'Wear a face covering:' What summer travelers need to know before they head to the airport

MILWAUKEE -- As more travelers take to the skies this summer, Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport (MKE) has important travel information to share as passenger traffic gradually returns.

To limit the amount of people in each area, and to provide for the safest experience possible, passengers are asked to do the following:

    TSA has implemented changes to the security screening process to limit physical contact and increase distancing. All TSA officers at checkpoints are wearing masks and gloves, and frequent cleaning and disinfecting is being performed in the screening area. TSA is allowing each passenger to bring up to 12 ounces of liquid hand sanitizer in carry-on bags.

    Many of the Airport’s restaurants and retail shops are closed due to low passenger volume. Restaurant and retail shops are beginning to re-open. Please follow posted guidelines in these locations. Food and beverage options onboard airlines may be limited.

    The Airport’s SuperSaver Parking will reopen to travelers beginning Friday, June 26.

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, MKE has enhanced its already robust cleaning procedures: