Midwest Airlines was an American carrier and working from Wisconsin. In 2010 Midwest Airlines and Frontier Airlines declared a merger with the Midwest brand vanishing in late 2011.


Midwest Airlines traveled to numerous goals including Phoenix, Denver, Orlando, Tampa, Logan, Hartsfield, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.


The carrier’s armada at the hour of the merger comprised of Airbus A319 and Embraer 170 and Embraer 190. In mid 2010, parent organization Republic Airways Holdings reported that its Frontier and Midwest Airlines brands would converge by October 2011. On April 13, Republic reported that the Frontier Airlines name would be kept.

Midwest Airlines Frequent Flyer Program

Midwest Airlines’ regular customer program was called Midwest Miles.

It kept up one air terminal parlor, the Best Care Club at its Milwaukee center in the D Concourse, until its conclusion on May 31, 2012.

While Midwest was not an individual from any aircraft collision, Midwest Miles were redeemable in the Delta Air Lines SkyMiles program, and the other way around. Starting at 2006, Northwest course maps demonstrated Midwest as an accomplice aircraft and Northwest hauled its non-center point flights out of Milwaukee.