Midwest builds on domestic network

Midwest Airlines has announced continued route expansion as part of its 2007
strategic growth plan with the launch of service to Seattle/Tacoma
International Airport—the 49th destination in the airline’s nationwide
network.The daily service, starting April 1, will be offered nonstop from
Kansas City, with easy connections via Kansas City to and from Milwaukee
and other cities.
  The nonstop flights will operate as Midwest Airlines Signature Service,
which provides travelers additional comfort and space. Midwest’s new Boeing
717 jet aircraft feature two-by-two leather seating, extra legroom, and
newly designed Recaro seats with adjustable headrests and footrests.
Onboard service includes complimentary soft drinks, packaged snacks and
baked-onboard chocolate chip cookies, with the airline’s buy-onboard Best
Care Cuisine available for purchase. DigEplayer portable inflight
entertainment systems are offered for rent on longer flights.
  “We’re committed to providing a superior, competitively priced product,
great customer service, and convenient schedules to the cities travelers
want to visit,” said Scott R. Dickson, senior vice president and chief
marketing officer. “Our customers have been requesting Seattle/Tacoma
service and we are delighted to respond.”