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Book a Bargain with Midwest Airlines’ Fall Fare Sale

Dépèche transmise le 8 septembre 2009 par Business Wire

MILWAUKEE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Midwest Airlines is offering bargain fares for travel Sept. 22, 2009 through Feb. 10, 2010. Purchase Tuesday, Sept. 8 through midnight, Central time, Friday, Sept. 18 and at least 14 days in advance of travel.

Sale fares are available to and from the airline’s hubs in Milwaukee and Kansas City, with easy connections to cities throughout the United States. For flight information and reservations, visit midwestairlines.com, call the Midwest Airlines Contact Center at 800-452-2022 (in Milwaukee, 414-570-7000), or contact a travel consultant.

Travel at these fares Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday; slightly higher fares apply to travel on other days. A minimum three-night stay may be required. Travel is not permitted Nov. 25-Dec. 1, 2009, Dec. 23-27, 2009 and Jan. 2-5, 2010.

Fares, which are each way based on roundtrip purchase, start at:

Milwaukee to:

                   
Atlanta – $74     Des Moines – $79     Louisville – $79     Philadelphia – $99
Boston – $64 Flint – $79

Minneapolis/St. Paul – $39

Phoenix – $119
Cleveland – $79 Grand Rapids – $79

Nashville – $79

Pittsburgh – $49
Columbus – $79 Indianapolis – $49

New York La Guardia – $59

San Francisco – $119
Dallas/Ft. Worth – $99 Kansas City – $79

New York Newark – $99

Seattle/Tacoma – $89
Dayton – $79 Las Vegas – $124

Omaha – $99

Tampa – $79
Denver – $79     Los Angeles – $99    

Orlando – $79

    Washington, D.C. – $69
 

Kansas City to:

                   
Appleton – $84     Green Bay – $84    

Minneapolis/St. Paul – $99

    Seattle/Tacoma – $99
Atlanta – $64 Los Angeles – $99

New York La Guardia – $109

Washington, D.C. – $99
Boston – $79 Louisville – $69

New York Newark – $99

Flint – $94 Madison – $84

Philadelphia – $84

Grand Rapids – $99     Milwaukee – $79    

San Francisco – $99

     
 

Omaha to:

                   
Appleton – $99     Dayton – $119     Madison – $99     Philadelphia – $129
Atlanta – $129 Flint – $119 Milwaukee – $99 Pittsburgh – $129
Boston – $129 Grand Rapids – $119 Minneapolis/St. Paul – $99

Washington, D.C. – $129

Cleveland – $119 Green Bay – $99 Nashville – $99

 

Columbus – $99 Indianapolis – $99 New York La Guardia – $129
Dallas/Ft. Worth – $129     Louisville – $99     New York Newark – $129      
 

Terms and Conditions: Fares are each way based on roundtrip purchase. Tickets must be purchased at least 14 days in advance and by midnight, Central time, September 18, 2009, for travel September 22, 2009 through February 10, 2010. Travel at these fares is not permitted November 25 through December 1, 2009, December 23 through December 27, 2009 and January 2 through January 5, 2010. Travel at these fares is valid on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday; slightly higher fares apply for travel on other days. A minimum three-night stay may be required. Seats are limited and may not be available when you purchase. Tickets are nonrefundable. Voluntary reservation changes incur a $100 service charge, as well as a possible fare increase to a non-promotional fare type. Fares shown reflect purchase at midwestairlines.com. A $25 fee per ticket will be assessed for tickets purchased through the Midwest Airlines Reservations Contact Center. A $30 fee per ticket will be assessed for tickets purchased at Midwest Airlines ticket counters or the Best Care Club. Fares do not include $3-18 per passenger airport fee required at some airports, $3.60 per segment fee per passenger, and the “September 11th Security Fee” of $5-10 per passenger. For travel through September 30, 2009, a $15 fee will be charged each way for the first piece of checked baggage and a $25 fee will be charged each way for the second piece of checked baggage. For travel beginning October 1, 2009, a $20 fee will be charged each way for the first piece of checked baggage and a $30 fee will be charged each way for the second piece of checked baggage. Some flights operated by Republic Airlines, Chautauqua Airlines or SkyWest Airlines, d/b/a Midwest Connect. Other conditions apply.

Passengers can now book travel on Midwest’s newest routes – offering service to Aspen, Colorado Springs and Durango, Colo.; Billings and Bozeman, Mont.; Albuquerque, N.M.; and Rapid City, S.D. – via a codeshare arrangement with Frontier Airlines.

Sample fares are each way and require an advance purchase of up to 21 days. Travel at these fares is valid on select days of the week; slightly higher fares apply for travel on other days.

Milwaukee to:

             
Albuquerque – $84     Bozeman – $179     Rapid City – $174
Aspen – $144 Colorado Springs – $118
Billings – $99     Durango – $94      
 

Terms and Conditions: Fares are each way and require an advance purchase of up to 21 days. Travel at these fares is valid on select days of the week; slightly higher fares apply for travel on other days. Seats are limited and may not be available when you purchase. Tickets are nonrefundable. Voluntary reservation changes incur a $100 service charge, as well as a possible fare increase to a non-promotional fare type. Fares shown reflect purchase at midwestairlines.com. A $25 fee per ticket will be assessed for tickets purchased through the Midwest Airlines Reservations Contact Center. A $30 fee per ticket will be assessed for tickets purchased at Midwest Airlines ticket counters or the Best Care Club. Fares do not include $3-18 per passenger airport fee required at some airports, $3.60 per segment fee per passenger, and the “September 11th Security Fee” of $5-10 per passenger. For travel through September 30, 2009, a $15 fee will be charged each way for the first piece of checked baggage and a $25 fee will be charged each way for the second piece of checked baggage. For travel beginning October 1, 2009, a $20 fee will be charged each way for the first piece of checked baggage and a $30 fee will be charged each way for the second piece of checked baggage. Flights operated by Republic Airlines d/b/a Midwest Connect or Frontier Airlines (including flights operated by Lynx Aviation). Other conditions apply.

Midwest Airlines features jet service throughout the United States, including Milwaukee’s most daily nonstop flights and best schedule to major destinations. Catering to business travelers and discerning leisure travelers, the airline earned its reputation as “The best care in the air” by providing passengers with impeccable service and onboard amenities at competitive fares. The airline currently operates 218 daily flights to 33 cities and employs 1,600 aviation professionals. Midwest Airlines is a wholly owned subsidiary of Indianapolis-based Republic Airways. More information is available at midwestairlines.com and rjet.com.

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