Midwest airlines to ground 12 MD-80 planes

06/24/2008 | Air Transport World

Midwest Airlines says it will take its 12 MD-80 jets out of service in the fall as the company undergoes a restructuring. The jets, used mainly for flights to major West Coast cities, are considered fuel-inefficient, but analysts say the decision leaves the airline with little long-haul capacity to access the West from Milwaukee.

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