Southwest Airlines announced yesterday that it will start service in November or December at Milwaukee, a market targeted for growth this year by rival AirTran Airways. Wisconsin's largest city is the fourth new destination SWA will add this year despite not growing capacity or its fleet. The LCC said it will "offer multiple destinations" from MKE. Speaking yesterday at the annual shareholders meeting, available via webcast, Chairman and CEO Gary Kelly said operating at MKE will "help us ...

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