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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Milwaukee?

The cheapest flights to Milwaukee found within the past 7 days were $87. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
PHL Milwaukee Nov 5 - Nov 10 $87
PHX Milwaukee Nov 16 - Nov 20 $87
DEN Milwaukee Oct 29 - Nov 18 $107
MSP Milwaukee Nov 12 - Nov 12 $144
ATL Milwaukee Nov 5 - Nov 7 $194
LAX Milwaukee Oct 29 - Nov 5 $236
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
DEN Milwaukee Oct 25 - Oct 28 $139
PHL Milwaukee Oct 27 - Oct 31 $142
MCO Milwaukee Oct 25 - Oct 27 $181
MSP Milwaukee Oct 26 - Oct 27 $243
DFW Milwaukee Oct 26 - Nov 2 $245
ATL Milwaukee Oct 27 - Oct 27 $319
SEA Milwaukee Oct 27 - Oct 30 $362
LAX Milwaukee Oct 26 - Oct 27 $386
PHX Milwaukee Oct 26 - Oct 26 $436
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Flights To Milwaukee

We should get it right out in the open that Milwaukee, Wisconsin is a city of beer. In fact, its nicknames include "Brew City" and "Beertown." So while you are here, visit a few of the city's amazing breweries and get a free sample. Milwaukee offers more than beer though—this is also a city of festivals, shopping, art, and education. As soon as you step off the plane, you will notice the friendly, energetic residents—and the plethora of things to do. With endless parks to frolic in and plenty of restaurants where you can then satisfy your hungry stomach, Milwaukee is a feast for the senses. And Travelocity’s flight deals to Milwaukee are here to let you devour all there is to do.

Transportation from MKE

Flights to Milwaukee will land at General Mitchell International Airport (MKE), about 9 miles from the city center. Getting to your hotel is a snap with hotel shuttle buses, taxi service, and public transportation. The public transportation is very good and reasonablypriced, while a rental car will give you more independence. After all, in the usual, laissez faire style of the Midwest, the city is sprawling and there are many places to go. Renting a car from one of the conveniently located stations in the airport is an excellent option to be sure you see it all. For the best car selection and pricing, make a reservation when you book your Milwaukee airfare here on Travelocity. Then get behind the wheel, roll those windows down, and feel the cool lake breeze in your hair as you head toward adventure.

Hotels in Milwaukee

You are most likely aware of that popular saying “The grass is always greener…” Well, here in Milwaukee, the saying ends with “on the other side of the river.” The appropriately named East Town and Westown are two of the most popular places to stay, and they lie directly across the Milwaukee River from one another. But don’t worry, traveler: the grass is very green on both sides.

East Town is the perfect region for lovers of all things sensory and aesthetic. Admire the glistening chandelier of the historic Pabst Theater, enjoy a play at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, or let dancers and singers whisk you into imaginary lands at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. After all that excitement, you’ll be glad for a place to rest your head at one of these hotels:

  • InterContinental Milwaukee
  • The Pfister Hotel
  • In Westown, connoisseurs of culture can stroll to the Milwaukee Public Museum to take in three floors of natural history—and let winged beauties alight on their shoulders in the butterfly garden. If you prefer a rowdier revelry, the BMO Harris Bradley Sports Center can satisfy your urge for basketball and hockey. And these hotels can satisfy your urge for luxurious linens and top amenities:

  • Hyatt Regency Milwaukee
  • Hilton Milwaukee City Center

Things to Do Near MKE

We may have covered beer, sports, and the other standard bearers of Wisconsin-style festivities, but this state is full of surprises, starting right when you disembark your Milwaukee flight. Whether you have a long layover or are just yearning to get out there and start your vacation, try these on for size:

  • Mitchell Gallery of Flight is actually located right in the airport, so even travelers with short layovers can enjoy this interesting museum with exhibits featuring real combat pilot gear, newspaper articles, and photos about fighter ace Major Dick Bong, an American hero. Known worldwide, this true legend even has a bridge in Australia named after him.
  • Howell Avenue and Layton Avenue are also just outside the sliding doors of your terminal, and they are awash with restaurants where you can sate your appetite for hearty Midwestern cuisine. From live music at the Packing House to classic American comfort food with an aviation theme, there is no shortage of options for hungry travellers with Milwaukee plane tickets.

It's Time to Meet Milwaukee

Do not let the nicknames fool you: Milwaukee is much more than beer. This Great Lakes city has delicious food and riveting artistic performances around every corner—plus plenty of amiable locals to point the way. Like those locals, Travelocity can point the way to the cheapest flights to Milwaukee on the web, so you can easily save time and money. We’ll cheers to that.

Flight Info

Destination Airport General Mitchell Intl.
Destination City Name Milwaukee
Flight Price $87

FAQs about Milwaukee Flights

Which airlines fly to Milwaukee?

Get ready to fasten your seat belt and head up into the skies on one of the 14 airlines that fly to Milwaukee. A few of the most popular carriers include:

  • United Airlines
  • Air New Zealand
  • American Airlines
What airport is best to fly into Milwaukee?

There's no need to research flight options into several airports when jetting into Milwaukee. Milwaukee, WI Airport (MKE-General Mitchell Intl.) is the city's sole airport, situated 6 miles (10 kilometers) from the center.

Where to stay in Milwaukee

Booking the right place to stay is a vital ingredient for a memorable travel experience. Take your pick of 77 accommodations in Milwaukee and start planning the vacation of your dreams!

Plush rooms, silky soft sheets and great service are what you'll discover when you spend your nights at The Pfister Hotel or the Marriott Milwaukee Downtown. That being said, you wouldn't go on vacation to stay in your room all week. If you're after a more wallet-friendly option, consider the Motel 6 Glendale,WI or the Rodeway Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airport.

If you've heard good things about Milwaukee Art Museum, East Town and are eager to experience it, you may like to stay nearby. The Pfister Hotel and the Marriott Milwaukee Downtown are both a stone's throw away, so have a peek at all they've got to offer and get one today.

Places to visit in Milwaukee

You really can't stay in Milwaukee without stopping by the Milwaukee Art Museum. This world-renowned attraction lures teems of travelers all year round.

If you want to discover some of the noteworthy attractions here, add the Discovery World and the Charles Allis Art Museum to your vacation itinerary.

Explore Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory and admire the wide variety of plants, flowers and trees. Travelers of any age will be able to will enjoy learning about their favorite species. Need some more ideas? Study the detailed history of Marquette University with a tour of the campus grounds. And there's more. History fans will be eager to visit Milwaukee Public Museum, where history comes to life with stories from the region's past.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Milwaukee

If you like the thought of spending more time at the airport bars and restaurants and less time moving through security on your way to Milwaukee, just follow these practical tips:

  • Keep your passport and boarding pass in an easily accessible place. They'll be the first things you'll be asked for by airport security personnel.
  • You'll need to pause the music for a few minutes. Earphones and headphones need to be removed and put in a tray for X-raying. The same applies to items such as coins and keys.
  • Electronic devices such as laptops, tablets and phones are always sent through the X-ray machine separately. Be sure to have them within easy reach.
  • When you approach the security checkpoint, you'll be asked to put all creams, gels and liquids in a separate tub for inspection. Make sure they're all stored in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and sealed in a clear zip-lock bag.
  • Airport security personnel may instruct you to remove your shoes before entering the body scanner. Choose a pair that come off easily. There's nothing more annoying than having to do your laces up again and again.
  • The list of non-permissible items is forever changing. Browse your carrier's official website to understand what is not allowed on board their aircraft.
*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.