Location

Positioned in the Heart of America, Kansas City’s central location makes it easily accessible by interstates and highways, as well as a quick flight from just about anywhere in the nation. And once you arrive, everything is within reach.

 
Kansas City’s location has been an asset to meeting planners for years. But it’s also a huge advantage for the attendees. In fact, more than 55 million Americans can get to Kansas City in less than a day’s drive. And flying here is even easier—as Kansas City International Airport is just a three-hour flight away from each coast. All major U.S. air carriers serve KCI, which offers hundreds of daily flights to more than 50 nonstop destinations, both domestic and international.
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NEW KCI SINGLE-TERMINAL LANDS IN EARLY 2023

Fit for the modern traveler, the new single-terminal at Kansas City International Airport will debut in early 2023 and feature 39 gates, updated amenities and new dining options, all with the convenience current travelers know and love.

FLYING TO KC

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Kansas City is the most centrally located major metropolitan area in the United States, making it accessible from nearly anywhere in the nation. If you're flying, Kansas City is just a three-hour flight from either coast.

KC straddles the Missouri-Kansas state line, sometimes causing travelers to wonder which state they are in. You’re not alone! Here are a few tips to help: If you are west of State Line Road, you are in Kansas. If you are east of it, you are in Missouri. Follow the Missouri River to the north, and if you are west of it, you are in Kansas. East of it, you’re in Missouri. 

KANSAS CITY'S BIG THREE

Jazz, Barbecue and Fountains

One of America's Coolest Cities. Kansas City I love you.

Andrew Zimmern, Travel Channel