Kansas City International
Located 15 miles (24km) northwest of Kansas City in Missouri, Kansas City International Airport is a mid-sized facility serving more than 10 million passengers each year. There are direct flights to Kansas City International Airport from numerous international destinations as well as major US cities.
Originally called Mid-Continent International Airport, Kansas City International Airport has three main terminals and is consistently rated among the top airports in North America. Friendly staff and efficient processing times make the facility easy to navigate, and a variety of shops and restaurants provide entertainment while waiting for flights.
The airport is situated 15 miles (24km) northwest of Kansas City.
Getting to the city
The Metro Bus provides transport to the city centre for $1.50, and shuttle buses link the airport with several hotels in the Kansas City metropolitan area. Taxis and rental cars are also available.
GMT -6 (GMT -5 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).
Tel: +1 816 243 5237.
Car rental companies include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz and National.
Taxis can be organised from the courtesy telephones in the baggage reclaim areas.
Transfer between terminals
A free shuttle service runs between the three terminals, leaving approximately every 15 minutes.
Facilities include ATMs, internet access, bars, restaurants, shops, business centres and pet relief areas. Disabled facilities are good; passengers are advised to contact their airline in advance.
Garage Parking costs $3 for each hour up to a daily maximum of $22. Circle Parking has the same hourly rate, but costs only $15 per day. Economy Parking costs $7 per day. Free shuttles connect the more distant lots to the terminals.
Kansas City International Airport has free wifi.
Airline lounges including the American Airlines Admirals Club and Delta Crown Room Club provide business services and conference facilities for passengers.
Kansas City International Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.