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Getting to Manhattan
Whether your arrival in The Little Apple® calls for a car ride, plane trip or hopping aboard a bus, Manhattan is an easy-to-find destination, conveniently located just off Interstate 70 in scenic Flint Hills region of northeast Kansas.
U.S. Highway 24 and Kansas highways 18 and 177 provide access from nearly every direction.
Traveling on I-70? Simply take Exit 313 for westbound travel (from Kansas City, Topeka) and proceed 9 miles north. Drivers eastbound from Salina or continuing north from Wichita, Exit 303 funnels traffic onto Kansas 18 (K-18) with a 6-mile northeasterly route across the Kansas River and past the Manhattan Regional Airport. Take a trip across Kansas' I-70: America's Main Street.
Manhattan Regional Airport is located just 5 miles to the city's west on Kansas Highway 18. The airport is serviced by American Airlines / American Eagle. American Eagle currently provides direct jet service to Dallas-Fort Worth (three flights/day) with two daily flights to Chicago O'Hare.
Expansion of the terminal building has increased 3.5 times bigger to 42,000 square feet. Manhattan Regional Airport is the fastest-growing airport in Kansas. Now is the time. Fly MHK! Check flights; purchase tickets.
Manhattan Regional Airport
Kansas Jet Center
Executive air charter service at Manhattan Regional Airport. KS Jet Center
Ground transportation is available by many of our hotel properties. Check with lodging accommodations for shuttle services. Ground transportation for Kansas City International Airport (FlyKCI.com) through Quicksilver.
Quicksilver Airport Shuttle and Limousine
Getting Around Manhattan
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Active Construction Projects
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