Market Access

Centrally located in the heart of the USA, Wichita is within 1,200 miles of a majority of North America.

Strategically located in southcentral Kansas, businesses have easy access to Wichita Eisenhower National Airport, Interstate I-35, I-135, I-235, I-70, and SR 54. Additionally, Wichita is served by multiple business airports capable of handling the largest cargo, military, and business jets.

US Highways Map

Highways & Ground Freight

Centrally located in the heart of the USA, Wichita is within 1,200 miles of a majority of North America.


Wichita is served by BNSF and Union Pacific national rails as well as feeds numerous regional lines.

Air Travel & Freight

Wichita's central location and exceptional airports offer significant benefits for Wichita's businesses and residents - especially those who travel for work. Being located only minutes from the airport means less time commuting and more time with friends and family.

Wichita's two airports, Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport and Colonel James Jabara Airport provide travel and freight options throughout the country.

Wichita Eisenhower National Airport

  • 10 Minutes to from downtown Wichita
  • 7 airlines (United, American, Delta, Southwest, Alaska, Frontier, and Allegiant)
  • 15 non-stop flights
Alaska Airlines
American Airlines

Jabara General Aviation Airport

  • 15 Minutes from Downtown Wichita (general aviation)
  • More than 38,000 take-offs and landings each year
  • Serves corporate, business and private sector flying community
  • 24/7 security and operations

Cargo Operations Air Cargo Services

Southwest Cargo

Cargo Service: Ground Handlers

Public Transit

Wichita provides accessible and affordable public transit. Options are plenty when looking for alternatives to driving.

Wichita Transit

Routes provide easy access to the City's retail and employment corridors as well as the Downtown.


In addition to traditional bus routes, the City offers the free Q-line. This route offers free rides within the City's Downtown, along Douglas Avenue during lunch and weeknights. The weekends open up the route to the heart of Wichita's College Hill neighborhood to provide free and safe travel to Wichita's restaurants and nightlife along and within walking distance of Douglas. 

Latest Q-line schedule and route information

Cycling & Scooters

Wichita is a bike-friendly town, whether that's alone or with public transit. The city has over 100 miles of lanes for biking, and more under construction. There are shared road lanes, regular and buffered bike lanes, as well as multi-use trails. Ride all the way downtown or combine your ride with Wichita's bike-friendly buses. If you're in for a recreational ride, you can choose from many of the routes that take you around the City, along the Arkansas River, or even jump on the Red Bud or Prairie Sunset Trails for a longer trek.

No bike? No worries! There are plenty of bike-sharing options, such as BikeshareICT, or Scooter rentals such as VeoRide and Bird.

For more information on biking around Wichita, including maps, visit the Bicycling page.