Two major and several regional airports make flying to Wisconsin an easy, accessible, and affordable option.
Milwaukee & Southeast Wisconsin
Wisconsin's busiest airport, the Mitchell International Airport (MKE), is an easy-travel airport serving Milwaukee, southeastern Wisconsin, Chicago, and northern Illinois. All major airlines service Milwaukee, including the low-cost carrier, Spirit.
Madison, just a little over an hour drive from MKE, is also easily accessible via the Dane County Regional Airport (MSN). Five major airlines service Madison with direct flights from multiple cities including Minneapolis, Miami, and Las Vegas.
The Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB) is the gateway to Packers Country and area sporting events. Fly in on Delta or Frontier from cities like Chicago and Detroit.
The nearby Appleton International Airport (ATW) is served by major airlines like United and American.
The Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA) in Wausau is mainly served by Delta, American, and United airlines with daily direct flights to Detroit, Chicago, and Minneapolis.
Along the Mississippi and Northern Wisconsin
An option to access some of Wisconsin’s western, driftless and “Up North” regions is to fly into the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) just across the Mississippi River in Minnesota. A quick drive east from the airport on Interstate Highway 94 and you’re in Wisconsin near Hudson, Eau Claire, and Menomonie.
Another easy flight option into northern Wisconsin is the Chippewa Valley Regional Airport (EAU) in Eau Claire served by United and Sun Country.
Farther south along the Mississippi River in La Crosse, both Delta and American airlines service the La Crosse Regional Airport (LSE).