Green Bay-Austin Straubel International Airport is a county-owned public-use airport in Brown County, Wisconsin, United States. The airport is located 7 miles (13 km) southwest of downtown Green Bay, in the village of Ashwaubenon.
GRB airport is operated by the Brown County Airport Department. It covers an area of 2,441 acres (988 ha) and has two runways.
Airport Stats & Facts
- The airport is named for Lt. Col. Austin Straubel, the first aviator from Brown County to lose his life in his country's service.
- For the twelve-month period ending December 31, 2019, the airport had 44,698 aircraft operations, an average of 122 per day.
Airport Traveling Tips
- Passengers are advised to arrive early, at least one hour and fifteen minutes prior to the departure to allow enough time to locate a parking space, for additional security measures at the ticket counter and security checkpoint, etc.
- Do not forget to carry your photo identification.
- To get through security faster, wear slip-off shoes (no laces) and socks. Avoid belts with metal buckles and metal jewelry. If you have metal implants, bring proof from your doctor.
- Before heading to the airport for a flight, please refer to the GRB Airport map.
Passenger Pickup and Drop-off:
- Passengers can be picked up and dropped off outside the terminal.
- Remember there’s no waiting or stopping allowed at the curbside.
- Visitors who need to wait for the arriving passengers can use the free cell phone lot, located on the right-hand side of the main entrance road, shortly after the Airport entrance. Vehicles shouldn’t be left unattended in the lot.
- For Arriving Flights: Arriving flight status provides Green Bay Straubel Airport arrival times, time-to-land, delays, and gate info.
- For Departing Flights: Departing flight status shows scheduled vs actual departure times, map tracking, gate information, and flight delays.
- Book a flight at GRB Airport, to get the best fares at Green Bay Airport.
Austin Straubel Airport has one main terminal with 2 Concourses - Concourse A and Concourse B.
Concourse A has 6 gates - A1-A6.
Concourse B also has 6 gates - B1-B6.
To see the terminal location, and for more information, please refer to the GRB Terminal Map here.
There are four airlines served at Green Bay GRB Airport - Delta, American Airlines, United Express, and Frontier Airlines.
There are more than 200 short-term parking spaces at GRB Straubel Airport, and there are two entrances to this lot.
Each 1.5 Hour - $1
Daily Maximum - $16
The long-term parking lot has over 1,700 parking spaces, and there are four entrances to this lot.
First Hour - $1
Each Additional Hour - $1
Daily Maximum - $8
Weekly Rate - $40
Passengers can choose among several options for ground transportation, after arriving at the airport. The various options include car rentals, buses, airport shuttles, etc. Also, many passengers opt for ride services like Lyft, Uber, and Taxis.
The car rental area is conveniently located in the main terminal, just next to baggage claim. GRB is home to major car rental companies including Avis/Budget, Enterprise, Hertz, and Alamo/National.
Taxis & Limousines
There are various taxicabs and limousine companies at Green Bay GRB including Ace Cab, Astro Taxi, Bultman Limousine, Native Cab, and more.
Public Transportation is available from the airport to the major nearby locations. Also, it’s one of the most economical options.
Amenities & Services
To help you have a great stay, Green Bay-Austin Airport provides visitors with different amenities and services including:
- Skybox Lounge
- Vending ATM
- Family Area
- Business center
- Restaurant, cafes, and bars
Address: 2077 Airport Dr, Green Bay, WI 54313, USA
Phone: (920) 498 4800 /fax 8799
Green Bay Airport: A Brief History Timeline
- The airport is named for Lt. Col. Austin Straubel, the first aviator from Brown County to lose his life in his country's service on February 3, 1942, after having served for thirteen years in the United States Army Air Corps.
- On August 17, 2016, The airport name was officially changed to Green Bay–Austin Straubel International Airport.
- On February 22, 2018, a Cessna 441 performing a flight from Indianapolis to Green Bay crashed in Carroll County, Indiana.
- In October 2020, there were 112 aircraft based at this airport.