Midwest Airlines to Launch New Nonstop Service From Kansas City to Colorado Springs and Madison July 1

KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Midwest Airlines (AMEX:MEH) today announced the launch of additional 50-seat Midwest Connect regional jet service, including new nonstop service to two cities from Kansas City and frequency increases in two existing markets.

On July 1, Midwest will launch nonstop service to two cities that are not currently served nonstop from Kansas City:

  —  Kansas City-Colorado Springs, Colo., three roundtrips each weekday and
a total of four on weekends.
— Kansas City-Madison, Wis., two roundtrips each weekday and a total of
three on weekends. The new service is in addition to connecting
Madison-Kansas City service already offered by Midwest via Milwaukee.

Convenient connections will be available in Kansas City to and from cities on the airline’s nationwide network.

Additionally on July 1, the airline will add daily flight frequency on two existing Midwest routes and retime service in both markets to accommodate the added frequency:

  —  Kansas City-Pittsburgh, increasing from 1 to 2 nonstop roundtrip
— Kansas City-San Antonio, increasing from 2 to 3 nonstop roundtrip

The announcement is the next step in the continuing roll-out of Midwest’s comprehensive 2007 strategic plan, which includes the addition of up to six new destinations and as many as 12 new routes. The airline’s new 50-seat regional jet program features CRJ-200 Canadair regional jets outfitted with Midwest’s brown leather seats and offering the airline’s popular buy-onboard Best Care Cuisine meals and baked-onboard chocolate chip cookies.

“Midwest Airlines is delighted to continue to implement its 2007 expansion plan in Kansas City,” said Scott R. Dickson, Midwest Airlines senior vice president and chief marketing officer.

“Colorado Springs and Madison not only have great business synergies with Kansas City, they also offer access to incredible recreational areas in Colorado and Wisconsin.” He added that both the Pittsburgh and San Antonio routes have clearly demonstrated the potential to support additional daily flights.

With the added service announced today, Midwest Airlines will offer 44 nonstop flights each weekday from its Kansas City hub to 18 destinations nationwide. The airline has steadily expanded its Kansas City service in recent years, resulting in significant gains in passenger market share; Midwest is now the second largest airline in Kansas City.

Tickets for the new service may be purchased at http://www.midwestairlines.com/. Schedules, including a downloadable timetable, and fares are also available on the Web site.

       Nonstop Midwest Connect Kansas City-Colorado Springs Service
Beginning July 1, 2007

Kansas City to Colorado Springs Colorado Springs to Kansas City
Depart Arrive Frequency Depart Arrive Frequency
09:10 a.m. 09:55 a.m. Except Sunday 06:00 a.m. 08:40 a.m. Except Sunday
04:50 p.m. 05:35 p.m. Daily 10:25 a.m. 01:05 p.m. Daily
08:20 p.m. 09:05 p.m. Except Saturday 06:05 p.m. 08:45 p.m. Except

Nonstop Midwest Connect Kansas City-Madison Service
Beginning July 1, 2007

Kansas City to Madison Madison to Kansas City
Depart Arrive Frequency Depart Arrive Frequency
01:25 p.m. 02:35 p.m. Daily 06:55 a.m. 08:10 a.m. Except Sunday
09:15 p.m. 10:25 p.m. Except Saturday 03:05 p.m. 04:20 p.m. Daily

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. Both Skyway Airlines, Inc. — a wholly owned subsidiary of Midwest Airlines — and SkyWest Airlines operate as Midwest Connect and offer service to and connections through Midwest Airlines’ hubs. Together, the airlines offer service to 51 cities. More information is available at http://www.midwestairlines.com/.

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