Midwest Adds Frequencies, Adjusts Times

Midwest Airlines is increasing flight frequencies and times in three Milwaukee markets, effective April 2. Atlanta service will increase to three roundtrips every weekday, New York-LGA will increase to five roundtrips each weekday and Philadelphia will increase to four roundtrips each weekday. All these flights will operate as Midwest Airlines Signature Service on new Boeing 717 jet aircraft with two-by-two wide leather seats, extra legroom, and adjustable headrests and footrests. The airline's trademark baked-onboard chocolate chip cookies are offered on most flights, along with buy-onboard meals. Milwaukee-Newark will also have a different flight time.

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