KCl Airport Reports June 2022 Passenger Traffic | New
The Kansas City Department of Aviation reports that 930,959 passengers arrived and departed through the gates of Kansas City International Airport in June, an increase of 15.8% from June 2021. Boarding passenger numbers increased by 15.5%, with a total of 461,278 boarding, according to a press release from the city’s aviation department. Release.
Boarding since the beginning of the year is 2,274,506, up 47.9%. Since the beginning of the year, the total number of inbound and outbound passengers stands at 4,552,978, up 48.2%.
Air cargo tonnages, which include both cargo and mail moved by air, for all carriers at Kansas City International rose 14.3% in June with a total of 21.9 million pounds handled.
Year-to-date, 127.2 million pounds have been handled, up 23.8%. Airfreight handled at Kansas City International in June was 21.7 million pounds, up 14.5% year-over-year. Since the beginning of the year, air freight is up 23.3% with a total of 125.6 million pounds handled. Air mail for June was down 11.9% from June 2021 with 142,651 books handled. Since the beginning of 2022, air mail is up 77.7% compared to 2021 with 1,557,228 books processed.
The number of aircraft departures scheduled on peak days for June 2022 was 136. The service was offered to 45 markets nonstop. There were an average of 35,402 scheduled inbound and outbound seats in the market each day. All-cargo carriers reported 9 daily departures in June.