Midwest Airlines announced that Skyway Airlines, which provides regional lift as Midwest Connect, will cease flying this spring, resulting in 380 layoffs, as operations are transferred to SkyWest Airlines under terms of a five-year agreement that took effect last April (ATWOnline, April 3, 2007). The latter will use 50-seat CRJ200s as opposed to the 32-seat Fairchild-Dornier 328s used by Skyway, and frequencies will decline in Skyway markets. SkyWest will take over flying in March and April ...

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