June 2003

Low Fares and Legroom Lure Leisure Travelers to Midwest Airlines

New one-way fares begin at $92 to Orlando – starting August 1


You asked for it! In response to customer demands, Midwest Airlines – known among business travelers for its convenient nonstop flights, spacious seating, and don’t forget the freshly baked chocolate chip cookies – will now offer low-fare service to leisure destinations. The Midwest Airlines Saver Service will feature nonstop flights from Milwaukee to five popular destinations: Denver, beginning August 1; Orlando, August 8; Las Vegas, August 15; Phoenix, August 22; and Los Angeles, September 12.


Like Midwest Airlines Signature Service, the airline’s traditional premium business service, the new Saver Service will feature complimentary beverages, packaged snacks and baked-onboard chocolate chip cookies, with buy-onboard meals available for purchase. Additionally, you will continue to earn and be able to redeem mileage in the Midwest Miles program. 


One-way fares begin at $92 to Orlando with no round-trip purchase required. New low-fare leisure services begin in August. Book your trip now by visiting midwestairlines.com. 

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