Midwest Airlines was founded in 1948 to the representatives and engineers from the Kimberly-Clark Corporation, time-saving transport between the headquarters of the company and its factories. 1969 this service was christened KC Aviation, a company which was founded his own workshop for maintenance. After the Airline Deregulation Act in 1978, Kimberly-Clark and KC decided Avitation to set up this service a real airline flight for civilian flights, but only in 1984 was implemented with the airline Midwest Express.
The airline grew slowly through the Einflottung Douglas DC-9 aircraft, and finally served Midwest Express, the most important destinations in the East and Midwest. The flights were already then applied with the comfortable leather 2 2-seat layout, the great leg room and the freshly prepared meals on board.
The airline was the slogan “The Best Care in the Air”; this service, the airline was particularly popular among business travelers. In addition to the Midwest Express began scheduled flights also include exclusive charter flights in a specially equipped DC-9. From the 90s again, the fleet was expanded by McDonnell Douglas bought MD-80.
Thus, the airline continued to grow consistently, and the profitability was not lost. At this time we also established a subsidiary, Skyway Airlines. They should act as a regional airline traffic and also perform under the name Midwest Express Connection feeder flights from small communities in Wisconsin and the surrounding area.