There are 131 airports in Missouri for public use. The airports
in Missouri aspire to world standards because of their technological
expertise and friendly service. The airports in Missouri are important as they
are important connecting points of much of mid-western and northern USA.
The international airports in Missouri are the Kansas City
International Airport and the Lambert-St. Louis
Kansas City International Airport
Kansas City International Airport
Kansas City International Airport (MCI) (originally
called Mid-Continent International Airport) is a public airport located 15 miles northwest of downtown Kansas City in Platte County, Missouri. In 2017,
the airport served 11.50 million passengers.
The airport is 10,680 acres and features three runways. The airport had 194,969 aircraft operations
in 2007, an average of 534 per day.
There are facilities to service and repair aircraft as large as the Boeing 747.
MCI is an important
connecting point for many American fliers. Nearly 10 million passengers use the
services of this airport annually. The amenities available at this airport
include many eateries conveniently located at different concourses, business
centers, ATMs, news and gifts shops, and easy baggage claim. The airport is also
disabled-friendly and has TTY phones, Braille signage, visual paging monitors
St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL),
Previously Lambert–St. Louis International Airport, an international airport
that serves St. Louis, Missouri. It is situated 14 miles northwest of downtown St. Louis in unincorporated St. Louis County between Berkeley and Bridgeton.
Most often referred to as Lambert Field or simply Lambert, it is the largest and busiest airport in Missouri with over 270 daily departures to
more than 80 domestic and international locations.
The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport sees millions of
people use its services annually. There are many amenities available at this
airport such as ATMs, retail shops, shoe shine shops, coffee shops, chapel,
smoking booths, post-office, a bank, a bar and restaurants and ice cream stores.
The airport also provides assistance to the disabled.
Springfield–Branson National Airport (SGF) (previously
called Springfield–Greene County Airport, Springfield Municipal Airport, and Springfield–Branson Regional Airport) is a public airport
situated about five miles northwest of Springfield, Missouri, in Greene County. The airport
provides non-stop service to thirteen U.S. cities.
SGF is 2,750 acres and features two runways: 14/32, asphalt/concrete, 8,000 x 150 ft and 2/20, concrete, 7,003 x 150 ft .
Airlines serving this airport are
Delta Connection and
Columbia Regional Airport
Columbia Regional Airport Photo by Turpial Development
Columbia Regional Airport (COU) is a public city owned airport
situated about 10 nautical miles southeast of the central business district of Columbia in Boone County, Missouri.
COU is the only commercial airport in the Mid-Missouri region, it is served by two commercial airlines
(American Eagle and
United Express) and also provides general aviation services.
It is also frequently used for charter flights by college athletic teams visiting the University of Missouri and for MU team flights to other destinations.
- List of US Airlines
One can book the tickets of these airlines online by visiting their respective
sites. Some airlines also offer special fares and discounts for online booking
of their tickets.
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