KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Before the new single terminal at Kansas City International Airport welcomes its first travelers, airport officials are hoping volunteers can test things ahead of time.
On Monday, airport officials put out a call for applicants for volunteer positions. The unpaid volunteer positions would help test systems and functions at the new terminal in February 2023.
The airport team has built an online survey that those interested can fill out.
The group also posted a link on social media for more information.
The @BuildKCI team is seeking applicants to volunteer to test the New Terminal at @KCIairport in February prior to opening. Interested in participating? Apply here: https://t.co/B0CY3Ti3JG pic.twitter.com/oNSV4WFefq— BuildKCI (@BuildKCI) November 21, 2022
Kansas City’s new single terminal airport is slated to open in March 2023, just one month before the city welcomes hundreds of thousands of football fans for the 2023 NFL Draft in late April at Union Station.