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There are a few airport shuttle services (listed alphabetically) from the Kansas City Airport (MCI):

  • 5 Guys Transportation, personalized service with door-to-door delivery. Call for reservations and more information visit their website or call 913-748-5423.
    Better Alternative Transportation Services (BATS), personalized service for up to 5 people with door-to-door delivery to any location in Lawrence. Reservations must be made at least 2 days in advance by email (mariokcishuttle@hotmail.com) or at least 24 hours in advance by telephone (913) 634-5484.
  • The Kansas City Roadrunner, also has some some scheduled arrival and departure times. This shuttle serves other cities and it may take longer to reach the airport. Call for reservations and more information, Toll free 1-800-747-2524.
  • KCI Express Shuttle provides door-to-door, non-stop shuttle services for groups and individuals. Make your reservations online or call 816-645-1815. After 8:00 pm CST call (816) 372-1556.
  • MCI Airport Shuttle provides door-to-door, non-stop transportation for groups and individuals from Kansas City Int'l Airport (MCI) to Lawrence. For additional information visit their website their website or call us at 913-220-0820.
  • Super Shuttle, shared-ride door-to-door shuttle service for up to 10 passengers. For additional information visit their website or call 1-a-BLUEVAN or Toll free 1-800-258-3826.

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