New Air Service Enters the Midwest

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Midwest Air Taxi offers Midwest consumers an alternative to the hassles of commercial air travel.

Five minutes after I arrived at my local airport in Waterloo I was on the plane. I was able to ride in luxury, use my laptop from the time I boarded the plane to prepare for my meeting and relax instead of dealing with the hassles of commercial flights. We landed at my destination 70 minutes later and was back at my home office the same afternoon.

In today's fast paced society, time is an extremely valuable commodity. And given the current economy, saving money is also an important factor for almost everyone. Now with Midwest Air Taxi, customers in the Midwest have an option to help with both.

Midwest Air Taxi is an on-demand, point-to-point flight service allowing customers to schedule their air travel when it is most convenient for them. No need to arrive at the airport one to two hours before your flight as Midwest Air Taxi features no security line waiting and no luggage fees or checked baggage hassles. You can relax and travel in luxury on your schedule (not the airlines).

"I know what it is like to deal with long layovers, drive 4 to 5 hours to get to your destination, or to get up a 3 a.m. to catch a 6 a.m. flight," said David LeCompte, owner of Midwest Air Taxi. "I wanted to be able to spend more time with my family and less time traveling. Midwest Air Taxi allows our customers to set their own flight schedules and save a lot of travel time."

Midwest Air Taxi travelers can fly from Waterloo to Chicago for as little as $450 per person vs. $1499 for a commercial flight or about $350 in mileage reimbursement if you drive (that doesn't include hotel costs, meals or ten hours of time in the car). Prices vary based on the number of passengers and destination. To help keep the costs low, Midwest Air Taxi offers a RideShare program. Travelers can go to http://www.mwairtaxi.com to view other flights that are scheduled to see if seats are available. Midwest Air Taxi serves over 230 airports within Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

"I decided to use Midwest Air Taxi to go to a meeting in Chicago," said Dennis Duggan, corporate client. "Five minutes after I arrived at my local airport in Waterloo I was on the plane. I was able to ride in luxury, use my laptop from the time I boarded the plane to prepare for my meeting and relax instead of dealing with the hassles of commercial flights. We landed at my destination 70 minutes later and was back at my home office the same afternoon."

"In most cases, from the time you enter a commercial airport until you actually board your commercial flight, you would more than likely already be at your destination with Midwest Air Taxi," said Ben Frein, CEO. "At Midwest Air Taxi our goal is to provide safe, reliable, and time-saving transportation."

Midwest Air Taxi's FAA certified commercial pilots use the state of the art Cirrus SR-22 airplane. Equipped with some of the most advanced safety features including real-time satellite weather, collision avoidance and advanced engine and fuel monitoring (the Cirrus burns less fuel per hour per passenger seat than a Regional Jet), these four seat aircrafts offer spacious, climate-controlled luxury. The Cirrus SR-22 also comes with the bonus safety feature of an entire airframe parachute. Should something unexpected happen, the parachute can be deployed allowing the aircraft and its occupants to safely float to the ground.

Midwest Air Taxi serves the Midwest and operates under a Livingston Aviation Charter Certificate. For more information about Midwest Air Taxi or to book a flight, go to http://www.mwairtaxi.com or call 888-373-7044.

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