Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) is expecting an increase amount of travel during the busy spring break period. TSA estimates are showing a 5.4% growth in March daily volume.
The message that is been portrayed to passengers is to give yourself extra time during the busy spring break season. It is advised to arrive at the airport two hours before your flight to allow plenty of time to check in and clear security.
MKE ranks in the top ten airports that see the biggest increase in spring break travel with an estimated 11,884 spring break travelers each day.
Mitchell Airport offers nonstop flights to 38 destinations coast-to-coast and 160 international destinations. MKE is served by SouthWest, Delta, Alaska, Air Canada, American, Frontier, OneJet and United.