Midwest Airlines signed a deal with SkyWest Airlines to operate up to 25 50-seat CRJs in a move that would expand operations and open new markets. The agreement calls for SkyWest to operate 15-25 aircraft over a five-year period, with the first 15 delivered between April and October 2007. The delivery schedule for additional aircraft has yet to be determined. Over the past several weeks, Midwest has been trying to stave off the unwanted advances of AirTran Airways, which is trying to buy the ...

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