Midwest Airlines started on June 11, 1984, and has successfully executed a strategic plan for growth as well as development. Headquartered in Milwaukee, there are nearly 2,000 employees working for Midwest Airlines. Midwest Airlines has special equipment like its fleet including McDonnell Douglas MD-80 and Boeing 717 jet aircraft and also a maintenance facility located at 555 Air Cargo Way.
Midwest Airlines offers a wide range of services to its customers like
- Wide leather seats
- Superior service
- Chocolate chip cookies and many more.
They have also added a new dimension to their services by providing budget-conscious saver service, low fares, and extra-legroom for added comfort. It has its signature service on all other Midwest Airlines routes.
Midwest Airlines also provides services like non-stop jet service to major destinations throughout the nation and also offers services like connections to Midwest Airlines flights, as well as point-to-point service between select markets on regional jet and turboprop aircraft which has made it different from other airline service providers. According to many sites Midwest Air Group, the parent company of Midwest Airlines, is traded on the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) under the symbol MEH.
Midwest provides a different variety of seating configurations for different classes and according to some sources seating on signature flights is altered from the standard 2-by-3 coach seating to a roomier two-two configuration and the average distance between the seats is nearly 33-34 inches which may vary from other aircraft and it also provides adjustable footrests and head cushions. Its mission is to give full comfort, personal attention, and professional customer care which has made Midwest Airlines unique among all.