Despite Seattle’s rainy reputation, you can still enjoy sunny springs and summers in the Emerald City. With a thriving arts, culture and entertainment scene, there is always a show, museum, concert or festival to enjoy. Nature lovers will never grow tired of the numerous hiking trails, the mountain vistas, Puget Sound, Lake Washington and the famous lush evergreen forests that give Seattle its nickname.

Whether you’re enjoying a cup of joe in one of the city’s over 2000 coffee shops or visiting the iconic Space Needle, fly MKE to SEA because this is one city you won't want to sleep on.

Alaska Airlines offers daily nonstop service from MKE to SEA, so book your flight now and start planning your itinerary!


More new nonstop flights to New York City

Planning a business trip to the East Coast? Or simply want to take in a Broadway show, do some shopping or perhaps visit some historical sights?

Delta currently offers multiple daily nonstop flights to New York LaGuardia and, beginning June 16, the airline will launch daily nonstop service between MKE and New York/John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). 

The service also opens up easy one-stop flight connections to dozens of new domestic and international destinations, including many cities in Africa and Europe, from Delta’s JFK hub.


Nonstop service to Toronto resumes June 17

Beginning June 17, Air Canada will resume daily nonstop service between Milwaukee and Toronto, giving travelers the chance to experience Toronto’s arts and culture scene, explore the city’s rich history and tour the breathtaking Niagara Falls area.

Flying Air Canada to Toronto also provides another convenient connection point for flights to Europe, Asia, South America, and beyond. The route is also expected to serve travelers booked on Great Lakes cruises serving Milwaukee, including on the new Viking Octantis, which travels between Toronto and Milwaukee.

The flights will operate seven days per week on CRJ-200 aircraft.