Thursday, December 17, 2020

Kansas City Airline Industry Crashes

This cowtown had big plans to attract airline biz before the pandemic. Now, the industry has been DECIMATED by COVID-19. It'll be while before a triumphant return and for now the somewhat friendly skies of KCMO remain in a holding pattern.

Check-it . . .

KCI reports nearly 63% drop in passenger traffic in November

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City International Airport continued to report lower passenger traffic in November, even with a bump in travel over the Thanksgiving holiday. The Kansas City, Missouri, Aviation Department said Thursday that 340,342 passengers traveled through KCI's gates in November, a nearly 63% decrease from November 2019.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess we won’t be needing that new airport now.

Anonymous said...

how will we ever sell overpriced real estate if we don't have 3 vino bars at the new airport?

Anonymous said...

I’m guessing that when China joe and his hoe take office it will be down to zero percent, he’s already said as much.

Anonymous said...


Gee no kidding I can't imagine why.

Anonymous said...

No more 25 million visitors?

Alpinista said...

Rich people live in a Socialist Country, so don't worry, the airlines will survive, because rich people want to fly.

In a Socialist Country, you get what you want, while in a Capitalist Country, you get what the market will give you.

Tab said...

Yet the progressives boondoggle with hire by race, not by skill level keeps being funded.

Anonymous said...

Turn the terminal over to the dirty dog, they are still runnin.

Anonymous said...

And the rest of the world is using the down time to complete major capital improvements at airports. The finances are in order for the airport and the airport construction. Leveraging the pandemic is the better options. Continuing to babble on about an ancient airport, not...

Anonymous said...

Still down 63% year-over-year, and Coronavirus co-conspirators/planners Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci are currently telling folks that it won't be over till mid-2022.

Sylvester James, Troy Schulte, and Jolie Justus placed a millstone of death around KCMO's financial neck with the forced airport project.

Remember the small number of people who spoke out publicly against the bad idea? Have you noticed that local media have been cowards in not publicly apologizing to them and offering belated praise?