Passenger traffic at Kansas City International Airport for February was up 4 percent. But air travelers nationwide had to contend with increases in lost bags, late flights, missed connections and overbooking.
Passenger traffic at Kansas City International Airport for February was up 4 percent. But air travelers nationwide had to contend with increases in lost bags, late flights, missed connections and overbooking. CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star
Passenger traffic at Kansas City International Airport for February was up 4 percent. But air travelers nationwide had to contend with increases in lost bags, late flights, missed connections and overbooking. CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star

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