Are you a Baltimore company that employs frequent business travelers? Would you like to improve both company profits and the morale of your travelers? Move to Kansas City!! Besides significantly lower home prices and excellent schools, you will save thousands on your annual business travel.
Imagine no longer having to spend 90 minutes per trip just getting to the airport and going through security. Imagine being able to leave your office less than an hour before your flight with little concern about being at the gate in time, effectively saving $150 per business trip.
Welcome to Kansas City and the best business airport in America.
I enjoyed my recent trip to Baltimore very much, but when it took over an hour from the time I landed to when I was motoring away in my rental car, I knew that KC had something for you. When the line snaking out of your security screening area went down an adjacent hallway and it took nearly an hour get to my gate on a Sunday morning, I knew that the ease of KCI’s trademark 6-10 minute curb to gate service was something you might like.
And since we’ll give away the farm just to attract businesses from the Kansas side of our metro, imagine what we’ll do for you!!
Please contact Alicia Stephens at the Platte Country EDC, Greg Martinette at the Clay County EDA, or Pete Fullerton at the Kansas City EDC. The sooner you call, the sooner you can start improving your business and quality of life.
Strike a deal before Labor Day and I’ll see if I can get the Mayor’s office to toss in a few slabs of ribs.
I would agree with the fact that restaurant offerings after entering security area really stink. You get very little variety and it’s very expensive. The security configuration has ruined what made KCI’s horseshoe configuration really convenient. You used to be able to enter right at or very close to your gate. Now you have to enter only at the secured entrance completely neutralizing the original design. I agree that a new terminal design is needed, but more so than that, we need to have our own airline and be a hub. Not just for the international market, but use our location in middle america to expand the shorter route market, then expand. That was the business model that grew Southwest into the great airline it is today. If we can’t get an airline to come here, let’s start our own airline. Heck, lets start TWA or Braniff all over again. Just don’t make the same obvious mistakes.
I just took a trip to Baltimore, from the gate to the parking garage at BWI took 11 min. Leaving Baltimore it took 16 min from the offsite rental car building to gate including bag check.
Was there anyone else at the airport? 😉
Tonight I left home at 6:01pm to catch a 7:15pm Delta flight to Atlanta.
I drove 42 miles to the airport, parked in the Terminal B garage, and arrived at the gate at 6:52pm.
I would have been at the gate sooner had I not gone to the Delta kiosk to print a boarding pass, and had my bag searched by TSA.
As an added bonus, a TSA agent told me Delta is getting a precheck lane this fall. The best estimate is sometime in October.