The Kansas City Aviation Department is dedicated to providing a safe, secure and healthy environment for our travelers and employees at Kansas City International Airport. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Department leaders are in close contact with the Kansas City Health Department and other expert agencies. If there are any related developments, the Department supports those agencies’ efforts.

How to keep yourself safe:
Based on recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as the Kansas City Health Department, the City of Kansas City, Missouri issued a face mask ordinance in effect June 29 through July 12. The ordinance requires the wearing of face (nose and mouth) coverings in all public buildings, including KCI terminals, buildings and buses, where social distancing cannot be maintained. The ordinance may be extended beyond July 12 if medical experts recommend. In addition, the Aviation and Health departments recommend that all KCI Airport patrons continue to practice social distancing and regularly wash their hands. Be sure to arrive early for your flight. New safety precautions are in place, so check-in, screening and boarding processes may take extra time.

How KCI Airport is working to keep you safe.

Learn more about how our partners are dedicated to providing a safe, healthy environment for travelers:

Airlines   

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

Concessionaires  

Rental Car Facility

Kansas City Missouri Health Department

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization 

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services 

Kansas Department of Health and Environment