Getting Around Wichita Easy, Affordable
One of the best things about visiting Wichita is our central location. Upon arrival, visitors enjoy how easy it is to get from place to place, whether walking around downtown or driving in the city. With an easy five-to-10-minute drive from the airport to downtown, it’s a luxury to arrive and easily get to where you want to go! Wichita is also easily accessible by car with junctions for I-35 and I-135, and U.S. Highway 81 and U.S. Highway 54/400.
Our state-of-the-art airport Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT) offers 14 nonstop flights to destinations across the U.S. and is serviced by all major air carriers.
Whether you are here for business or pleasure, our Q-Line offers free bus transportation to explore many of Wichita’s popular districts and businesses, including more than 200 downtown shops, restaurants and hotels.
Be sure to check out other options like electric scooters or bike sharing during your visit.
Wichita is three hours southwest of Kansas City, two and a half hours north of Oklahoma City and six hours north of Dallas. Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport is the largest airport in the state and has nonstop service from more than 13 U.S. cities (two are seasonal) on seven major airlines.
Getting around Wichita is easy and convenient. Downtown is a quick 10-minute drive from Eisenhower National Airport and commute times across the city are some of the best in the country. Wichita offers public transportation, rental cars, taxi, limo, private car and charter bus services. Hope on the free Wichita Q-Line for easy travel downtown, or try Bike Share ICT or the city's electric scooters.