Kansas City airport has third busiest year in its history in 2019
MISSOURI's Kansas City International Airport air cargo tonnage in 2019 was down 0
MISSOURI's Kansas City International Airport air cargo tonnage in 2019 was down 0.2 per cent year on year to 212 million pounds, but increased 1.1 per cent 18.1 million pounds through the month of December.
The airport posted a decrease of 0.5 per cent drop to 11,795,635 passengers in 2019 and 0.3 per fewer passengers in the month of December to 945,136, said the Kansas City, Mo., Aviation Department.
'Kansas City International Airport experienced its third busiest year since opening in 1972 and its second busiest December in airport history,' said Pat Klein, director of aviation. 'We thank our customers for flying and our airline partners for providing air service throughout the US and beyond.'