There are 131 airports in Missouri
for public use. One can book the tickets of these airlines online by visiting their respective sites. Some airlines also offer special fares and discounts for online booking of their tickets.
The international airports in Missouri
are the Kansas City International Airport and the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. The Kansas City International Airport is an important connecting point for many American fliers, with nearly 10 million passengers using its services annually. The amenities available at this airport in Missouri include many eateries in different concourses, business centers, ATMs, news and gifts shops, and baggage claim. The airport is also disabled-friendly and has TTY phones, Braille signage, visual paging monitors, and elevators. The airlines that serve this airport are Air Canada, Continental Airlines, Midwest, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, US Airways, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, and America West Airlines.shine shops, coffee shops, chapel, smoking booths, post office, a bank, a bar and restaurants, and ice cream stores. The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport sees millions of people use its services annually.
The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in Missouri
also provides assistance to the disabled. Some of the airlines that serve at this airport in Missouri are Ryan Air, Comair, Air Canada, US AirwaysExpress, Continental Express, Allegiant Airlines, Skyway, Southwest, American, Northwest, united Express, US 3000, America West, Go Jet, and Delta.
The other important airports in Missouri are at
Kirtsville, trenton, Chillicothe, St. Joseph, Cameron, Marshall, Moberly, Boonville, Columbia, Fefferson City, St. Charles, St. Louis, Rolla, Lebanon, Nevada, Lamar, Jpolin, Springfield, Cape Girardeau, Sikeston, Jopin, Ava, West Plains, Gainesville, Poplar Bluff, New Madrid, Sikeston, Cape Girardeau.