As of July 1, Midwest Airlines will begin nonstop service from Kansas City to Madison, Wisconsin. These round-trip flights will operate twice daily, and three times on weekends. Nonstop service to Colorado Springs, Colorado will also begin July 1, with three round-trip weekday flights and four on weekends.

Also on July 1, Midwest will increase flights between Kansas City and Pittsburgh by one additional non-stop round-trip, bringing the total to two. And between Kansas City and San Antonio, flights will increase from two to three nonstop round-trips. This makes Midwest the second largest airline in all of Kansas City, so congratulations to you, Midwest Airlines.

Oh, and if you’re against that hostile takeover of Midwest by Airtran, be sure to stop by the
Save The Cookie site and sign the petition! If nothing else, do so for the sake of choice, which
you know, helps keep fares low.

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