Wisconsin International and Major Airports

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Madison - Dane County Regional Airport MSN

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Milwaukee - General Mitchell Intl. Airport MKE
   
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Wisconsin has air service from eight commercial airports, plus with many general aviation airports. Milwaukee is home to two airports, General Mitchell International Airport and Timmerman Airport. As an international airport, General Mitchell Airport connects passengers with domestic and international cities, and Timmerman Airport offers private, charter flights that connect with the country's small towns. Both Wisconsin airports offer services designed to make traveling in the Milwaukee area more efficient.

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    General Mitchell International Airport

    General Mitchell International Airport
    General Mitchell International Airport Image by Engberg Anderson Architects 
    General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) is a civil-military airport located five miles south of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It shares its host of gates in three concourses, each with security checkpoints. Serving 42 US cities with nonstop flight service, it is easily reached from Interstate 94. and is situated just south of downtown Milwaukee, with an average of nearly 10 million passengers per year.

    General Mitchell International Airport offers a variety of amenities and services, including paid Wi-Fi, Concourse C and D children's playgrounds, meeting rooms, on-site banks and a selection of retail outlets and restaurants. MKE offers a range of ground transportation options, including shuttle and car rental agencies, conveniently located next to the baggage claim area. In addition, MKE offers occasional training courses to help airmen overcome their fear of flying.  - List of US Airlines

    General Mitchell International Airport includes 2,180 acres and there are five asphalt and concrete runways plus a helipad measuring 100 by 100 feet:

    • Runway 01L/19R is 9,990 x 200 feet with an Asphalt/Concrete surface.
    • Runway 01R/19L is 4,183 x 150 feet with an Asphalt/Concrete surface.
    • Runway 07L/25R is 4,800 x 100 feet with an Asphalt/Concrete surface.
    • Runway 07R/25L is 8,300 x 150 feet with an Asphalt/Concrete surface.
    • Runway 13/31 is 5,535 x 150 feet with an Asphalt/Concrete surface.

    Dane County Regional Airport

    Dane County Regional Airport
    Dane County Regional Airport Photo by Wisconsin State Journal
    Dane County Regional Airport (MSN) (Truax Field) is a civil-military airport situated six miles northeast of downtown Madison, the capital of Wisconsin. It is the second busiest of eight commercial airports in Wisconsin in terms of passengers served.  - List of US Airlines

    Dane County Regional Airport consists of 3,500 acres with an elevation of 887 feet above mean sea level. There are three concrete runways:

    • Runway 18/36 is 9,006 by 150 feet.
    • Runway 3/21 is 7,200 by 150 feet.
    • Runway 14/32 is 5,846 by 150 feet.

    Green Bay–Austin Straubel International Airport

    Green Bay–Austin Straubel International Airport
    Green Bay–Austin Straubel International Airport Photo by WLUK
    Green Bay–Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB), is a county-owned public-use airport located in Brown County, Wisconsin, which serves Northeastern Wisconsin. The airport is seven nautical miles southwest of downtown Green Bay, within the village of Ashwaubenon.

    Green Bay–Austin Straubel International Airport has two fixed-base operators: Executive Air and Jet Air. Both offer full service during operating hours. The airport consists of 2,441 acres and there are two runways:

    • Runway 18/36 is 8,700 x 150 feet—Surface: Concrete, ILS equipped.
    • Runway 6/24 is 7,700 x 150 feet—Surface: Concrete, ILS/DME equipped.

    Four passenger airlines serve this airport: American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection and United Express

    Appleton International Airport

    Appleton International Airport
    Appleton International Airport
    Appleton International Airport (ATW), previously called Outagamie County Regional Airport, ATW is situated in Outagamie County, Wisconsin, just west of Appleton in the town of Greenville.

    The airport occupies 1,638 acres at an elevation of 918 feet above sea level. There are two concrete runways:

    • Runway 3/21 is 8,002 x 150 feet—Surface: Concrete, ILS/DME equipped, with approved GPS and VOR/DME approaches.
    • Runway 12/30 is 6,501 x 150 feet—Surface: Concrete, ILS/DME equipped, with approved GPS approaches.

    Central Wisconsin Airport

    Central Wisconsin Airport
    Central Wisconsin Airport Photo by Wisconsin Central Time NEWS
    Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA), most often referred to as "C-Way", is a public airport situated 3 miles southeast of the central business district of Mosinee, in Marathon County, Wisconsin. It is jointly owned by Marathon County and Portage County  - List of US Airlines

    Central Wisconsin Airport occupies 1,800 acres at an elevation of 1,277 feet above mean sea level. There are two concrete surfaced runways:

    • Runway 8/26 is 7,648 x 150 feet.
    • Runway 17/35 is 6,501 x 150 feet.

    Airlines serving this airport are American Eagle, Delta Connection and United Express

    La Crosse Regional Airport

    La Crosse Regional Airport
    La Crosse Regional Airport
    La Crosse Regional Airport (LSE) is a public airport situated five miles northwest of La Crosse, a city in La Crosse County, Wisconsin,  Prior to August 2013 the airport was named La Crosse Municipal Airport.  - List of US Airlines

    It occupies the northern area of French Island, next to the Mississippi River. La Crosse's airport is the closest scheduled airline airport to the U.S. Army Fort McCoy base near Sparta, Wisconsin.

    The airport occupies 1,380 acres at an elevation of 656 feet. There are three runways:

    • Runway 18/36 is 8,742 by 150 feet with a concrete surface.
    • Runway 13/31 is 6,050 by 150 feet with an asphalt surface.
    • Runway 4/22 is 5,199 by 150 feet with an asphalt surface.

    Chippewa Valley Regional Airport

    Chippewa Valley Regional Airport
    Chippewa Valley Regional Airport
    Chippewa Valley Regional Airport (EAU) is a public use airport located in Chippewa County, Wisconsin. The airport is owned by Eau Claire county and is situated three nautical miles north of the central business district of the city of Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

    It is the largest airport in the 30-county northern Wisconsin area and serves primarily the Chippewa Valley region, operating on a budget approved by a commission equally representing the interests of Chippewa, Eau Claire and Dunn counties.

    Chippewa Valley Regional Airport occupies 1,100 acres (450 ha) at an elevation of 913 feet above mean sea level. There are two runways:

    • Runway 4/22 is 8,101 by 150 feet with a concrete surface
    • Runway 14/32 is 5,000 by 100 feet with an asphalt/concrete surface.

    Rhinelander–Oneida County Airport

    Rhinelander–Oneida County Airport
    Rhinelander–Oneida County Airport
    Rhinelander–Oneida County Airport (RHI) is a public use airport situated two nautical miles southwest of the central business district of Rhinelander, a city in Oneidahttp://www.fly-rhi.org/ County, Wisconsin. The airport is jointly owned by the city and county. It is mostly used for general aviation but is also served by one commercial airline.  - List of US Airlines

    Rhinelander–Oneida County Airport occupies 1,259 acres at an elevation of 1,624 feet above mean sea level. There are two runways:

    • Runway 9/27 is 6,799 x 150 feet with a concrete surface runway featuring approved ILS, GPS and VOR/DME approaches,
    • Runway 15/33 is 5,201 x 100 feet with an asphalt runway featuring approved GPS approaches.

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