Kansas City MCI Airport Overview

Kansas City International Airport MCI serves its City and surrouding Platte County in the State of Missouri (a sharp bend in the Missouri River surrounds the Airport). Due to its mid-continent location, most U.S.Airports can be reached within a two- to three-hour flight.  A freqent business flyer notes that MCI is his favored 'great little airport, easy to navigate'.

MCI Airport is about 15 miles from downtown Kansas City,  accessible via Interstate Hwy I-29 (Exit 13  - its access road merges with a cirle road around the terminals and parking facilities). 

MCI Airport has two runways, an estimated 9.6 milllion passengers a year, and is served by major airlines offering numerous nonstop flights across the U.S. and to Toronto, Canada, with connections worldwide.

NOTE:  As of mid-November 2015 - Allegiant airline will start nonstop services to Orlando Sanford SFB, Punta Gorda PGD & St. Pete-Clerawater PIE.

Kansas City Airport currently has Terminals A, B & C.

Present & future Airport developments: In June 2014 the City's airport advisory board published their official recommendation to proceed with a single terminal design. Further planning will continue into 2015/16.  Upon start of construction, US Airways and United will move from Terminal C to Terminal A - while Terminal C will receive 'modest improvements'.

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