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Airlines

Name: MIDWAY AIRLINES
7JetSet7 Code: MID
Status: Currently Not Operational
Region: NORTH AMERICA
City: RALEIGH-DURHAM
Country: USA
Employees 200
Web: midwayair.com
Email: comments@midwayair.com
Telephone: +1 (919) 595-6003
Fax: +1 (919) 595-6480
Sita:
Background
(definitions)

STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1993. DOMESTIC AND REGIONAL, SCHEDULED, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
2801 SLATER ROAD, SUITE # 200,
MORRISVILLE, NC 27560, USA

DECEMBER 1995: TO BOSTON, CHICAGO MIDWAY, FORT LAUDERDALE, HARTFORD - SPRINGFIELD, ISLIP, NEWBURG, NEWARD, NEW YORK LAGUARDIA, NEW YORK (JFK), ORLANDO, PHILADELPHIA, TAMPA, WASHINGTON NATIONAL, AND WEST PALM BEACH.

HQ IN MORRISVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA.

1 F 100 (TAY 650-15), EX-TRANSWEDE.

FEBRUARY 1996: RETURNED 4 A320'S (304; 315; 317; 338) (V2500) TO ORIX AVIATION SYSTEMS.

AUGUST 1996: FOUNDER OF PEOPLES EXPRESS & COO OF TEXAS INTERNATIONAL, MR BURR MOVES TO NEW YORK, TO TAKE "PEOPLES EXPRESS" NAME.

NOVEMBER 1996: RALEIGH/DURHAM TO TORONTO.

MAY 1997: JOHN SELVAGGIO, CEO, RESIGNS TO BECOME VP USA EXPRESS.

880 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 320 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).

JULY 1997: 1996 = -$4.50 MILLION (-$.12 MILLION) (NET LOSS).

SEPTEMBER 1997: RALEIGH - ATLANTA.

OCTOBER 1997: 10/20 ORDERS (NOVEMBER 1997) CRJ 200ER'S, $207 MILLION, INCLUDING PILOT (FC) & MECHANIC (MT) TRAINING + SPARES TO REPLACE F 100'S.

DECEMBER 1997: CRJ 50 PAX OPERATIONS RALEIGH/DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA - ORLANDO/ - BOSTON/ - PHILADELPHIA.

TO DISPOSE OF 1 A320, LEASED. 1ST DELIVERY OF 10 CRJ-200ER'S.

JANUARY 1998: 1997 = +$24.9 MILLION: 877.5 MILLION (RPM) PASSENGER TRAFFIC(-12%), -21% (ASM) CAPACITY, 63.2% LF (LOAD FACTOR) (+6.4), 1.664M PASSENGERS (PAX) (-4.5%), DUE TO SERVICE CUTS & RETIREMENT OF 4 AIRPLANES. 4TH QUARTER = +$2.6 MILLION (+$1.1 MILLION) (NET PROFIT).

FEBRUARY 1998: HARTFORD - TAMPA, NEWARK - FORT LAUDERDALE.

MARCH 1998: 2 CANADAIR RJ200'S (CF34-3B1) DELIVERIES.

APRIL 1998: 1,000 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 320 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).

(comments@midwayair.com).

NEWBURGH - ORLANDO. IN JUNE 1998, COLUMBUS NONSTOPS.

1ST 2 LEASED OF 10 CANADAIR BOMBARDIER CL-600-2B19 RJER'S (7209). WILL SUPPLEMENT MAIN FLEET OF F 100'S, TO ENABLE EXPANSION.

MAY 1998: CONVERTS OPTIONS ON 3 CANADAIR RJ-200ER'S, WORTH $63 MILLION (JANUARY 1999) TO TOTAL 13 ORDERS.

JUNE 1998: TO COLUMBUS, OHIO.

RJ-200 (CF34-3B1) DELIVERY.

SEPTEMBER 1998: EXERCISES OPTIONS OF 7 CRJ-200ER'S, @ $148 MILLION FOR TOTAL 20 ON ORDER (7/99). TO RETURN A320 IN JUNE 1999, OFF LEASE. 2 CANADAIR RJ-200 (CF34-3B1) DELIVERIES.

OCTOBER 1998: NON-STOPS TO INDIANAPOLIS.

1 RJ200 (CF34-3B1) DELIVERY. BY THE END OF 1998, WILL HAVE 20 CRJ'S, 50 PAX, & 8 F.100'S.

NOVEMBER 1998: 776 EMPLOYEES.

NOW HAS 7 CRJ'S, 50 PAX, AND EXERCISED OPTIONS FOR +7 FOR TOTAL 20, BY END OF 1999. PLANS TO RETURN 4 F 100'S & 1 A320 TO LESSOR, BEFORE JUNE 1999. RJ-200LR (7270) DELIVERY.

DECEMBER 1998: +3 CANADAIR RJ 200ER'S CONVERTS 3 OPTIONS FOR $64 MILLION (DECEMBER 1999). NOW OPERATES 9 OF 23 CRJ'S. 3 F 100'S (11321; 11323; 11329) SOLD TO GILL AIRWAYS FOR 1ST QUARTER DELIVERY. RJ-200LR (7277) DELIVERY.

JANUARY 1999: 1998 = +15.2% (RPM) TRAFFIC; +11.3% (ASM); 65.3% LF LOAD FACTOR (+2.2); 2.00 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+20.2%); 1.01 BILLION (RPM) TRAFFIC; +$15.0 MILLION (+$24.9 MILLION).

RJ-200ER (7289, N580ML) DELIVERY.

FEBRUARY 1999: NONSTOP TO NEW ORLEANS, USING 11TH CRJ.

MARCH 1999: A320-231 (373, N304ML), RETURNED TO KAWASAKI LEASING.

APRIL 1999: 869 EMPLOYEES (182 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 143 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 59 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

CANADAIR RJ200 (CF34-3B1) DELIVERY. CONVERTED 3 RJ OPTIONS TO ORDERS FOR 26 FIRM ORDERS OF WHICH, 12 HAVE BEEN DELIVERED. F 100 (11329, N130ML), RETURNED TO DEBIS AIRFINANCE (DEA).

MAY 1999: 776 EMPLOYEES.

RETIRED 2 F 100'S, 98 PAX. HAS 12 CRJ'S, & BY THE END OF 1999 WILL HAVE 20 CRJ'S & 8 F 100'S. F 100 (11330) RETURNED TO DEBIS AIRFINANCE (DEA).

JUNE 1999: ADDS NONSTOP TO MEMPHIS.

15/10 ORDERS (FEBRUARY 1999) 737-700'S. 2 ORDERS 737-700'S, (GECAS) (GEH) LEASED.

AUGUST 1999: NEXT MONTH, TO COLUMBUS, OHIO; JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA; & INDIANAPOLIS (4/DAY).

A320-200 (V2500) (373) RETURNED TO AFT TRUST, LEASED TO TRANSMERIDIAN (TAL).

SEPTEMBER 1999: TO 7 NEW CITIES: WASHINGTON, ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS, TAMPA, WEST PALM BEACH, NEW BERN, & WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

776 EMPLOYEES.

NONSTOP TO LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.

5 CRJ-200ER'S (7327; 7330; 7334; 7341; 7346), (GEH) LEASED. 2 737-76N'S (28613, N311ML; 30051, N312ML), (GEH) LEASED.

NOVEMBER 1999: 3RD QUARTER = +$229,000 (-90%) (+$4 MILLION), DUE TO INCREASE IN COMPETITION AT ITS RALEIGH-DURHAM HUB, HIGH FUEL COSTS, & FLIGHT CANCELLATIONS DUE TO HURRICANE FLOYD.

925 EMPLOYEES.

BID BY SHAREHOLDERS, JAMES GOODNIGHT, AND JOHN SALL (EXECUTIVES IN SAS INSTITUTE, WORLD'S LARGEST PRIVATELY HELD SOFTWARE COMPANY), TO BUY REMAINING 52.6%, BY 4.1 MILLION SHARES @ $8/SHARE.

DECEMBER 1999: 1 737-700 DELIVERY.

JANUARY 2000: 1999 = 1.03 BILLION (RPM) TRAFFIC (+2.3%), +1.4% (ASM) CAPACITY, 65.9% LF LOAD FACTOR (+.6), 2.06 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+3.4%).

TO WILMINGTON. IN FEBRUARY 2000, TO ROCHESTER.

2ND 737-700 DELIVERY, 128 PAX. CL-600-2B19 (7368).

FEBRUARY 2000: 4TH QUARTER = +$1.1 MILLION (-68%) (+$3.5 MILLION): +64% FUEL COSTS; MAINTENANCE COSTS = $4.76 MILLION (8.45% DIRECT OPERATING COST (DOC)). 1999 = +$9.4 MILLION (-38%).

STEVEN WESTBERG, EXECUTIVE VP AND GENERAL MANAGER.

MARCH 2000: 4 F 100'S (11444; 11445; 11475; 11477) LEASE TO BE TERMINATED IN MAY 2001. 2 CL-600-2B19'S (7376, N589ML; 7385, N590ML), DELIVERIES.

APRIL 2000: MILWAUKEE - SAN FRANCISCO (SFO). IN MAY 2000, TO BUFFALO. IN JUNE 2000, NEW YORK LAGUARDIA TO INDIANAPOLIS, AND DES MOINES.

925 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 182 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 143 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 59 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

MAY 2000: 1ST QUARTER = -$7.6 MILLION (+$4 MILLION) (HIGH FUEL COSTS, RECORD SNOW STORM THAT SHUT DOWN AIRLINE, NEW AIRPLANE TRAINING COSTS, & -$6 MILLION IN AIRPLANE RETIREMENT CHARGES): +30% (RPM) TRAFFIC, +24% (ASM) CAPACITY.

INTRODUCTION OF 1ST 2 737-700'S WENT "EXTREMELY SMOOTH." BY END OF 2000, WILL HAVE 5 737-700'S, 23 CRJ'S, AND 8 F 100'S.

JULY 2000: IN AUGUST 2000, TO NORFOLK, VIRGINIAA.

3 ORDERS (11/00) 737-700'S, LEASED. 23RD CRJ DELIVERY (7410, N592ML).

AUGUST 2000: NOW HAS FLEET OF 33 AIRPLANES, 37 BY END OF 2000, 46 BY END OF 2001. 1999 = +$9.36 MILLION (+$14.98 MILLION): 1.66 BILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC (+2.3%); 65.9% LF LOAD FACTOR; 2.06 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+3.4%); 1,303 EMPLOYEES (+40.9%).

ROBERT BEAUMONT, DIRECTOR TECHNICAL SERVICES.

(http://www.midwayair.com).

SEPTEMBER 2000: IN NOVEMBER 2000, TO SAN JOSE (737-700, 2/DAY).

3RD 737-7BX (30736, N361ML) DELIVERY.

OCTOBER 2000: 1,303 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 288 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 213 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), 105 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

GREG IVES, MANAGER FLEET PLANNING, REPLACES BENNY BENITEZ. SCOTT HALL, 737 PROGRAM MANAGER. KIM MERCER CRJ FLEET MANAGER.

IN DECEMBER 2000, TO PITTSBURGH.

1 737-7BX (30737, N362ML) DELIVERY. +2 ORDERS (JANUARY 2001) 737-76N'S, LEASED. 14 OPTIONS CRJ'S.

NOVEMBER 2000: TOM DUFFY FORMER VP MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING, PROMOTED TO SENIOR VP OPERATIONS. BOB BEAUMONT VP MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING.

737-76N (29893, N313ML), (GEF) LEASED.

DECEMBER 2000: IN FEBRUARY 2001, TO MIAMI NONSTOP.

JANUARY 2001: IN FEBRUARY 2001, TO DENVER NONSTOP (2/DAY).

4TH QUARTER = -$6.3 MILLION: DUE TO WEATHER AND MAINTENANCE RELATED CANCELLATIONS, COMPOUNDED BY PILOT SHORTAGE, AND RESTRAINED CAPACITY GROWTH (+$7.5 MILLION). 2000 = -$15.5 MILLION (+$9.4 MILLION): +77% FUEL COSTS: 1.48B (RPM) TRAFFIC (+43.7%), +36% (ASM) CAPACITY, 69.6% LF LOAD FACTOR (+3.7), 2.97 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+43.8%).

1 737-76Q (30271, N314ML), BOULLIOUN (BOU) LEASED, 1 737-7BX (30739, N364ML), AND 1 CL-600-2B19 (7465, N593ML) DELIVERIES.

FEBRUARY 2001: IN APRIL 2001, NONSTOP TO PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.

1 737-7BX (30740, N365ML) DELIVERY. F 100 (11444) RETURNED.

APRIL 2001: SERVES 32 DESTINATIONS IN 18 STATES. IN MAY 2001, TO BIRMINGHAM (3 NONSTOPS/DAY).

1 F 100 (11475) RETURNED.

MAY 2001: IN JUNE 2001, TO LOS ANGELES (LAX) (737-700). TO DAYTON. IN JULY 2001, TO WASHINGTON DULLES. INCREASES CAPACITY +30% (ASM) TO FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS.

1,303 EMPLOYEES.

1ST QUARTER = -$8.4 MILLION (-$7.6 MILLION): +44% (RPM) TRAFFIC; +52% (ASM) CAPACITY; 63.3% LF LOAD FACTOR (-3.7). 737-700 "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK MAINTENANCE CONTRACT, TO DELTA AIRLINES (DAL).

JUNE 2001: 1 737-7BX (30742, N367ML) DELIVERY. 1 F 100 (11477) RETURNED TO LESSOR.

JULY 2001: 1ST 6 MONTHS = -$15 MILLION: 980 MILLION (RPM) TRAFFIC (+43.6%), +51.3% (ASM) CAPACITY, 66% LF LOAD FACTOR (-3.5), 1.72 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+24.2%).

IN DECEMBER 2001, SEASONAL SERVICE TO STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO (737-700).

KEVIN DOANE, MAINTENANCE MANAGER. KIM MERCIER, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE.

737-7BX (32244), GECAS (GEF) 61 MONTH LEASED.

AUGUST 2001: IN NOVEMBER 2001, TO CANCUN (737-700, 128 PAX, DAILY NON-STOPS).

CITING INCREASED COMPETITION FROM OTHER LOW-FARE OPERATORS, AND A WEAK BUSINESS TRAVEL MARKET, (MID) FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY, AND FILED PLANS TO CUT ITS FLEET IN HALF AND LAY OFF -700 OF ITS 2,250 EMPLOYEES.

IN 1ST 6 MONTHS = -$15 MILLION, WITH ASSETS OF $318 MILLION AND LIABILITIES OF $232 MILLION.

WILL DISCONTINUE SERVICE TO 9 DESTINATIONS, GROUND ITS F 100'S, AND DIVEST ITSELF OF 13 OF 24 CANADAIR REGIONAL JETS. WILL CONTINUE TO
OPERATE 12 737-700'S AND 11 CRJ'S.

1,868 EMPLOYEES.

2ND QUARTER = -$7 MILLION: +21% PASSENGERS (PAX), BUT -75% BUSINESS (RPM) TRAFFIC, +33% FUEL COSTS, +44% FLIGHT CREW (FC), +26% NON-(FC).

BANKRUPTCY COURT APPROVES $10 MILLION LOAN FROM WEXFORD MANAGEMENT TO HELP BAIL (MID) OUT OF CHAPTER 11. ANOTHER $5 MILLION MAY BE OFFERED IN SEPTEMBER 2001. TO FURLOUGH -700 EMPLOYEES IN ALL JOB CATEGORIES (INCLUDING -183 FLIGHT CREW (FC); -99 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA); -91 CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENTS; -126 FLIGHT SERVICE AGENTS & -201 OTHERS).

SEPTEMBER 2001: FOLLOWING GROUNDING OF ALL US AIRLINE FLEET IN THE WAKE OF THE ISLAMIC, TERRORIST ATTACK, WITH CRASHING 4 HIJACKED
AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL)/UNITED AIRLINES (UAL) 757/767'S INTO NEW YORK'S WORLD TRADE CENTER (WTC) TOWERS AND THE PENTAGON, MIDWAY AIRLINES (MID) CLOSES DOWN, AND LAYS OFF -1,700 EMPLOYEES.

OCTOBER 2001: 2ND QUARTER MAINTENANCE COSTS = $3.06 MILLION (-66.6%).

HOPES TO RESUME OPERATIONS IN NOVEMBER 2001.

11 737-700'S CURRENTLY IN STORAGE IN ARIZONA DESERT. 737-76N (29893; 32244) RETURNED TO (GEF).

NOVEMBER 2001: BOB FERGUSON, CEO, IS STILL PURSUING RE-START OF OPERATIONS, POSSIBLY BY NEXT MONTH, WITH STRONG INDICATIONS THAT GOVERNMENT WILL OFFER MIDWAY AIRLINES (MID) A PIECE OF THE FUNDING MONEY. CURRENTLY, 50 PERSONNEL STILL WORKING FOR (MID), AND +20 BEING CALLED BACK TO BEGIN PREPARATIONS FOR 1ST FLIGHT.

APPLIES TO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) TO RESUME OPERATIONS IN DECEMBER 2001.

DECEMBER 2001: EXPECTS TO RECEIVE >$12 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING. PLANS TO RESTART OPERATIONS WITH 4 AIRPLANES. RECALLS 75 EMPLOYEES.

STARTS OPERATIONS TO 6 EAST COAST MARKETS: BOSTON, NEW YORK LAGUARDIA, AND NEWARK (2/DAY); +SINGLE ROUNDTRIPS TO ORLANDO, FORT LAUDERDALE, AND TAMPA.

RESUMES SERVICE WITH 3 737-700'S & 1 SPARE. 5TH WILL ENTER SERVICE IN 02/02.

REHIRED 30 OF 500 PILOTS (FC).

JANUARY 2002: 2 737-700'S (29893; 32244) RETURNED TO (GEF), LEASED
TO SHENZHEN AIRLINES (SHZ).

TO WASHINGTON NATIONAL.

MARCH 2002: 6TH 737-700 GECAS (GEF) LEASED.

TO JACKSONVILLE.

July 2002: US Airways (USA), announces agreement for bankrupt Midway Airlines (MID) to operate as a regional (USA) affiliate. This will enable (USA) to immediately secure (MID)'s 5 regional jets. Under the 8-year agreement, (USA) will eventually take control of 18 regional jets from (MID), with options to operate up to 48 additional CRJ's. Half of the pilot jobs at the restructured (MID), will be reserved for laid-off (USA) pilots.

(MID) suspends 737 operations.

2001 = -$15.33 million (-$15.49 million): 2.16 billion (RPK) traffic (-5.8%); 64.7% LF load factor; 2.39 million passengers (PAX) (-18.6%); 529,000 (FTK) freight traffic (+18.3%); 1,700 employees (-23.1%). In the interim, is in the process of laying off its remaining 450 employees. 6 months = 248.51 million (RPK) traffic (-79.8%); -78.05% (ASK) capacity; 58.8% LF load factor (-5.1); 292,000 (PAX) (-79.31%); 34,000 (FTK) (-90.53%).

August 2002: CL-600-2B19 (7341) returned to lessor.

September 2002: 3 CL-600-2B19's (7256; 7257; 7289), returned to Bombardier.

December 2002: After being grounded since July 2002, Midway Airlines (MID) will resume operations in January 2003, as a feeder airline for US Airways Express, under an agreement reached in federal bankruptcy court. 1st flights will be to Reagan National Airport, Washington DC. Plans to have up to 18 jets back in the air under the banner of US Airways Express by the end of 2nd Quarter 2003.

Bankrupt US Airways (USA) will sell tickets on flights operated by (MID) and will provide reservation, ground support, and other services for the regional jet service. (USA) will pay (MID) for 2 years of service up front, then begin monthly payments for the remainder of the 10-year service agreement.

3 CL-600-2B19's (7388, N591ML; 7410, N592ML; 7465, N593ML), Bombardier leased.

January 2003: In February 2003, Washington (DCA) - Birmingham/Charleston. New York LaGuardia (LGA) - Raleigh. Washington (DCA) - Jacksonville. In March 2003, Washington (DCA) - Nashville. Washington (DCA) - Birmingham.

February 2003: Washington (DCA) - Myrtle Beach (Saturdays).

March 2003: In April 2003, Washington (DCA) - Greenville/Louisville.

May 2003: In June 2003, Washington (DCA) to Hartford, Burlington, Huntsville, Philadelphia, Portland & Toronto.

June 2003: CL-600-2B19 (7137, N261ML), Bombardier leased.

July 2003: Washington (DCA) - Greenville.

CL-600-2B19 (7139, N651ML), Bombardier leased.

August 2003: In September 2003, Washington (DCA) - Albany/Manchester.

September 2003: After declaring bankruptcy 2 years ago, Midway Airlines (MID) stated that talks with Dallas-based Beta Capital Group about a $20 million investment had fallen through. May be placed into liquidation, if a viable reorganization plan is not provided before the end of September 2003. (MID) notified North Carolina labor officials it may have to lay off employees in October 2003 if it is forced to liquidate.

In October 2003, Washington (DCA) - Huntsville.

CL-600-2B19 (7039, N260BD), Bombardier leased.

October 2003: Washington (DCA) - Hartford, Philadelphia.

Financially troubled Midway Airlines (MID)'s 2 year struggle appears to be at an end when it moved from Chapter 11 bankruptcy to Chapter 7 liquidation, which requires it to sell off its assets. It was operating a fleet of 8 CRJ200's when it was required to shut down. It was apparent that a new pilot agreement would not be reached.

November 2003: May be sold to Wexford Capital who is offering to buy its Air Operators Certificate (AOC) and take over obligations on its 8 CRJ200's. Wexford owns Chautauqua and start-up Republic, so it is not clear what Midway (MID)'s operations would be.

December 2003: MESA won the bidding to purchase the assets of defunct Midway Airlines (MID) for $9.15 million, including the air operating certificate, LaGuardia/Reagan National slots, 2 owned CRJ's, rights to up to 9 other leased CRJ's, and a CRJ spares package.

Fleet:
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Click below for photos:
MID-CRJ-200ER
MID-737-700

December 2003:

0 737-7BX (CFM56-7B20) (658-30736, N361ML, 9/00; 687-30737, 10/00 N362ML; 716-30738, 11/00 N363ML; 758-30739, 1/01 N364ML; 776-30740, 2/01 N365ML; 823-30741, 4/01), GROUNDED 7/02. 30738; 30739; 30740; 30741; 30742; RTND 7/02, LST (SNG). 8F, 120Y.

0 737-76N (CFM56-7B) (436-30051, /99 N311ML; 463-28613, 1/00 N312ML; 710-9893, 11/00 3). 29893; 32244; RTND, LST (SHZ) 10/01. 28613; 30051; RTT (GEF); LST (GOT) 2/02. 128 PAX.

0 737-76Q (CFM56-7B20) (740-30271, N314ML), (BOU) LSD 1/01, RTND.

0 F 100 (6 RTND 10/98-5/99) (11321; 11423, 11429; ST GILL), (11330 RTND) (11444, 11477; RTND 5/01). 11445 RTND (FSB) 3/01. 11475 RTND 4/01. 11477 RTND 6/01. ALL GROUNDED. ALL 3 RTND 9/01. 8F, 90Y.

8 CRJ-200ER (CF34-3B1) (7209; 7270; 7277), (7289, N580ML) (7327; 7330; 7334; 7341; 7346; (GEH) LSD (7368, N588ML; 7376, N589ML; 7385, N590ML; 3/00; 7388, N591ML, 4/00; 7410, N592ML, 7/00). 10 OPTIONS. TO RESUME OPS IN 10/02. 7327; 7330; 7334; ST (GEF) 7/02. 7322; 7256; 7257; 7289; RTT (GEH) 9/02. 7137, N650ML. 50Y.

Management:
(definitions)

ROBERT FERGUSON, CHAIRMAN, PRESIDENT & CEO, EX-(CAL).

STEVEN WESTBERG, EXECUTIVE VP & GENERAL MANAGER (2/00).

TOM DUFFY, SENIOR VP OPERATIONS (10/00).

DEREK MEYERS, VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS (12/01).

MIKE JEFFERSON, VP MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING (11/01).

JOHN ZIEGLER, CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER.

KEN CONNER, CHIEF PILOT.

DENNY MARTIN, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE (12/01) (dmartin@midwayair.com).

CHUCK SMITH, DIRECTOR HUB OPERATIONS (12/01).

JIM BOOTHE, DIRECTOR QUALITY ASSURANCE (12/01).

STEVE REHMAR, DIRECTOR TECHNICAL SERVICES (3/01).

SCOTT HALL, 737 FLEET CHIEF (9/00).

GREG IVES, MANAGER FLEET PLANNING (9/00).

SCOTT HALL, MANAGER MAINTENANCE (12/01).

KEVIN DOANE, MAINTENANCE MANAGER (6/01).

KIM MERCIER, SAFETY OFFICER (12/01) (kmercier@midwayair.com).

 
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