3. Milwaukee. A large city in its own right, it is reasonably close to the Northern suburbs. But, as with Rockford, it is far away enough to deter Chicago business travelers. Also, it is a bit of a risk to be compared to Midwest Express service.
In spite of financial woes which seem to be besetting most full-service carriers, YX has done a fantastic job of wooing J-travelers up to MKE for a while now; it was a cornerstone of their business model from day one to cater to business travelers. The only obstacle for the northwest suburbs (where a majority of the business lay, outside of downtown), is the &*( $@$# Illinois Tollway...pay to get in, pay to get out!
Ok what the???????? First of all Spirit never went to Terminal 3.... I was in T-5 last week and they are still there... Ive seen North American park at T-3 and T-5....as it isnt even a International flight. USA3000, UA, AA and other foreign carriers most notably Air Canada and Mexicana will use 1-5..
Agreed. on that one.
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