Kansas City International Airport was built in 1972 by Kivett & Myers, but heavily influenced and designed by TWA (Trans World Airlines), who had plans to move their hub to the future airport. Marketed as "the Airport of the Future," the design was pretty much a failure from the beginning (thanks to TWA's influence).
Saturday, October 07, 2017
Kansas City Housewife Considers #NewKCI
A perfectly valid, if not wordy, opinion on the new airport proposal from one of the may voters out there who is far too accepting of City Hall propaganda and cute drawings. Read more on this important perspective from a local who might not realize how corrupt this process has been from the outset. Checkit: