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|Origin Airport||Kansas City Intl.|
|Destination Airport||George Bush Intercontinental|
|Airlines Serving||American Airlines, Delta, Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United|
Sometimes you just need to get out of town or maybe you’re looking for a change of scenery. Regardless of the reason, a flight from Kansas City to Houston will do just the trick! Go on, plan to see all the famous landmarks and eat your weight in the local cuisine. Your trip is beckoning, so answer the call by packing your suitcase and filling your travel itinerary with exploring Houston.
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Was upgraded on flight to Houston, First class was awesome!
Pilot made a great landing after a very bumpy ride.
Slow long lines at airport
Free checked bags would be greatly appreciated!!!
Charge for carry on bags was a surprise. Sure felt like I was being nickel and dimed.
Quick and easy flight
I'm 6'4" . The seats were so close I could barely sit. Everyone totally jammed in.
1 checked bag, not free charged $30.
Seats were not comfy. First flight from KC to Houston was freezing. Flight from Houston to Acapulco was too hot