Midwest Expanding Codeshare with Frontier

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Old Dec 8, 09, 10:25 am
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Midwest Expanding Codeshare with Frontier

Midwest Airlines is expanding its existing codeshare program with Frontier Airlines to include every city on both the Midwest and Frontier route networks. With expansion, travelers will soon have the ability to book their flights on a single ticket to 63 total Midwest and Frontier destinations.

http://www.midwestairlines.com/About...Codeshare.aspx
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Old Dec 10, 09, 1:25 pm
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Updated route map now posted. It's combined with the Frontier map.

http://www.midwestairlines.com/PlanA.../RouteMap.aspx

Pretty impressive coverage coast-to-coast.
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Old Dec 10, 09, 8:30 pm
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Likely in support of the increased connectivity on both ends, a few changes to MKE-DEN

(a) E170's upgraded to E190's

(b) Retimed flights to offer somewhat better coverage through the day. Today two westbound flights operate 1:10 apart, and two eastbound flights operated only 0:35 apart. The new schedule is generally more spread apart.

(c) First DEN-MKE flight moved to 6:40am from 9:30am, so AirTran's 8:00am DEN-MKE is no longer the first flight of the day

(d) More connections at MKE to places like Philadelphia, Cleveland and New York. Some additional connections to Denver's banks, too.
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Old Dec 12, 09, 8:16 pm
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The map shows nonstop flights between SFO and MKE but there are currently none in the schedule. Anyone know if this is planned for the future?
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Originally Posted by JerryFF View Post
The map shows nonstop flights between SFO and MKE but there are currently none in the schedule. Anyone know if this is planned for the future?
April...the 19th if I recall correctly.
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Old Dec 12, 09, 10:23 pm
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Originally Posted by JerryFF View Post
The map shows nonstop flights between SFO and MKE but there are currently none in the schedule. Anyone know if this is planned for the future?
I believe it's seasonal on Midwest during the spring/summer only.

AirTran is offering a single daily non-stop MKE-SFO on a year-round basis (currently at least). You can earn mileage credit on either AirTran on Frontier by taking that flight.
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Old Dec 13, 09, 3:23 pm
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Originally Posted by newsmanhoss View Post
I believe it's seasonal on Midwest during the spring/summer only.
I dont think it is seasonal...here is the link to thread that was started when SFO and RDU from MKE were announced.

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/midwe...-nonstops.html
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Old Dec 13, 09, 9:34 pm
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Originally Posted by blucys View Post
I dont think it is seasonal...here is the link to thread that was started when SFO and RDU from MKE were announced.

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/midwe...-nonstops.html
Yes, you're right. I stand corrected. It was seasonal when the "old" Midwest operated it with the MD-80s. I need to get with the times
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Originally Posted by newsmanhoss View Post
Updated route map now posted. It's combined with the Frontier map.

http://www.midwestairlines.com/PlanA.../RouteMap.aspx

Pretty impressive coverage coast-to-coast.
Has anyone else spoken with a YX CSR who has stated that YX and F9 are merging?
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Old Dec 17, 09, 2:22 pm
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Originally Posted by mke9499 View Post
Has anyone else spoken with a YX CSR who has stated that YX and F9 are merging?
My response got quickly buried in other posts.

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/12920457-post24.html
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