Explore the Top Airports in Kansas: Why Fly Wichita

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April 24, 2024

Explore the Top Airports in Kansas

Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT) is the largest airport in Kansas and ranks as the 103rd largest airport in the U.S.  Wichita Eisenhower National Airport leads the state in air service with six airlines and nonstop service to 16 destinations (as of January 2024).  Each day roughly 34 flights depart Wichita reaching 975 domestic cities and about 90 international cities with one stop.  The average domestic itinerary airfare at ICT is $437 (Q4 2023).   Other Kansas airports offering commercial service include Garden City Regional (GCK), Manhattan Regional (MHK), Dodge City Regional (DDC), Hays Regional (HYS), and Salina Regional (SLN).

Kansas Commercial Airports

Wichita Eisenhower National Airport ICT863,141
Manhattan Regional Airport MHK46,792
Garden City Regional Airport GCK27,725
Salina Regional Airport SLN15,910
Hays Regional Airport HYS12,030
Dodge City Regional Airport5,994

Wichita Dwight D Eisenhower National Airport

USA Today’s Readers Choice ranked ICT as the 3rd Best Small Hub Airport in the U.S. in 2020 and 2023.  In June 2015, ICT opened a convenient new terminal, parking garage and rental car center with modern amenities.

Wichita Eisenhower National Airport is easy to get to, located off I-235 and US 54/400 in Wichita.

ICT offers the ICT Rewards program, where passengers earn points for free parking.

The Wichita-based airport currently offers an average of 34 daily flights on 6 airlines (Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines) to 16 non-stop destinations. Non-stop destinations from Wichita include:

  • Seattle
  • Las Vegas
  • Phoenix
  • Phoenix-Mesa
  • Chicago
  • Dallas
  • Atlanta
  • Minneapolis
  • St. Louis
  • Denver
  • Houston
  • Tampa-St. Petersburg (Seasonal)
  • Destin (Seasonal)
  • Miami (Seasonal)
  • Orlando-Sanford (Seasonal)
  • Los Angeles (Seasonal)

Current Hot Fares on Flights from Wichita KS

Traveling by plane out of Wichita, Kansas, offers several benefits that can enhance your travel experience. Here are some key advantages:

  1. Convenience: Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT) is centrally located and accessible, making it a convenient option for residents in and around Wichita. The airport’s smaller size often means shorter check-in and security lines compared to larger airports.
  2. Nonstop flights: ICT offers nonstop flights to major hubs such as Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago, Denver, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Houston, Washington, DC (DCA) Seattle,  St. Louis and Atlanta. These nonstop flights can reduce overall travel time and the hassle of layovers.
  3. Economic Efficiency: Flying from a local airport can often be more economical in terms of travel costs and time. Driving to another regional airports adds time, costs, and stress.
  4. Comfort and Services: Despite its smaller size, Wichita’s airport offers a comfortable and efficient travel experience with amenities such as dining options, shopping, and free WiFi.
  5. Accessibility to Remote Destinations: Air travel from Wichita can significantly ease access to remote or otherwise hard-to-reach destinations that are not as easily accessible by car, bus, or train.
  6. Safety: Air travel remains one of the safest modes of transportation. Traveling from a well-maintained airport like Wichita’s can provide passengers with peace of mind.

Choosing to fly out of Wichita, therefore, offers a balance of convenience, efficiency, and service that can make both domestic and international travel easier and more enjoyable.

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