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Midwest Airlines to launch Omaha - Los Angeles non-stop flight

BY OUR AVIATION CORRESPONDENT

February 26, 2007:

On May 1, 2007, Midwest Airlines will launch the Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Neb. and Los Angeles International Airport non-stop flights, thus making it the first to offer non-stop service in the market as of today. Midwest Airlines announced the launch of its new Omaha - Los Angeles flights in a company press release.

Midwest Airlines has an aggressive route expansion plan to be adopted in 2007 and the airline hopes to have an additional 20% capacity in 2007. The launch of many new routes is on the cards, it is said.

Midwest Airlines is all set to launch at least six new destinations and the strategy is expected to go throughout the year.

The Midwest flights will depart from Ohama in the morning and will depart from Los Angeles in the evening. The biggest advantage of this schedule is for the corporate customers, who can fly to Los Angeles in the morning , and after their work is done, they could fly back to Omaha in the evenings.

Midwest will operate a Boeing 717 jet aircraft for the operation of the Omaha - Los Angeles route and will operate under the Midwest Airlines Signature Service scheme, which inturn means more comfort and more space. The airline offers you the best experience in the skies with DigEplayer portable inflight entertainment systems and newly designed Recaro seats with adjustable headrests and footrests.

Scott R. Dickson, senior vice president and chief marketing officer, said, "Omaha is an important city in our network, and we're happy to offer the community nonstop service on a route that is sure to be very popular. It's always a pleasure to provide customers another way to enjoy 'The best care in the air.'"

Midwest Airlines also operate flights from Omaha to both Milwaukee and Washington, D.C. Reagan National. Tickets can be purchased thorugh the website.

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