Midwest Airlines Adds Florida Service

Midwest Airlines will increase nonstop service between Milwaukee, WI, and popular Florida destinations and will also increase frequencies on peak-season routes. The airline will offer new daily nonstop service between Milwaukee and Fort Myers, FL starting Oct. 14 and continuing through April 30, 2007. Additionally, the airline will begin nonstop service between Milwaukee and Fort Lauderdale, FL on Oct. 1; that service currently operates via Kansas City. Midwest will also add second daily nonstop roundtrips during peak travel periods to Fort Myers, Fort Lauderdale and Tampa starting Nov. 16 and continuing through April 30, 2007. Flights between Milwaukee and Florida are operated as Midwest Airlines Saver Service, which features nonstop service and low fares. Visit [www.midwestairlines.com].

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