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        The Gift Shop, The LSE News, offers just about everything an air traveler needs. Gifts, magazines, and souvenirs are just a few things to browse through, along with to-go meals, snacks, and Seattle’s best coffee. There are gift shops both pre and post security.

        Shared Ride Van
        Join up with others on a shared ride van, where you can easily explore new places, such as Grandad Bluff, in good company with a licensed van driver.

        Private Van
        Feeling a little stifled with a shared van ride? Rent a private van for a tour of your own choosing. Spend the day with your own group, whether friends or family members, seeking out new adventures in La Crosse.

        Private Sedan
        Rent a car for your own private use and tour through the sights of the Wisconsin atmosphere. The sedan is the perfect size to take your closest companion to Riverside Park for canoeing, kayaking, or hiking.

        Local Personal Drivers
        Get a local’s expert opinion on everything in the city by hiring a local personal driver. The driver will be able to point out the smaller attractions of the city, like the Dahl Auto Museum or the Hixon House.

        Private SUV
        Throughout La Crosse, check out the city from a private SUV so you and your crew can go around the area to enjoy these exciting adventures.

        Taxi Cab
        Need a cab? Give us a call and we’ll send a taxicab to pick you up. It’s an easy way to get from one place to another, no matter if you are out touring by the Pump House Regional Arts Center or the Turtle Stack Brewery.

        Stretched Limousine
        Try out a limousine to make the night stand out even more in La Crosse to add some class to your adventures. Head out at night to see the Best Dam Fishing Float.  

        Bus
        Need a bigger transport to carry you and your companions? Whether you need to go to Mount La Crosse for some skiing or the Riverside Amusement Park, we have buses for use for larger parties and individual bookings alike.

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        La Crosse Airport Shuttles
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        Wisconsin’s La Crosse Regional Airport is conveniently located in the western-central part of the state, making it very easy to commute to from adjoining states Minnesota and Iowa.

        Car rentals are Hertz, Avis, Budget, National, Alamo and Enterprise, all available on site at the airport for your convenience. As for transportation, the airport is linked up with Amtrak trains and Greyhound Bus Lines.

        Travel Guide to La Crosse
        La Crosse’s airport code is LSE and provides non-stop flights to and from three major hubs Minneapolis, Minnesota, Chicago, Illinois and Detroit. La Crosse Regional Airport scheduled flight uses carriers American Airlines and Delta Airlines; however, the airport’s facilities can easily contain Air Force One, today the biggest aircraft going currently. This aircraft has used La Crosse Regional Airport to transport the President of the United States every year for the last twenty years.

        La Crosse has many things to offer in terms of things to do. It seems no matter what time of year a person arrives, there is a festivals going on, like Riverfest and Oktoberfest. In addition, there are many art galleries, museums and performances to see. There are endless outdoor endless activities to get involved in like hiking and fishing and of course there are plenty of wineries and breweries to visit.

        About LSE Airport
        La Crosse Regional Airport offers many amenities for a smaller-sized terminal building. In addition to ample close parking, there are also two charging stations for electric cars, optional credit card payment or traditional cash payment. You are allowed to load and unload curbside easily. Signs are clear and easy-to-read in this three gate airport.

        The terminal has two floors that are large and spacious, that allows you to stretch out and enjoy. There is a cell phone waiting lot, a conference room that can be reserved with optional catering, and free WIFI inside the terminal building. There are also free courtesy telephones on the first floor.

        The restrooms are clean and there are ample vending machines on both sides of the security checkpoints. There was a restaurant inside the terminal (Vinny’s) that closed October 2014 due to the terminal’s rehabilitation project. However, the airport has announced a new restaurant opening in the spring of 2015. There are still limited selections in addition to the vending products in the Gift Shop on site.

        LSE Contact Information
        La Crosse Regional Airport
        2850 Airport Drive
        La Crosse, WI 54603
        Airport Code: LSE