After slightly dipping in the previous month, passenger traffic at Kansas City International Airport increased 1.4 percent in September to 765,675. Overall passenger traffic at KCI has been in positive territory four of the last five months, with August the only down month.
The aviation department also said passenger boardings rose 1 percent to 381,900. Southwest, the largest provider at KCI, reported higher passenger traffic in September, as did US Airways, United and American. Delta’s KCI traffic was lower compared to September 2012. Air cargo was down .5 percent in September after being up 3.6 percent in the first nine months from the same period in 2012.