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Airstream International Group was mandated by 328 Jets to remarket nine former Skyway Airlines Do-328s.
The operation of all Midwest Connect flights from Skyway Airlines to SkyWest Airlines are to be transitioned by Midwest Airlines (AMEX: MEH) under the terms of an agreement with the carrier to operate 50-seat Canadair regional jets for Midwest Connect.
A further 20 firm and 20 option Embraer aircraft will expand and eventually replace some of the US group's Skyway Airlines' Beech 1900D aircraft.
The Capital Brewery of Madison, WI, reports that its brands are now flying aboard Skyway Airlines, a subsidiary of Midwest Express.
The carrier eliminated 380 jobs earlier this month from its regional subsidiary Skyway Airlines after much of that flying was contracted to SkyWest Airlines.
The Certificate of Excellence Diamond Award in the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Aviation Maintenance Technician awards programme, which recognises the training of maintenance technicians, has been awarded to Milwaukee-based Skyway Airlines Inc, which operates as Midwest Connect and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Midwest Airlines (Amex:MEH).
Midwest Airlines will cut about 380 jobs from its subsidiary Skyway Airlines as it moves to outsource all of its regional flights, a growing segment of its business.
Midwest Air Group Inc (Amex: MEH) has reported first quarter results for its Midwest Airlines and Skyway Airlines operations.
Skyway Airlines, the Midwest Airlines subsidiary, plans to upgrade to 328JETs from turboprops on three Midwest Connect routes out of Milwaukee in November.
Smaller gains were reported for Floridagulf/Mesa (9,825 this year, 9,019 in 2000), Continental Express (14,314 this year, 14,108 last year) and Skyway Airlines (752 this year, none last year).
Skyway Airlines, a subsidiary of Milwaukee-based Midwest, had been operating the regional flights on 32-seat planes.
Midwest Air Group Inc (Amex: MEH) has reported fourth quarter and full-year results for its Midwest Airlines and Skyway Airlines operations.