When you meet in Wichita, not only will you discover Wichita’s state-of-the-art Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport a breeze to navigate, but you’ll find the airport itself is serviced by all major air carriers with easy nonstop flights into the city. From as far west as California and Washington, north to Minnesota and southeast to Florida, travelers can arrive in the Air Capital of the World nonstop from 14 U.S. cities. Here are the airlines offering nonstop flights.
Southwest, the world’s largest low-cost carrier, offers a few flight options directly into Wichita. St. Louis passengers can enjoy a short flight duration of about an hour and a half. Those flying from Denver can arrive in about the same amount of time. On Saturdays, Southwest Airlines offers nonstop flights into Wichita from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and Las Vegas.
With its hub located at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, American Airlines flies nonstop to the Air Capital of the World several times a day from the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. Those commuting from Chicago on the carrier can be in Wichita on a nonstop flight in just under two hours.
Travelers who don’t want to commute the 10 hours by car from Chicago or seven hours from Denver can get on a nonstop flight with United Airlines. The flight time from Chicago is just two hours while a flight from Denver is just under 90 minutes. In under two hours, United will bring travelers to Wichita from Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Delta Air Lines
Atlanta travelers can choose from several nonstop flights and arrive in Wichita in just over two hours. The airline also offers one flight per day nonstop from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, allowing travelers to be here in less than two hours versus the nine-hour drive.
Low-cost air carrier Allegiant Air offers nonstop service to Wichita on select days. Travel to Wichita seasonally from three locations in Florida, including the St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport, Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport and the Orlando-Sanford International Airport – or fly from Las Vegas, the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport or seasonally from Los Angeles.
Commuters can board a plane at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and arrive in Wichita in about three and a half hours.
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