Midwest Airlines

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Midwest Airlines' unique combination of personal attention, professional customer care and comfort provides passengers an unparalleled travel experience.


Midwest Airlines grew out of Kimberly-Clark Corporation’s internal transportation service for executives. It formed K-C Aviation in 1969, providing aviation services to other companies and specializing in the meticulous customization of corporate aircraft. In 1984, K-C Aviation and Kimberly-Clark launched Midwest Express Airlines, which became a publicly traded company in 1995. In 2003, the carrier simplified its name to Midwest Airlines. TPG Capital purchased the airline in 2008, returning it to being a privately held entity.

Midwest Airlines features nonstop jet service to major destinations throughout the United States. Midwest Connect offers connections to Midwest Airlines flights, as well as point-to-point service between select markets on regional jet aircraft.

Midwest Airlines is different. Wide leather seats, superior service, chocolate chip cookies baked onboard and competitive fares have helped them earn their reputation as "The best care in the air". Add their Midwest Connect regional service and there's something for both business and leisure travelers alike.

Midwest Airlines is headquartered in Milwaukee, where its major base of operations is General Mitchell International Airport.

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Location

Midwest Airlines
6744 South Howell Avenue
Oak Creek, WI 53154
United States

Telephone: 
414-570-4000

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