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Sat, Mar 22, 2014

Mesa Air Group Adds To Senior Leadership Team

Names VP Of Business Development, Director Of Corporate Communications

John Selvaggio has joined Mesa Air Group's senior leadership team as Vice President of Business Development and Resource Planning. With more than 35 years of airline experience with American Airlines/AMR, US Airways and Delta Air Lines, Selvaggio will help steer Mesa’s long-term growth and resource pipeline strategy.

“I’m delighted John has joined our team and will focus on fostering new relationships aimed at enlarging Mesa’s footprint and ensuring the continuous flow of critical resources to bolster our plans for growth,” said CEO Jonathan Ornstein.

Selvaggio’s significant career milestones include serving as Assistant Vice President of Strategic Planning for American Airlines, President, CEO and COO of post-bankruptcy Midway Airlines and Vice President of US Airways Express for US Airways, Inc.

He also served as Senior Vice President – Airport Customer Service for Delta Air Lines and President, CEO and COO of Delta’s innovative high-touch/low-cost subsidiary, Song Airlines. From 2007 to 2009, he served as President and CEO of Delta-owned Comair.

Selvaggio earned a bachelor of science degree in Accounting from Fordham University and has served as a director for professional organizations including the Regional Airline Association.

Marcia Scott, joining Mesa as Director of Corporate Communications, brings nearly 20 years of in-house corporate communications, public relations agency and PR consulting experience. Since 2008, Scott served as Public Relations Account Supervisor at The Lavidge Company in Phoenix. Her previous positions include Vice President of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations for Atlanta-based PGi, Inc. and Director of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations for both ValuJet Airlines and AirTran Airways.

Scott’s experience includes local, national and international media relations, investor relations, employee communications, crisis management, public affairs and community relations. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism-Public Relations from The University of Florida.

FMI: www.mesa-air.com

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