What Airports are There in Kansas?
From outer space to aerospace, aviation in Kansas continues to be at the forefront of a dynamically developing industry. Kansas continues to play a key role in the impact of aviation on our culture, history and economy. There are 138 public use airports in the state, of which 7 are commercial and 131 are general aviation airports, plus 197 private airports and 32 helipads. Combined, Kansas airports, aviation manufacturing, and airport and aviation jobs account for $20.6 billion in economic activity. Through innovation, research and manufacturing, the state continues to serve as an example of the American spirit. Kansas Aviation is leading the way thanks to its willingness to look beyond the limits of the possible, paving the way for the next generation.
The largest international airport in Kansas is Dwight Eisenhower Wichita National Airport with 812,252 passengers per year, and the smallest airport is Topeka Regional Airport with 2,965 passengers per year. Dwight Eisenhower National Airline Wichita operates flights on arrival time by 79.68% compared to the average flights on arrival time in the United States by 79.99%. Dwight D. Wichita National Airport Eisenhower’s departure time is 83.94% compared to the US average for departure time of 81.56%.
The total number of passengers from all airports in Kansas is 941316 people per year, which is 0.10981117368624% of the total US air traffic.