The merging of Midwest Airlines into Frontier Airlines is moving forward and according to the timeline at http://www.frontiermidwest.com by Nov. 1, 2010, there should be one Web site, one reservations system, one airport kiosk system and an integrated call center.
On the list of “things to do” for the frequent flyer programs, the alignment of elite tiers and standard award redemptions is complete and members can expect their miles to be transferred into one account by Sept. 15 under the Frontier EarlyReturns name. At that time, all the miles members have earned will be combined in a single account under the member’s current account number, even Midwest Miles members. Midwest Miles members will also be able to log in to FrontierAirlines.com with their current user ID and password.
Also beginning this month, members of Midwest Miles and Frontier EarlyReturns will be receiving the same e-newsletter. By Oct. 1, Midwest Miles will no longer exist and by Dec. 1, there will be one affinity credit card. Midwest Airlines MasterCard holders will be issued a new Frontier Airlines MasterCard, the account number will remain the same, and the programs say that cardholders will continue to receive the benefits they have today. Also by Dec. 1, there will be one award booking system.
Most importantly, cookies have already been introduced on all flights as of last month.