Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport will celebrate the grand opening the country's first known airport beer garden on Monday, March 16.
Midwest Express is back and plans to initially offer nonstop flights from MKE to Grand Rapids, Omaha and Cincinnati, according to a press conference held today at Mitchell International Airport.
In advance of the arrival of the 2020 Democratic National Convention next summer Mitchell International Airport will get 22 new or remodeled shops and restaurants, according to Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele.
Much to the relief of countless travelers, not least this one, General Mitchell International Airport is now offing free unlimited Boing Wi-Fi in the ticketing, baggage claim and mall areas, and on concourses C and D.
After digging into ratings of more than a half-million flights from 2016 and `17, TripIt discovered that travel happiness derives from three things: how old you are, where you live and which airports you're flying from and into. Milwaukeeans make the list.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele has announced that passenger traffic rose more than 3 percent at Milwaukee County's General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) in 2016.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele proudly announced today that Volaris will begin international flights from MKE to Guadalajara, Mexico in March. With the announcement, Volaris becomes the first Mexican carrier to offer year-round scheduled service from MKE.
Milwaukee County's General Mitchell International Airport has been notified that the Baggage Claim Renovation Project has received LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
With seemingly half the city now living somewhere in the 718 (and 212), maybe it makes sense that New York is paying a little more attention to Brew City. Whatever the reason, there's been a flurry of newspaper love from the Big Apple over the past 24 hours.
Anyone who's traveled from General Mitchell International Airport in the past few years has most likely noticed the "Recombobulation Area" signs that hang just beyond the security checkpoints. Is "recombobulation" even a word?
Milwaukee County's General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) had a busy and successful year in 2014, and with a new airline, new air service and the completion of a major project that will improve the passenger experience at MKE, 2015 is shaping up to be another exciting year.
There was a time, not all that long ago, when a hungry traveler at Mitchell International Airport could choose from Burger King, a spinning hot dog and Famous Amos cookies. And that was about it. But, kids, this ain't your daddy's Mitchell Field anymore.
Sure, it's freezing outside, but with the accompanying flight delays there are likely some hungry would-be travelers who can enjoy the new Northpoint custard and burgers location on the main concourse at General Mitchell International Airport.
AirTran Airways is showing a little hometown pride with an aircraft painted in Brewers colors.
Mitchell International Airport has long had a taste of Milwaukee in its concourse, with a Renaissance Bookshop and a Usinger's sausage eatery in the food court. But thanks to SSP's partnerships with the Bartolotta Restaurant Group and Alterra Coffee, the airport is more "Milwaukee" than ever.