MILWAUKEE (April 5, 2022) – Delta Air Lines will add daily nonstop service between
Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport (MKE) and New York-JFK International Airport (JFK) beginning June 6, 2022. The new service is in addition to Delta’s existing nonstop service from MKE to New York-LaGuardia.
“It’s great that Delta is continuing to expand from our hometown airport. These flights give Milwaukee travelers another option to access JFK, which offers convenient subway and rail connections to all of New York’s boroughs as well as Long Island,” Airport Director Brian Dranzik said. “This 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.”
The new flights will operate seven days per week on CRJ-700 aircraft featuring nine First
Class, 16 Delta Comfort, and 44 Main Cabin seats. The flights depart MKE at 7:00AM and
arrive in New York-JFK at 10:20AM. The return flights depart JFK at 6:00PM and arrive in MKE at 7:40PM. Tickets are available for purchase on Delta.com and the Delta mobile app.
With the addition of JFK, Delta will serve seven destinations from MKE daily this summer. The other destinations are Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New York-LaGuardia, and Salt Lake City.
Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport offers nonstop flights to 35+ destinations coast-to-coast, and more than 200 international destinations are available with just one connection. MKE is served by Air Canada, Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, Sun Country, and United. The complete list of nonstop cities can be found at flymke.com.
MKE received a 2021 ASQ Best Airport – North America award for providing an outstanding customer experience. The Airport is owned by Milwaukee County and operated by the Department of Transportation, Airport Division, under the policy direction of the Milwaukee County Executive and the County Board of Supervisors. The Airport is entirely funded by user fees; no property tax dollars are used for the Airport’s capital improvements or for its day-to-day operation.