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November 12, 2009

Midwest Expands to San Francisco and Raleigh/Durham

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Written by: Mark Hsiung
Photo by Mark Hsiung

Photo by Mark Hsiung

Midwest Airlines has announced new routes to Raleigh/Durham, NC and San Francisco, CA.  Service to Raleigh/Durham begins on April 1, 2010 and service to San Francisco begins on April 19, 2010.

Midwest is celebrating the launch by offering $89 and $96 one-way tickets on the Raleigh/Durham and San Francisco routes, respectively.  Flights to and from San Francisco will be operated on the 136-seat Airbus A319.  Flights to and from Raleigh/Durham will be operated on the 76-seat Embraer E170.

Of course, both routes will offer Midwest’s signature complimentary freshly baked-onboard chocolate chip cookies.

Route

Depart-Arrive (Local Times)

Frequency

Milwaukee – San Francisco

08:40 – 11:05

Daily

San Francisco – Milwaukee

11:50 – 17:50

Daily

Milwaukee – Raleigh/Durham

7:30 – 10:25

Mon. – Sat.

Milwaukee – Raleigh/Durham

16:05 – 19:00

Daily

Raleigh/Durham – Milwaukee

19:30 – 20:40

Mon. – Sat.

Raleigh/Durham – Milwaukee

10:55 – 12:05

Daily



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