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Two Midwest Airlines Boeing 717s, N902ME and sister ship N904ME, taxiing to their gates at LaGuardia Airport. (Photo by Ron Peel)
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Pan Am Orders 25 Boeing 747s, Apollo 13 Suffers ‘A Problem’: April 13th in Aviation History

Posted April 13, 2012 by NYCAviation Staff

“Houston, we have a problem.” Also, Republic Airways says it will dump the Midwest brand in favor of Frontier, Apollo an AeroUnion Airbus A300 crashes in Mexico, the Bremen makes the first westbound transatlantic crossing, and more…

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Republic Airways May Dump Midwest and Frontier Airlines Brand Names

Posted March 2, 2010 by Mark Lawrence

Republic Airways’ spokesman Carlo Bertolini has announced their interest in “unifying” their brand through the elimination of Midwest and Frontier names.

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Week In Review

Week In Review

Posted November 6, 2009 by Phil Derner Jr.

A collection of this week’s aviation news and odd happenings, including an A380 delivery, passenger escaping from aircraft, Midwest’s last flight, an IL-76 crash, animals attacking airplanes, a man being denied first class upgrade, CO’s first Star Alliance aircraft and more.

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Midwest Airlines Boeing 717-2BL N902ME touches down on LaGuardia Airport Runway 31
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Midwest Airlines Out of Business as of Tonight

Posted November 2, 2009 by NYCA Admin

Along with bringing the end of Midwest’s Boeing 717 service, Monday marks Midwest Airlines’ final day of service as an independent carrier.

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