Major Wisconsin Airports

Wisconsin has four major airports and more than 40 smaller public airfields.

Wisconsin, located in the north-central United States, is known for its harsh winters, devoted football fans and cool summers. It offers both visitors a variety of attractions and activities ranging from boating and fishing on its lakes to popular events such as the SummerFest World Festival in Milwaukee to the Oshkosh Airshow. With four major airports in Wisconsin offering daily non-stop flights to a number of cities across the country, travelers have a variety of convenient choices when it comes to visiting the state.

General Mitchell International Airport

The Mitchell Gallery of Flight is an on-site museum that offers vintage photos and memorabilia.

The General Mitchell International Airport, located five miles south of Milwaukee, is the largest airport in Wisconsin. Named after General Billy Mitchell (the father of the United States Air Force), it offers non-stop service to 40 cities nationwide with further connections world-wide. The hub for Frontier and AirTran airways, flights are also available on Air Canada, American, Continental, Delta, Great Lakes, Southwest, United and US Airways. It also provides conference room rentals, and a number of retail stores such as the PGA store, Brooks Brothers, Harley-Davidson and the Mitchell Gallery of Flight, a non-profit aviation museum.

General Mitchell International Airport

5300 S. Howell Ave.

Milwaukee, WI 53207


Dane County Regional Airport

The Dane County Regional Airport is also home to the Wisconsin Air National Guard.

The Dane County Regional Airport, the second largest airport in Wisconsin, is located approximately six miles northeast of Madison. A joint military and commercial airport also known as Truax Field, it was named after Lieutenant Thomas Truax, who was killed in a training accident in 1941. Today, it offers more than 85 daily commercial flights to 12 major cities on American, Frontier, Delta, Continental and United Airlines. Travelers have access to a number of on-site restaurants and bars including UNO Chicago Pizza and two bars.

Dane County Regional Airport

4000 International Lane

Madison, WI 53704


Austin Straubel International Airport

The Austin Straubel International Airport, located approximately eight miles southwest of Green Bay, is the third largest airport in Wisconsin. Named after Lt. Col. Austin Straubel, a Brown County native who died in World War II, it offers non-stop flights to six cities on American, Continental, Delta, Midwest and United. It also offers travelers access to the full-service Skybox Lounge, a business center and a food court with a variety of dining options.

Austin Straubel International Airport

2077 Airport Drive, Suite 18

Green Bay, WI 54313


Outagamie County Regional Airport

The Outagamie County Regional Airport, approximately four miles west of Appleton, is located in the town of Greenville. Founded in 1965, it provides daily non-stop flights to eight cities ranging from Atlanta to as far west as Las Vegas on four airlines: Allegiant Air, Delta Comair, Midwest Connect and United Express. It also offers a state-of-the-art newly remodeled terminal, complete with complimentary wireless Internet and a variety of restaurants.

Outagamie County Regional Airport

W6390 Challenger Drive, Suite 201

Appleton, WI 54914