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Fly with Midwest Airlines

The airline had been operating under the name of Midwest Airline for a long time and it was in 2010 that it merged with Frontier Airlines. It had its headquarters in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. The airline focused on comfort, flexibility, cost efficiency etc.

The airline had its hub in General Mitchell International Airline. It had flights to several destinations. Midwest Airlines flights go to the following destinations:

  • Atlanta
  • Boston
  • Columbus
  • Denver
  • Dallas
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Fort Myers
  • Kansas City
  • Los Angeles
  • Milwaukee
  • Minneapolis
  • New Orleans
  • Newark
  • New York City
  • Newark
  • Omaha
  • Orlando
  • Philadelphia
  • Phoneix
  • Pittsburg
  • Raeigh
  • San Francisco
  • Seattle
  • Washington DC

The airline had won several awards it was operational .It operated with a fleet of Airbus A319, Embraer 190 and Embraer 170 aircrafts.

Midwest Airlines Fare structure and Midwest Airlines flight amenities
The airline, while it operated its flights ensured that passengers got the best services and facilities. Passengers had the option to choose their seating arrangement from two options. They could buy Midwest Airlines flight tickets for signature seats and saver seats. On the aircraft Boeing 717, passengers could make Midwest airlines flight booking for Signature sets. These 40 available seats were divided in to a 2×2 configuration. The pitch space offered was of 36 ‘’.

Passengers were Midwest airlines tickets for saver seats got a two by three seating configuration. The airline had later changed in to one class service, where all the passengers got leather seats and complimentary cookies.

The airline was famous for its cookies, which had been highlighted in its advertisements as well. Passengers were given free non- alcoholic beverages and cookies were also served free of cost. Passengers also had the option of buying food on board.

Midwest Airlines Baggage
Passengers who had made Midwest Airlines bookings in or after September 2008 could carry one hand bag, if it could fit in the over- head cabin or under the seat. They could not carry any checked in baggage free of cost. They had to pay according to the number of pieces. Passengers who had booked tickets in May, the same year could carry one piece as checked in luggage, weighing 23kg.

Midwest Airlines Rewards
While the airline was functional, it ensured that all its loyal passengers felt rewarded. The airline took special care of its regular passengers, which is they had designed a frequent flyer program. The Airline’s frequent flyer program was called Midwest Miles. Passengers could earn miles by flying with the airlines. These miles could be redeemed for several bonuses and rewards. The airline had provisions by which its miles could be redeemed in the Delta Airlines Sky miles program .This gave several added advantages to passengers. The airline ensured that its frequent flyers got several deals, offers, Midwest Airlines flight deals, offers, packages etc.