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Midwest to Offer Both Good and Bad Seats on All Planes

Midwest Airlines was (at one time) known for its all-business-class seating and great food.  Then came the post-9/11 airline industry meltdown (that actually started back in 2000), and Midwest went to a conventional seating layout on many of its flights (called "Saver" service) and left regular seating (called "Signature" service) on other flights.

The airline is now putting both types of seats on every plane, which is good if you had previously been stuck on a plane without the good seats and bad if you were flying on aircraft with only good seats.  Access to the 12 good seats will cost $60 per segment.

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