Marquette Sawyer International Airport MQT
serves Michigan's Upper Peninsula. To pay tribute to local aviation history, the airport features an Aviation Wall of Fame that honors area residents who made significant contributions in the field of flight. It includes a memorial display case for aeronautical engineer Clarence Kelly Johnson who designed many cutting-edge military planes like the high-flying U-2 reconnaissance plane.
Sawyer Airport is located between the cities of Marquette and Gwinn - accessible via State Hwy 41 (take exit to 94 West) - and is situated between Lake Michigan and Lake Superior.
The Airport is open 4am-midnight.
With a yearly estimate of 78K passengers, Sawyer International Airport is currently served by Delta (800-221-1212) and American Eagle (800-433-7300) to some major U.S. hubs, offering worldwide connections.
The passenger terminal at Sawyer International Airport
with high ceilings is spacious and airy, with comfortable seating and carpeting, clean and large restrooms, and offers the following amenities: Free WiFi access (SawyerFreeWifi); the 'Touch N' Go' food concession, vending machines, an ATM machine, free baggage carts, a U.S. mailbox, telephones (incl. TDD), and television. Rental car counters in the arrivals area are open 8am-midnight.