Kansas City International Airport continued its streak of 22 consecutive months of growth. More than 733,700 passengers arrived and departed through KCI’s gates in February, up nearly 9 percent from February 2015.
Kansas City International Airport continued its streak of 22 consecutive months of growth. More than 733,700 passengers arrived and departed through KCI’s gates in February, up nearly 9 percent from February 2015. File photo
Kansas City International Airport continued its streak of 22 consecutive months of growth. More than 733,700 passengers arrived and departed through KCI’s gates in February, up nearly 9 percent from February 2015. File photo

KCI sees another jump in passenger traffic

February 23, 2016 11:58 AM

UPDATED February 23, 2016 02:04 PM

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