Join the debate over KCI terminal replacement

Graphic courtesy Kansas City Public Library.

We know from feedback on our Facebook page that lots of people have opinions about the KCI terminal replacement plan

You can learn more about the topic – and hear from supporters and opponents – at a forum this Thursday.

The forum is sponsored by the Citizens Association and the Kansas City Public Library. It will be moderated by KCPT’s Nick Haines and feature supporter City Councilman Dick Davis and City Councilman Scott Wagner, who has raised questions about the proposal.

Here’s the description from the Citizens Association:
“The perennial tussle about KCI’s passenger convenience vs. security has taken shape as a more than $2 billion proposal to replace KCI’s three terminals with a single terminal as seen in most U. S. airports.  Might it really happen this time? Will passenger convenience suffer? The multi-billion dollar cost supposedly will be paid by the federal government and the airlines, but how will the airlines pass the costs on to us?  With air travel decreasing locally and nationwide, is this a smart move?”


  • Thursday, July 11, 6-8 p.m.
  • Kansas City Public Library, 14 W. 10th Street
  • Complimentary food and beverage reception 6:30
  • RSVP 

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