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Big Sky Airlines to Begin New Service

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CALGARY – Big Sky Transportation Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of MAIR Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ-MAIR) today announced plans to begin service between Calgary, Alberta and Spokane, Washington, Kalispell/Whitefish/Columbia Falls, Montana (GPI) and Boise, Idaho on October 5, 2005. The service will utilize Big Sky Airlines’ 19-seat Beechcraft 1900D aircraft.

Big Sky will offer two daily flights from Calgary to both Spokane and GPI, each of which will receive a non-stop and a one-stop flight. A daily flight will be offered from Calgary to Boise.

The one-way EASYFARE, subject to government approval, between Calgary and Spokane will be $250, between Calgary and GPI will be $225 and between Calgary and Boise $300 (Canadian currency) one way, plus taxes, security and airport fees. There are no restrictions associated with these fares, no round-trip purchase requirements and no minimum stay.

Fred deLeeuw, Big Sky Airlines President said, “We are excited to expand our service internationally into Calgary and to be a part of this outstanding community. We are looking forward to meeting the travel needs of Calgarians by offering service to Spokane, GPI and Boise.”

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