An old AirTran sign sits in the forgotten terminal (Photo: Giselle Bergmeier)

The Story of Kansas City International Airport: An Inside Look

Built in 1972, Kansas City International Airport was designed to be one of the easiest airports to fly in or out of, for both pilot and passenger. Formerly known as Kansas City Mid-Continent International Airport, the facility, located in Kansas City, Missouri, was once a fan favorite. For pilots, the airport’s website boasts its “uncongested air and ground space, short taxi time, and low weather-related closure/cancellation rate." [caption id="attachment_16510" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] An empty hallway leading to the restrooms (Photo: Giselle…