The pilots union said the original flight crew is being outsourced, and will stop flying in November when the airline stops flying Boeing 717s.
Lay-off notices were handed out earlier this month, after Republic Airlines took over Midwest.
At that time, the two pilots unions were negotiating a possible integration.
Neither side has said what happened during those negotiations.
Midwest pilots said that when they leave, the public will lose more experienced pilots.
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