Oh my beloved, Kansas City. There are positives about this airport, mainly the convenience of security and parking. But what it has in ease, it gives up in amenities. With a new expansion planned for the next few years to likely consolidate the terminals into one main terminal, hopefully it will get better, so that this destination gets the airport it deserves.
It’s slowly getting there because big aviation news, KC is getting their first transtlantic flight! Icelandair is going to be flying a route from MCI to Reykjavik (KEF), which is hopefully the start of more to come.
This airport has three terminals located about 15 miles from downtown, although currently A is closed. B houses Delta and Southwest from 20 gates. C has 22 gates serving Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Spirit, Frontier, United. The food isn’t great here, which is a shame since KC has great food. There is an Arthur Bryant’s in Terminal C which is probably the lone bright spot. Pork and Pickle has decent sandwiches and BBQ in Terminal B.
Remember: ✈️ = put me out of my missouri to ✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️ = missouri loves company
Convenience to the city: ✈️ (it’s actually pretty far from downtown, but luckily traffic is never that bad)
Ease of navigating through terminals: ✈️
Convenience of check in/security lines: ✈️✈️✈️✈️ (can be quick, each area has its own security)
Dining: ✈️✈️ (Usual fare Burger King, Quizno’s, CPK, Starbucks. Arthur Bryant’s is the only local flavor)
Bathrooms: ✈️✈️✈️ (the stall doors open out, and that’s huge for luggage purposes)
Charging stations/wifi: ✈️✈️✈️ (free wifi available)
Amenities: ✈️ (not much at all)