Kansas City International Airport has a Sensory Room, which includes calm, tiered and tactile-based zoned activity areas, fidget chairs, and fully cushioned areas with carpeted, nonabrasive flooring; and a separate Quiet Room (Concourse A, near Gate 12).[1]

[1] https://flykc.com/specialty-rooms.


Image Credit for Photo of Exterior Of MCI Terminal (Top of Page): Aviation Week, available at https://aviationweek.com/air-transport/airports-networks/new-15-billion-kansas-city-airport-terminal-open-feb-28.

Image Credit for Photo of Sensory Room: Kansas City International Airport, via https://flykc.com/specialty-rooms (”Sensory Room” section).

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