Madison Dane County Regional Airport

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Madison Dane County Regional Airport

Carry on reading to discover more on Madison Dane Regional Airport, its services and facilities it has on offer, the top destinations to fly to from the airport and with which airlines you can do this with.

About Madison Dane County Regional Airport

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Madison Dane County Regional Airport (IATA: MSN) also known as Truax Field, is a civil-military airport that serves more than 1.8 million passengers each year. The airport opened in the early to mid-90s and serves cities within the United States. The airport has an area of 3,500 acres and owns three runways. 

In terms of passengers served, the airport is the 2nd busiest out of eight commercial airports in Wisconsin. 

 

Madison Dane County Regional Airport Location

The airport is located 6 miles (9.7 km) northeast of downtown Madison, in Wisconsin:

 

Facilities

 

Madison Dane County Regional Airport provides facilities and services to offer comfort for its many travellers. The airport in total has 13 gates as well as shops, restaurants, cafes and bars at the airport terminal.

Facilities Include:

A range of shopping and dining places are available from restaurants, cafes and shops.

Free WiFi Accessibility

Baby Care Facilities

Business Services

Duty-free

Mobile Charging

Medical Services

Massaging chairs

Luggage Carts

Art Exhibitions

 

Runways

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Madison Dane County Regional Airport currently has three runways. 

 

Direction Length (ft) Length (m) Surface
18/36 9,006 2,745 Concrete
3/21 7,200 2,195 Concrete
14/32 5,846 1,782 Concrete

Terminals

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Main Terminal

The main terminal has 13 gates with jetways. 

 

Airlines that fly to Madison Dane County Regional Airport

The table below of all the airlines that fly passenger services from the airport:

 

American Airlines American Eagle Delta Air Lines 
Delta Connection  Frontier Airlines Sun Country Airlines
United Airlines United Express  

 

The Most Popular Domestic Destinations

 

Rank Destination Passengers Airlines
1 Chicago–O'Hare, Illinois 234,140 American, United
2 Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota 151,100 Delta
3 Detroit, Michigan 138,150 Delta
4 Denver, Colorado 125,300 Frontier, United
5 Atlanta, Georgia 121,550 Delta
6 Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas 65,130 American
7 Charlotte, North Carolina 41,220 American
8 New York–La Guardia, New York 39,660 Delta
9 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 35,670 American
10 Newark, New Jersey 29,340 United

 

The most popular destinations from July 2018 - June 2019. Statistics from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS)

How to get to Madison Dane County Regional Airport

 

By Road

A number of taxi companies offer taxicab services at the airport. If you need a taxi, simply follow the signs leading to the ground transportation area outside of Door 7, at the north end of the baggage claim area. It takes only 14 minutes to downtown Madison by taxi.

By Public Transport

You can take a Metro Route 20 – North Transfer Point bus to downtown Madison and the UW campus area. Departures are every 30 minutes on weekdays and hourly on the weekends and holidays.

By Rental Car

You can rent from a range of cars from car hire companies. The airport has onsite car rental desks available near the door 6 of the baggage claim area. Many companies offer these services such as Alamo, Avis, Enterprise, Hertz and National.