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Milwaukee Private Jet Charter

Private Charter Flights to/from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Air Charter Advisors is your premier source for private jet charter service to/from Milwaukee, the largest city in Wisconsin and the 5th largest city in the Midwest.

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Renting a private jet is the most convenient and comfortable way of traveling to/from Milwaukee, with a variety of airport options including (MKE) Mitchell International, (UES) Greater Milwaukee Airport, (MWC) Timmerman Field and 14 more within 50 miles of the city center.

ACA offers pay-as-you-go, on-demand air charter services without any hidden fees, memberships or bait & switches. We offer unlimited free quotes on all of your upcoming trips, and our access to thousands of private jets and turboprops allows us to connect you to the perfect aircraft at the right cost.

Milwaukee Air Charter Advisors

Our charter brokers are Wyvern-registered, one of the highest safety accreditations in private aviation. Our team uses their reporting tools to view aircraft maintenance, operator history and pilot experience for every flight, and we never cut corners regarding safety or comfort. WE’re not limited by fleet size, either — we have access to thousands of planes are the world, and work to supplement corporate flight departments when they need to rent as a business jet for their executives.

We also offer luxury concierge services including in-flight catering, luxury ground transportation, and helicopter lifts, and ACA can manage & market your private jet, as well as assist in aircraft sales & acquisitions.

Work with a charter broker who’s working for you, and our Milwaukee Private Jet Charter brokers will become your complete solution for luxury air travel, aircraft acquisition, and private jet management in Wisconsin and the Midwest.

Give us a call at 1-888-987-5387 or request a free jet charter quote for your upcoming private flight.

Cost to Charter a Private Jet in Milwaukee, WI

The cost to charter a private flight to/from Milwaukee, WI starts at around $2,000 an hour* in a turboprop, $5,000 an hour* in a light jet, $7,000 an hour* in a midsize jet, and $10,000 an hour* or more for a long range jet or VIP airliner. Learn more about the factors that go into hourly charter rates & private jet rental costs.

Hourly Charter Rates in Milwaukee, WI*
$1,000 – $2,000/hour
$1,500 – $3,000/hour
Very Light Jets (VLJ)
$2,500 – $3,500/hour
Light Jets
$3,500 – $4,800/hour
Super Light Jets
$4,250 – $5,250/hour
Midsize Jets
$4,800 – $6,000/hour
Super Midsize Jets
$6,000 – $7,500/hour
Heavy Jets
$8,500 – $10,500/hr
Long Range Jets
$12,000 – $15,000/hr
VIP Airliners
$18,000 – $30,000/hr

* Hourly charter rates in Milwaukee, WI will vary depending on aircraft make, model and year, as well as amenities, routing, fuel prices, and scheduling/availability.

Airports for Private Charter Flights to Milwaukee

The Milwaukee area offers private jet travelers 5 major airports to choose from within 25 miles of the city center. Speak to one of our Air Charter Advisors and we can help choose the right airport for your flight, while potentially reducing your charter cost.

(KMKE, MKE) General Mitchell International Airport – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Longest Runway: 9,990 Feet

(KMWC, MWC) Lawrence J. Timmerman Airport – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Longest Runway: 4,103 Feet

(KUES, UES) Waukesha County Airport – Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Longest Runway: 5,849 Feet

(KRAC, RAC) John H. Batten Int’l Airport – Racine, Wisconsin
Longest Runway: 6,574 Feet

(KETB, ETB) West Bend Municipal Airport – West Bend, Wisconsin
Longest Runway: 4,494 Feet

Aircraft Options | Charter Flights to Milwaukee

Our Milwaukee Jet Charter brokers have access to the following aircraft for your private flight. All of the aircraft we utilize for charter service are operated by FAR Part 135 or 121 (or foreign equivalent) air carriers, using only veteran pilots in the private jet you’re renting.

ACA will provide a variety of aircraft options based on the goals and budget of your trip, allowing you to charter a cost-effective aircraft, or the most luxurious, stylish corporate jet on the market. Check out our Aircraft Gallery for more details on all of the aircraft available for your trip.

If you don’t see your preferred aircraft listed below, speak to one of our brokers and they will locate one for you.

Pistons & Turboprops

View all Pistons and Turboprops

Small Jets

View all VLJ | Light Jets | Super Light

Medium Jets

View all Midsize and Super Midsize Jets

Large Jets

View all Heavy Jets | View all Long Range Jets | View all VIP Airliners

Visit Milwaukee | Private Jet to Milwaukee

Destinations > United States > Wisconsin

Fly private to Milwaukee, the largest city in the state of Wisconsin resting along the western shores of Lake Michigan.

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After your charter jet arrive in Milwaukee, you can enjoy modern nightlife in a setting of timeless antebellum architecture and Wisconsin hospitality. Milwaukee’s history centers around American history’s other perspective, that of the Native American.

Originally known in Algonquian as Millioke, or “The Good Land” (were you aware of that?), the early colonial roots are more visible here than elsewhere.

Later influenced by substantial German and Polish populations, it’s known today for its European architecture, rich cheeses, and daring microbreweries. For those that are considering visiting the city, it’s an ideal destination for private jet travelers. With (MKE) General Mitchell International Airport located just five miles south of downtown, arriving is very convenient.

Attractions and Activities

harter a private flight to Milwaukee, a mid-western city chock-full of fun things to do, nice people to chat with, and charming parks and streets to peruse.

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Milwaukee advertises itself as the “City of Festivals”, mainly centered around the annual summer party along Lake Michigan called Summerfest — the event is actually listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as “the largest music festival in the world”, with nearly 1 million people attending Summerfest, and the city’s diverse immigrant population brings several smaller ethnic festivals throughout the summer months.

Milwaukee gained its pop culture fame as the setting of the “Laverne and Shirley” and “Happy Days” 1970’s TV sitcoms. More recently it has been featured as the backdrop for Hollywood films, including Bridesmaids, Transformers 3 and Mr. 3000.

Walk through the downtown and walk into any of the small restaurants along the strip. Try something with real Wisconsin cheese, and sip on an eccentric locally brewed beer while the kids munch on chicken-fingers. Head outside of the city proper for world-renowned golfing and hunting resorts.

Above all, enjoy the friendliest locals to be found in the United States. A relaxed and friendly atmosphere pervades this large city, encouraging amicable and unreserved conversation between passerby’s.

Harley-Davidson Museum
400 W. Canal St., At the corner of 6th and Canal

Miller Park
1 Brewers Way

Milwaukee Art Museum
700 N Art Museum Drive

Basilica of St. Josaphat
2333 S 6th St

Pabst Mansion
2000 W Wisconsin Ave

Milwaukee County Zoo
10001 West Blue Mound Road

Milwaukee Public Museum
800 W Wells St

Executive Charter Flights

Rent a business jet and fly private to Milwaukee, home to instantly recognizable companies including Miller Brewing Co. and Harley Davidson Motorcycles.

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In total, the city is the home to six Fortune 500 international headquarters: Johnson Controls, Northwestern Mutual, Manpower, Rockwell Automation, Harley-Davidson and Joy Global.

Other companies based here include Briggs & Stratton, Hal Leonard, Wisconsin Energy, the American Society for Quality, Master Lock, American Signal Corporation, GE Healthcare Diagnostic Imaging and Clinical Systems, and MGIC Investments.

Economy in Milwaukee

Thanks to the city’s easy access to Lake Michigan and other waterways, Menomonee Valley has served as an ideal location for manufacturing, stockyards, rendering plants, shipping, and other heavy industries.

During the 19th century, many immigrants who came to the area were wheat farmers, which made the city the #1 producer of wheat in the country — it’s what also earned it the nickname “Cream City”.

With all this wheat lying around, Milwaukee became known as “Beer City” and the number one producer of beer in the world for several years. It served as the home to four of the world’s largest breweries: Schlitz, Blatz, Pabst, and Miller — today, only Miller remains, employing over 2,000 people on the city’s west end.

Harley Davidson throws a massive celebration every five years, and their anniversary events attract millions of riders — the 110th anniversary was held in 2013, making 2018 the next party.

Luxury Hotels

Milwaukee offers a variety of upscale lodgings options, from waterfront boutique hotels to sequestered country-side golf resorts.

If you’re hoping for a quiet retreat to golf, hunt, or relax, then look no further than The American Club. As the only 5-diamond resort in the Midwest, there’s nothing that competes with its level of luxury and service. Enjoy amenities like top-tier golf holes, generously appointed rooms, and a full service spa when you stay at The American Club.

For business travelers or for people that prefer the city, The Pfister Hotel is as iconic as it gets. A night at The Pfister Hotel brings standard amenities along with the finest accouterments in each room, a full spa, 4-star dining, and impeccable service.

5 star

The American Club
419 Highland Dr
(800) 344-2838

4 star

The Pfister Hotel
424 E Wisconsin Ave
(414) 273-8222

139 E Kilbourn Ave
(414) 276-8686

The Iron Horse Hotel
500 W Florida St
(414) 374-4766

411 E Mason St
(414) 272-1937

Ambassador Hotel
2308 W Wisconsin Ave
(414) 342-8400

Bed & Breakfast Inns

Inn on Woodlake
705 Woodlake Rd
(800) 344-2838

The Brewhouse Inn & Suites
1215 N 10th St
(414) 810-3350

Airports Information | Private Flights to Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Air Charter Advisors utilizes the following airports to fly clients privately to/from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and neighboring areas of the Midwest.

(KMKE, MKE) General Mitchell International Airport – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Alias:Chicago’s Third Airport

FBO Service:Signature Flight Support MKE
Longest Runway: 9,990 feet
Customs & Immigration: Yes (US Customs Pre-Clearance)

Fly private to General Mitchell International Airport (IATA: MKE, ICAO: KMKE, FAA LID: MKE), located just 5 miles (8 km) south of downtown Milwaukee.


In addition to serving as the primary airport for Milwaukee, (MKE) Mitchell Intl is sometimes referred to as “Chicago’s Third Airport“, with travelers in northern suburbs often using Mitchell instead of Chicago O’Hare or Midway.

General Mitchell (KMKE) offers five asphalt and concrete runways, ranging between 4,183 feet to 9,990 feet, and a 100 ft x 100 ft helipad is on the south side of the airfield.

The single terminal building offers 40 gates over 3 concourses, and customs services are available at the airport — international arrivals lacking border pre-clearance must arrive via the International Arrivals Building. You’ll find the Mitchell Gallery of Flight in the main building, and Signature Flight Support offers FBO services from their private terminal.

(KMWC, MWC) Lawrence J. Timmerman Airport – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Alias: Timmerman Field | Curtiss-Wright Field
FBO Service: Spring City Aviation
Longest Runway: 4,103 feet
Customs & Immigration: N/A

(KUES, UES) Waukesha County International Airport – Pewaukee, Wisconsin

Alias: Greater Milwaukee Airport | Crites Field
FBO Service: Atlantic Aviation | Stein’s Aircraft Services | Waukesha County Airport
Longest Runway: 5,849 feet
Customs & Immigration: N/A

(KRAC, RAC) John H. Batten Int’l Airport – Racine, Wisconsin

Alias: Batten International Airport FBO Service: Batten International
Longest Runway: 6,574 feet
Customs & Immigration: Yes (US Customs Pre-Clearance)

(KETB, ETB) West Bend Municipal Airport – West Bend, Wisconsin

FBO Service: West Bend Air
Longest Runway: 4,494 feet
Customs & Immigration: N/A

Additional Airports

Private aviation provides unmatched flexibility and convenience, allowing you to arrive/depart from more than 100 times the number of airports available to commercial service — you can also leave on the day you want, at the time you want.

  • (57C) East Troy Municipal Airport – East Troy, WI
    Longest Runway: 3,900 feet | 25 m SW
  • (KBUU, BUU) Burlington Municipal Airport – Burlington, WI
    Longest Runway: 4,300 feet | 27 m SW
  • (KENW, ENW) Kenosha Regional Airport – Kenosha, WI
    Longest Runway: 5,499 feet | 27 m S
    FBO: Kenosha Aviation | Stein’s Aircraft Services
  • (KHXF, HXF) Hartford Municipal Airport – Hartford, WI
    Longest Runway: 3,000 feet | 28 m NW
  • (C02) Grand Geneva Resort Airport – Lake Geneva, WI
    Longest Runway: 3,830 feet | 33 m SW
  • (KRYV, RYV) Watertown Municipal Airport – Watertown, WI
    Longest Runway: 4,429 feet | 36 m W
    FBO: Wisconsin Aviation
  • (KUGN, UGN) Waukegan National Airport – Waukegan, IL
    Longest Runway: 6,000 feet | 37 m S
    FBO: Signature Flight Support
  • (C59) Lake Lawn Airport – Delavan, WI
    Longest Runway: 4,423 feet | 39 m SW
  • (61C) Fort Atkinson Municipal Airport – Fort Atkinson, WI
    Longest Runway: 3,800 feet | 40 m W
  • (KUNU, UNU) Dodge County Airport – Juneau, WI
    Longest Runway: 5,070 feet | 42 m NW
  • (C81) Campbell Airport – Grayslake, IL
    Longest Runway: 3,573 feet | 43 m S
  • (KSBM, SBM) Sheboygan County Memorial Airport – Sheboygan Falls, WI
    Longest Runway: 6,800 feet | 44 m N
    FBO: Burrows Aviation

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