AIRPORTS IN WISCONSIN
The international airports in Wisconsin are the Austin Straubel International Airport at Green Bay and the General Mitchell International Airport at Milwaukee.
The General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee is the busiest of all the airports in Wisconsin. It serves more than six million people annually. The airport offers many amenities and services for its customers. It has coffee shops, a used-books' store, a conference room, a food-court, restaurant and banquet facilities, news and gifts shop, banking facilities, other retail stores and a family-care-room.
The airport is also disabled-friendly. It has TDD phones for the hearing impaired, accessible restrooms and convenient parking spots. Skycap assistance is also provided for those who seek it.
The airlines that serve the airport are Comair, Delta Airlines, Air Canada, USA 3000, Northwest Airlines, American Eagle, Midwest Airlines, Continental Express, Frontier Airlines, United Express, AirTran Airways and US Airways Express.
The Austin Straubel International Airport in Green Bay is the third busiest airport in the state of Wisconsin. It has ATMs, banking facilities, paging service, facilities for people with disabilities, a photo kiosk and wireless Internet facility spread out all over its terminal. The airport also has a business center with necessary support systems. The airlines that serve the airport are Allegiant Air , United Express, Northwest (Airlink), American Eagle, Midwest Express and Delta Connection.