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Cheap Flights to Kansas City International

Straddling two states, with Missouri on one side and Kansas on the other, Kansas City is a big, friendly, and deeply cultured Midwestern city. “The Heart of America” has produced some of the best BBQ and blues music the world has ever seen. Once an important stop on the Oregon Trail, Kansas City retains a pioneer flavor and strong links to history.

Flights to Kansas City

Kansas City International Airport (MCI) consistently ranks in the top five in the North America Airport Satisfaction Study. It’s small and easy to navigate, with a unique layout that means you can park close to your gate.

There are three terminals, each in the shape of a ring, with a parking lot inside the ring. Frequent buses transport passengers between terminals. MCI serves about 10 million passengers a year. It’s served by all the major American airlines. Delta and Southwest both have many flights to Kansas City, making it simple to track down cheap tickets.

What to do in Kansas City

Kansas City may not be the flashiest metropolis, but it is charming, bustling, and very pretty, with as many fountains as Rome. It’s an inviting place to spend some time, and there are plenty of things to do. Stroll, shop, pay a visit to some of its many wonderful museums. The deeply moving World War I Museum and the exceptional Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art could each easily take up a whole day. The Steam Boat Arabia Museum is unique and full of artifacts from the 1800s, entertainingly presented.

In the evening, there’s no better feeling than to find a great BBQ spot, plunk yourself down, and get up to your elbows in sauce. It’s even better if there’s live jazz playing. The influence Kansas City has had on jazz and blues around the world is legendary, and that legacy lives on. We recommend BB’s Lawnside Blues and BBQ. Order yourself up a plate of “burnt ends”.

Advice to Tourists Visiting Kansas City

All four seasons make a strong showing in Kansas. In typical Midwestern fashion, summers can be blistering while winters can be harsh. When you visit will depend on what activities you’d like to do, but summer is the most popular time. Autumn is a pretty safe bet. The temperatures have cooled off to the low 80s by late September, humidity is dropping, and you get reliably blue skies. The 18th and Vine Jazz and Blues Festival is on in October, and that’s also when the midwestern harvest festivals ramp up.

No matter when you decide to visit Kansas city, you can find yourself the best deals by using Skyscanner’s free hotel and car rental price comparison tools.  


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