|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|DEN||Minneapolis - St. Paul||Jun 5 - Jun 12||$77|
|DEN||Madison||Jun 5 - Jun 22||$227|
|PHX||Minneapolis - St. Paul||Jun 5 - Jul 14||$228|
|DFW||Madison||Jun 6 - Jun 16||$269|
|PHX||Appleton||Jun 5 - Jun 17||$301|
|DEN||Iowa||Jun 7 - Jun 9||$306|
|LAX||Appleton||Jun 5 - Jun 20||$326|
|LAX||Wausau||Jun 5 - Jun 23||$326|
|DEN||Green Bay||Jun 6 - Jun 14||$331|
|PHX||Madison||Jun 7 - Jun 16||$339|
|PHX||Milwaukee||Jun 5 - Jun 10||$347|
|LAX||Duluth||Jun 7 - Jun 20||$371|
|DEN||Wausau||Jun 5 - Jun 30||$417|
|DEN||Duluth||Jun 7 - Jun 20||$451|
|DEN||Appleton||Jun 5 - Jun 10||$482|
Offering an almost endless choice of picturesque lakes, lush forests and adrenaline-pumping activities – not to mention cheeses – Wisconsin is a fantastic destination for anyone who loves the outdoors.
As well as pristine countryside and fantastic farm produce, the state is also home to a number of vibrant cities and fascinating attractions, making it the perfect place for your next adventure.
Like many states in the area, Wisconsin has four distinct seasons. The best time to book your flights to Wisconsin will therefore depend on what you want out of your trip.
For hiking, kayaking, swimming and other outdoor activities, the best time to visit the state is between May and September. In the late spring, summer and early fall months, the weather in Wisconsin is warm and sunny, offering you the perfect conditions to get out and explore.
If you don’t mind cooler weather, you could book cheap flights to Wisconsin in October or November. The foliage in the state puts on a fantastic display during the fall months and many communities in Wisconsin host colorful harvest festivals at this time of year.
Wisconsin offers a good choice of winter sports. From skiing and skating to snowmobiling and sledding, there’s plenty to keep you busy between December and February. However, with temperatures regularly dropping well below freezing, you’ll need to wrap up warm if you’re going to book flights to Wisconsin at this time of year.
The more flexible you can be when booking flights to Wisconsin, the easier it will be to find a great deal. The cost of airfares to Wisconsin can vary throughout the week with some days a lot cheaper to fly than others. Find the most affordable dates for your trip by clicking the ‘Show flexible dates’ on the Orbitz results page. This will show you prices for flights either side of your selected dates, helping you to bag a bargain.
If you’re planning a tour of Wisconsin, you can find the cheapest airport to fly to by clicking the ‘Nearby airports’ link when your flight results are returned.
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The busiest airport in Wisconsin, General Mitchell International serves over three million passengers a year. Located around five miles from the center of Milwaukee, the airport offers a good choice of flights to cities across the US and a small selection of international destinations. A number of bus routes connect the airport with the surrounding area and hire cars are also available at the terminal building.
The second busiest airport in Wisconsin, Dane County Regional is located six miles from Madison, the state capital. The majority of flights that depart Dane County are bound for Chicago O’Hare, with Minneapolis and Detroit also popular destinations. From the airport, you can catch a taxi or take a bus to your destination.
This small, regional airport offers a limited choice of departures to Chicago, Minneapolis, Atlanta and Detroit. Seven miles from the city of Green Bay, it’s a convenient arrival point for visitors traveling to the northeast of the state.
A good choice of premium carriers and low cost airlines serve airports in Wisconsin, these include:
Although the easiest way to get around Wisconsin is by car, it is possible to navigate the state by public transport. A network of long distance buses connect most towns and cities in the state and there are also a number of internal flights to choose from. Amtrak operates a choice of train lines in Wisconsin. Although destinations are limited, this can be a fantastic way to explore the state.
The largest and most cosmopolitan city in Wisconsin, Milwaukee is home to a great choice of cultural attractions. Visit the Harley-Davidson Museum to learn all about this iconic piece of American engineering, take a tour of the Milwaukee Art Museum or enjoy a stroll along the city’s picturesque waterfront.
Very green and very laid back, Madison is easily navigated by foot or by bike. The city offers an excellent choice of bars and restaurants as well as a vibrant farmers market and a variety of museums.
There are lots of beautiful areas of natural beauty in Wisconsin, and the state’s eponymous river is one of the best. Take a boat trip through the Dells of the Wisconsin River to see some of the most spectacular scenery the state has to offer.
Wisconsin operates on Central Daylight time.