Effective Saturday, March 3, United will operate flights out of terminals A and C until the combined carrier moves to a new location in Terminal A this summer. 

All of the former nonstop flights that Continental operated will be branded as United, but will remain in Terminal C. United will continue to operate its existing nonstop destinations from Terminal A. 

Terminal A will serve Unitedís nonstop flights to Chicago-OíHare (ORD), Denver (DEN), San Francisco (SFO) and Washington-Dulles (IAD). 

Terminal C will serve Unitedís nonstop flights to Cleveland (CLE), Houston Intercontinental (IAH) and Newark (EWR).

Since one might connect before arriving at a final destination, United customers and meeters/greeters need to know the connecting city to determine the correct departure terminal. If a traveler is departing and connecting, the first connecting city will dictate the outbound terminal. For incoming flights, the last city departed will dictate the KCI terminal for those arriving passengers. 

Terminal A
Terminal C