Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT) is the largest airport in Kansas and ranks as the 94th largest airport in the U.S. Wichita Eisenhower National Airport leads the state in air service with six airlines and nonstop service to 14 destinations (as of September 2022). Each day roughly 33 flights depart Wichita reaching 975 domestic cities and about 90 international cities with one stop. The average domestic airfare at ICT is $368.61 (Q1 2022). 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 ICT||645,352|
|Manhattan Regional Airport MHK||57,177|
|Garden City Regional Airport GCK||23,779|
|Salina Regional Airport SLN||19,580|
|Hays Regional Airport HYS||10,721|
|Dodge City Regional Airport||7,707|
Wichita Dwight D Eisenhower National Airport
In 2016, an independent marketing group, Phoenix Marketing Group, ranked ICT as the 4th Best Small Hub Airport in the U.S. In June 2015, ICT opened a convenient new terminal, parking garage and rental car center with modern amenities.
In 2020, Wichita Eisenhower National Airport was voted the 3rd Best Small Airport in the U.S. by USA Today Readers Choice.
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 33 daily flights on 6 airlines (Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines) to 14 non-stop destinations. Non-stop destinations from Wichita include:
- Las Vegas
- Orlando-Sanford (Seasonal)
- Los Angeles (Seasonal)
- St. Louis
- Tampa-St. Petersburg (Seasonal)
- Destin (Seasonal)