ASHWAUBENON - After Sunday's game, there were plenty of fans from around around the country hitting the roads or taking to the skies.
Austin Straubel International Airport in Ashwaubenon is anticipating heavier traffic as fans head home Sunday and Monday.
Airline officials, along with the TSA, are asking travelers to allow the full 75-to-90 minute arrival time at the airport, prior to their scheduled departure time.
This will allow enough time to get through security and board the flight.
"The fans who are coming into town will know to be at the airport in plenty of time, but the local business traveler, who's anticipating leaving early in the morning, should make to remember that this is not going to be a usual Monday morning at Austin Straubel, and that there's going to be a lot of fans trying to get out of town. The lines are going to be longer and that they should allow extra time in order to clear security and get to the gate," said Austin Straubel Airport director, Tom Miller.
Airport officials also said that additional TSA officials will be on hand Monday morning to make sure passengers get through security more quickly.
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