Passenger traffic at Kansas City International Airport was 2 percent higher in March compared with a year earlier as spring break traveling provided a seasonal boost.
The Kansas City Aviation Department reported that 826,975 travelers passed through KCI in March.
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In addition, passenger boardings at KCI were up 1.9 percent from March 2013.
Southwest Airlines, which provides the most service at KCI, and Delta Air Lines, which is No. 2 in terms of service, both reported increases in passenger traffic for the month, the Aviation Department said.