December 2004

Northwest Decks the Skies, Adds Nonstops to Pittsburgh, Toronto
Unwrap 1,000 WorldPerks miles just for trying new service

In yet another flight-schedule expansion at Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport, Northwest Airlines is adding two new nonstops to Pittsburgh and two more nonstops to Toronto. The new service will begin Feb. 22, 2005, and will operate either daily or six days per week.

Bonus Frequent Flyer Miles

In celebration of its new service, Northwest is offering 1,000 WorldPerks frequent flyer program bonus miles for flying on the airline’s new Milwaukee-Pittsburgh or Milwaukee-Toronto nonstops. The bonus miles are being rewarded for flying roundtrip on a paid ticket on either or both of the two new routes between Feb. 22 and April 30, 2005. Registration is required prior to travel, but no later than April 30, 2005.

Added Bonus

Customers currently holding tickets on connecting itineraries to Pittsburgh or Toronto will be able to change to Northwest’s new nonstop service without paying an administrative change fee by contacting Northwest or their travel agent by Dec. 31, 2004.

With the four added flights, Northwest’s Milwaukee schedule will include up to 36 flights a day with service to 16 nonstop destinations, up from 16 flights a day to three nonstop destinations in June 2003. Here's a recap:

Current service
Baltimore (two flights)
Boston (two flights)
Detroit (seven flights)
Kansas City (one flight)
Las Vegas (one flight, second seasonal flight begins Feb. 16)
Los Angeles (one flight)
Memphis (three flights)
Minneapolis/St. Paul (seven flights)
Orlando, Fla. (one flight)
New York (two flights)
St. Louis (one flight)
Washington (two flights)

On Dec. 15, 2004, Northwest will add nonstop service to:
Ft. Myers (one daily seasonal flight)
Phoenix (one daily seasonal flight)

On Feb. 22, 2005, Northwest will add nonstop service to:
Pittsburgh (two flights)
Toronto (two flights)

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