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Getting to Manhattan
Whether your plans call for you to arrive in The Little Apple® via car, plane, or bus, Manhattan is easy to find! Manhattan is conveniently located just off Interstate 70 in the scenic Flint Hills in northeast Kansas.

Highway Information
U.S. Highway 24 and Kansas highways 18 and 177 provide access from nearly every direction. If you are traveling west on I-70, simply take exit 313 and proceed nine miles north on K-177 into Manhattan. If you are traveling east on I-70, take exit 303 and proceed six miles on K-18.

Driving Distances
  • Topeka, KS - 55 miles
  • Salina, KS - 67 miles
  • Kansas City, KS - 115 miles
  • Wichita, KS - 132 miles
  • Lincoln, NE - 133 miles
  • Omaha, NE - 195 miles
  • St. Louis, MO - 269 miles
  • Oklahoma City, OK - 290 miles
  • Denver, CO - 495 miles
  • Chicago, IL - 656 miles

Manhattan Regional Airport's logoAir Transportation
Manhattan Regional Airport is located just four miles west of Manhattan on K-18. The airport is serviced by American Airlines / American Eagle. American Eagle currently provides direct jet service to Dallas-Fort Worth 3 times a day and  two daily flights to Chicago O'Hare. 

You can find more information about the airport, see flight schedules, and purchase tickets to all flights by visiting the airport's website. Manhattan Regional Airport is the fastest-growing airport in Kansas, so now is the time to Fly MHK!

Kansas Air Center provides executive air charter service. Call 785-776-1991 or 888-462-1991 for more information.

Shuttle Service
Ground transportation to and from Manhattan (MHK) is available by many of our hotel properties. Check with your lodging accommodations for shuttle services. 

Ground transportation to and from Kansas City International Airport (KCI) is available on Quicksilver Airport Shuttle and Limousine, 1-800-888-8294.

Getting Around Manhattan
To learn more about transportation service in and around Manhattan, please choose from the following categories: 

Local Maps
The following maps are available to help you navigate the Manhattan area:

Active Construction Projects
Find where city crews are working and traffic slowdowns are likely, from the City of Manhattan Public Works Dept.