About The Airport
Opened in 1972, Kansas City International Airport's innovative "drive-to-gate" design minimizes the distance from curb to aircraft, making it optimal for passengers and airlines. All three terminals recently underwent a top-to-bottom overhaul that yielded a new look and also much-improved amenities for passengers and airlines alike.
KCI not only draws from a local market base, but the low air fares and variety of carriers bring travelers from markets 200 miles away and beyond. This demand yields more than 11 million passengers per year. Low airport fees yield an industry-low cost per passenger, making it an affordable airport for airlines.
Passenger airlines wishing to learn more information about Kansas City and Kansas City International Airport may contact Justin Meyer, Manager of Air Service Development at firstname.lastname@example.org