MKE is gearing up for its busiest spring break travel season since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. As more travelers take to the skies, here some tips to make your experience the smoothest possible:

  • Arrive at the airport two hours prior to flight time unless TSA PreCheck.
  • Parking facilities may fill. Guarantee your parking spot by making a reservation.
  • Pack smart, start with empty bags.
  • Follow the liquids rule of 3.4 ounces or less, with the exception of hand sanitizer which has a temporary 12- ounce limit in carry-on baggage.
  • Utilize MKE’s popular Coat Check service to ditch unnecessary coats for a warm-weather trip.

Follow TSA instructions. In some lanes, you’ll insert your own identification document into a special machine.

Spirit Airlines Adds Service to Myrtle Beach

Spring Break is the perfect time to start planning your summer getaway and Spirit Airlines is making it more convenient than ever by adding Myrtle Beach to its growing list of nine destinations served nonstop from MKE this summer.

With low fares and a flight time of just over two hours, the new flights make it easy to enjoy South Carolina’s beachfront boardwalks and golf courses.

The summer seasonal service to/from Myrtle Beach will run 2-3 times per week from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend. 

Oh Canada!

Service to Toronto resumes July 1

Beginning July 1, Air Canada will resume daily nonstop service between Milwaukee and Toronto, giving you 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.

Tickets are available now at or on the Air Canada mobile app. The route can also be booked through Air Canada’s Star Alliance partner, United Airlines.