Airline Increases Frequency Between Milwaukee and Dallas/Ft. Worth,Los Angeles, Newark and Phoenix
MILWAUKEE — Midwest Airlines (Amex: MEH) announced schedule enhancements on four popular routes as part of its 2007 strategic plan. The airline is adding the following flights:
— A second nonstop roundtrip to its Milwaukee-Los Angeles schedule effective November 1.
— A third nonstop roundtrip to its Milwaukee-Phoenix schedule effective November 15.
— A fifth nonstop roundtrip to its Milwaukee-Dallas/Ft. Worth schedule effective November 18.
— A fifth nonstop roundtrip to its Milwaukee-Newark schedule effective December 1.
Service to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Los Angeles and Phoenix is operated by Midwest Airlines. Service to Newark is provided on Midwest Connect 50-seat regional jets.
„At Midwest, we have always listened to our customers and we are pleased to be able to offer both our business and leisure passengers a wider choice of travel options on these popular routes,“ said Scott R. Dickson, senior vice president and chief marketing officer. „The added flights we are announcing today are intended to meet heavy demand during key flying periods.“
The added service is the next step in the continuing roll-out of Midwest’s comprehensive 2007 strategic plan, which includes new destinations, route additions, frequency increases and aircraft upgrades.
Tickets may be purchased at midwestairlines.com. Schedules, including a downloadable timetable, and fares are also available on the Web site.
Readers of Travel+Leisure named Midwest Airlines „Best Domestic Airline“ in the magazine’s 2007 World’s Best Awards competition. The airline features jet service throughout the United States, including Milwaukee’s most daily nonstop flights and best schedule to major destinations. Catering to business travelers and discerning leisure travelers, the airline earned its reputation as „The best care in the air“ by providing passengers with impeccable service and onboard amenities at competitive fares. Both Skyway Airlines, Inc. — a wholly owned subsidiary of Midwest Airlines — and SkyWest Airlines, Inc. operate as Midwest Connect and offer service to and connections through Midwest Airlines‘ hubs. Together, the airlines offer service to 52 cities. More information is available at www.midwestairlines.com.