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Kansas City Airport reopens after closing due to freezing weather

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Freezing weather conditions are affecting flights for people traveling through Kansas City.

Just before 7 a.m. Kansas City International Airport (KCI) closed its airport due to ice contamination on the runways. Airport crews worked overnight to de-ice the runways, but the airport ultimately had to be closed as a safety measure.

The MCI Airport airport has been closed due to ice contamination on the runways. The crews fought through the night but had to close down for safety. Expect reopening in 45-60 minutes. Check airline websites for the latest flight information.

— Kansas City International Airport (@KCIAirport) February 16, 2023

At least one runway was opened before 8am, leading to the resumption of operations.

The MCI Airport runway is NOW OPEN with runway 1L cleared of ice contamination. The crews continue to handle the rest of the airfield. Roads are slippery in areas. Be careful, take your time. Safety first, always.

— Kansas City International Airport (@KCIAirport) February 16, 2023

Travelers are still encouraged to check their airline for the latest updates on flight delays and cancellations.

The entire Kansas City metro is under a Winter weather advisory until 3pm Thursday. The FOX4 Weather Team is monitoring a winter mix that should transition to snow by mid-morning. You can find the latest updates on road conditions and closures online at fox4kc.com.

This is breaking news. It will be updated as more information becomes available.

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