ATA Airlines said yesterday that it will discontinue service at Chicago Midway, where it has operated since 1992. On April 14 it will cease its flights to Oakland and Dallas/Fort Worth and on June 7 it will end service to Cancun and Guadalajara. Chief Commercial and Planning Officer Rob Binns said, "This was a difficult decision, but the high cost of fuel has made it economically unfeasible to continue our low-fare service at Midway." He added that aircraft used on the routes will be ...

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