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Cheap Flights from Denver International to Kansas City Downtown

Flight information Denver International to Kansas City Downtown

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From the thin, sweet air of Denver’s mountains to the flat fields of America’s heartland. There are 558 miles between Denver and Kansas City. If you’re flying non-stop, you can expect to make the trip with about an hour and forty minutes spent in the air.

 

United, Frontier and Southwest Airlines each have full-loaded schedules from Denver International (DEN) to Kansas City International (MCI). Put them all together, and you’ve got a minimum of 9 daily direct flights to choose from.

 

Making your way to Denver International (DEN)

The much-admired Denver Airport is attractive, comfortable, and completely user-friendly. It all centers around the main Jeppesen Terminal, which was designed to look like a snow-capped mountain range. It houses all ticketing, check-in and security functions for the whole airport.

 

Once you’re all checked in and screened, you’ll hop onto the rapid peoplemover, which will whisk you off to one of the three parallel concourses: A, B, or C. Once you’ve found your gate, you can enjoy the fine local food and drink on offer at one of the great restaurants, like Root Down, and indulge in the free WiFi. Pet lovers will be happy to know that this is an especially pet-friendly space. There’s a dedicated and specially designed pet relief area, and a super swank boarding facility on site, with perks like flat screen TVs and pools.

 

Your public transportation option is the Skyride bus service, which operates five routes throughout the city. Depending on where you begin, you fare will set you back between $9 and $13.

 

Arriving in Kansas City

Kansas City may be humble beside some of the country’s big urban centers, but it has a lot going for it. This jewel of the Midwest boasts as many fountains as Rome and it manages to be both pretty and enormously friendly.

 

The museums are great, with many unique exhibits. For something completely out of the ordinary, check out the Steamboat Arabia Museum. The original Arabia sank more than a century ago, but parts of it have been reconstructed here, with incredible artifacts from the 1800s.

 

History buffs will need to pay a visit to the wonderfully moving World War I museum. Art lovers will find a lot to admire in the grand halls of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and admission is free.

 

Of course, Kansas City has a wonderful reputation for BBQ and Blues, and the best thing to do is to find a spot devoted to both. The “Burnt Ends” at BB’s Lawnside Blues and BBQ are worth the trip.

 

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