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A free bus will be provided throughout the conference to transport participants to/from the welcome reception, technical sessions, and banquet. Specific routes and times are located in the Technical Program​ section.

 

Source

http://www.rhinelanderchamber.com/location-and-transportation

 

Road Travel

The distance to Chicago is approximately 330 miles; to Minneapolis, 240 miles; to Madison, 200 miles; and to Milwaukee, approximately 240 miles. U.S. Highway 51 is a primary north-south artery, linking Oneida County to Interstates 90 and 94 in south-central Wisconsin.

 

U.S. Highway 8 is the major east-west corridor through the county, providing access to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and Minneapolis/St. Paul. U.S. Highway 45, traversing the eastern edge of the county, is a second north-south route between Wisconsin’s Fox River Valley and the Upper Peninsula.

 

Air Travel (listed in order of increasing distance from Rhinelander)


Regional / National Airports

 

The Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport (RHI) (http://www.fly-rhi.org/) is located in Rhinelander, Wisconsin and is the largest airport serving Oneida County and the surrounding counties, plus a sizeable portion of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The airport is currently served by SkyWest Airlines dba Delta Connection with flights to/from Minneapolis (MSP). Distance from Rhinelander: 3 miles.

 

The Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA) (https://www.fly-cwa.org) is a regional non-hub airport located in Mosinee, Wisconsin roughly equidistant between Stevens Point and Wausau. The airport is currently served by three airlines: Delta, American and United with flights to/from Chicago-O’Hare (ORD), Detroit (DTW), and Minneapolis (MSP). Distance from Rhinelander: 73 miles.

 

The Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB) (http://www.flygrb.com) is a regional airport located in the villages of Ashwaubenon and Hobart, just on the outskirts of Green Bay, Wisconsin. The airport is currently served by three airlines: Delta, American and United with flights to/from Chicago-O’Hare (ORD), Detroit (DTW), and Minneapolis (MSP). Distance from Rhinelander: 130 miles.

 

The Duluth International Airport (DLH) (http://duluthairport.com) is a regional airport located in Duluth, Minnesota. The airport is currently served by two airlines: Delta and United with flights to/from Chicago-O’Hare (ORD), Detroit (DTW), and Minneapolis (MSP). Distance from Rhinelander: 190 miles.

 

The Dane County Regional Airport (MSN) (https://www.msnairport.com) is a regional airport located in Madison, Wisconsin. The airport is currently served by four airlines: Delta, American, United, and Frontier with flights to/from 14 airports throughout the United States. Distance from Rhinelander: 200 miles.

 

International Airports

 

The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) (https://www.mspairport.com/) is located 230 miles from Rhinelander.

 

The General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) (https://www.mitchellairport.com/) is located 250 miles from Rhinelander.

 

The Chicago-O’Hare International Airport (ORD) (http://www.flychicago.com) is located 320 miles from Rhinelander.