Kansas Airport

Kansas City International Airport was built in Kansas City, Missouri in 1972.  It has three runways and can accommodate up to 139 aircraft operations per hour.  Since the departure gates are located mere steps from the curb, the easy terminal access and low number of flight delays have established its position as one of the most convenient commercial airports in the world.

Facilities

The Kansas City International Airport complex spans more than 10,000 acres of land.  Free wifi is available throughout the airport, and there are over a dozen different locations for you to have a nice bite to eat during your visit.  There are also several shops for you to purchase gifts, books and magazines, as well as a PGA Tour Shop if you happened to leave your golf clubs at home!

Terminals

Kansas City International Airport provides non-stop service to 49 cities in the United States, Canada and Mexico. You can move from terminal to terminal to make your connections by utilizing the complimentary RED BUS that provides transport from stops that are marked with signs that say “Red Inter-Terminal Connection.” Kansas City International Airport contains three terminals for flights that service a number of airlines:

  • Terminal A – Servicing Air Canada, United, and US Airways
  • Terminal B – Servicing AirTran, Delta and Southwest
  • Terminal C – Servicing Frontier, American Airlines, and Continental

Getting To and From the Airport

Once you arrive in Kansas City you have several different options for getting to and from the airport.  Car Hire Kansas Airport includes the following car hire firms:

  • Alamo
  • Avis
  • Budget
  • Dollar Rent A Car
  • Hertz
  • ACE
  • Fox
  • National
  • Thrifty Car Rental
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car

All car hire companies share a gray rental car shuttle that stops at marked shelters at terminal medians. There are also courtesy phones for taxi service inside and outside each terminal at the baggage claim area.

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