Waukesha County

Waukesha County Airport Food Truck Fridays Return Friday, June 3

Waukesha County Airport will host its first Food Truck Friday of the season on Friday, June 3, 11 am-1:30 pm. Featured food trucks this week are Denson’s Catering and Sandwich Sisters. This is a free-entry family-friendly event hosted outside the airport terminal building inside the Waukesha County Airport at 2525 Aviation Drive.


The public is welcome to join the aviation community every Friday for lunch from different food trucks from 11 am-1:30 pm, from June 3 through September 2, with the exception of July 1. Attractions include food trucks, airplanes, listening to the air traffic control tower, music and fundraising for local non-profit organizations. A portion of food truck sales will go to the non-profit organization of the day. Come support these organizations in our community and enjoy your favorite food truck eats while plane spotting!


Our non-profit partner and volunteer crew this week is Custom Canines Service Dog Academy. They are a non-profit organization powered by wonderful volunteers and dedicated to raising, training and giving service dogs to individuals with disabilities, free of charge. In so doing, they enable people to live fuller lives of courage and passion with their canine partners at their side. Custom Canines volunteers will be bringing dogs with them to engage with those attending.  


All food trucks, food options and non-profit partner organizations listed on the airport website are subject to change and food prices are set by the food trucks.


More information about Food Truck Fridays food truck schedule, menus (when available), and the non-profit partner organization of the day can be found by visiting https://www.waukeshacounty.gov/Airport/airportevents/ or the airport’s social media accounts.


Waukesha County Airport ranks among the top 4% of General Aviation Airports in the United States. With 70,000 annual aircraft operations, the airport provides an $81 million economic impact to the surrounding community and supports nearly 1,000 jobs.