Kansas City in 2006
Bid to host the 64th World Science Fiction Convention
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Getting to and from Kansas City

Air Travel

Kansas City International Airport
Eighteen passenger airlines serve Kansas City International Airport, an airport designed for the convenience of air travelers. KCI is refreshing in its lack of congestion and easy accessibility.

Kansas City is a major hub for Southwest Airlines, the premiere low fare air carrier. As a result, Kansas City enjoys some of the lowest air fares in the country

By Car

The Convention Center is just off I-435 on the Southwest corner of the metropolitan area. This site avoids the congestion of downtown Kansas City.
1/2 of the United States is within one day's drive of Kansas City.

Distance to KC

Albuquerque 783 miles
Atlanta 811 miles
Birmingham 758 miles
Chicago 530 miles
Cincinnati 600 miles
Dallas 495 miles
Denver 605 miles
Des Moines 193 miles
Detroit 793 miles
Indianapolis 482 miles
Louisville 514 miles
Memphis 525 miles
Milwaukee 567 miles
Minneapolis 439 miles
Oklahoma City 344 miles
Omaha 185 miles
St. Louis 256 miles
Shreaveport 783 miles


Kansas City is also served by Amtrak.


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Fiction Convention", "Worldcon", "NASFiC" and "Hugo Award" are registered
service marks of the World Science Fiction Society, an unincorporated literary