In the center of it all describes so much more than Kansas City’s geography. A convenient location for leisure and business travelers alike, KC’s central setting means it’s not only easily accessible by interstates and highways, it’s also a quick flight from just about anywhere across the nation. This accessibility lends to its undeniable energy, too—whether it’s a national touring act stopping in for a one-off performance, a family reunion looking for the perfect midway meeting point or the meeting planner trying to please everyone.
America's most centrally located major metropolitan area
Hundreds of daily flights with nonstop service to more than 50 destinations
55 million people within a day's drive
Note: Due to ongoing construction and improvements at Kansas City International Airport, travelers are encouraged to allow for extra time and to be mindful of changing traffic patterns. Click here for more information.
KANSAS CITY’S PROGRESSIVE ACCESSIBILITY EFFORTS
Kansas City is rapidly becoming one of the nation’s most welcoming cities for visitors with disabilities. Starting with an airport that’s considered exceptionally user-friendly to a mass transit system that just added a new Downtown streetcar line with convenient accessibility for all users, the City is keenly aware of the needs of all travelers.Read