Kansas City Aviation Department: Missourians might need to show an alternative form of acceptable identification for commercial air travel after January 21, 2019

Kansas City, MO, 2018-Sep-14 — /Travel PR News/ — The Kansas City Aviation Department wants to allay concerns travelers may have that they must use a U.S. passport to board their flights after October 10. For now, they have through January 21, 2019. The Department of Homeland Security’s REAL ID program mandates that state-issued IDs and driver’s licenses… Read the full press release

Jade Liska promoted to Deputy Director of Aviation – Planning & Engineering at Kansas City Aviation Department

Kansas City, MO, 2018-Mar-16 — /Travel PR News/ — The City of Kansas City, Mo., Aviation Department is pleased to announce that Jade Liska has been promoted to the position of Deputy Director of Aviation – Planning & Engineering. The Aviation Department owns and operates Kansas City International Airport and Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport…. Read the full press release

Melissa Cooper becomes Manager of the Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport

Kansas City , 2017-Apr-22 — /Travel PR News/ — The Kansas City Aviation Department is pleased to announce the transition of Melissa Cooper, A.A.E., to a new role as Manager of the Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport (IATA: MKC). Cooper is now responsible for the overall operation and management of the airport in the heart of… Read the full press release

Kansas City Aviation Department partners with KCP&L to install 27 two-plug EV charging stations in parking lots at Kansas City International Airport

Kansas, MO, 2017-Jan-13 — /Travel PR News/ — Kansas City travelers who own electric vehicles can be even more charged up about their next trip! No longer will they need to worry if their vehicle batteries have enough charge to drive home when they land. That’s because the Kansas City Aviation Department has teamed up… Read the full press release

Kansas City International Airport announced roadwork begun at Terminal C loop road on July 22

2013-07-25 — /travelprnews.com/ — Weather permitting, on Monday, July 22 contractors will begin work on the Terminal C loop road at Kansas City International Airport. The pre-scheduled work will pave the way for the Kansas City Aviation Department’s target of closing Terminal A by year end to accommodate impending airline mergers and to save money on… Read the full press release