Missouri Flights Guide

Fun fact: Missouri has over 6,000 caves, and is known for the legendary, 630 foot tall Gateway Arch, which was symbolic of America's expansion out west and towers over the Mississippi River. While in Missouri, there are a number of lakes - such as Table Rock Lake, with fishing, parasailing, and cliff jumping opportunities.

Tourists enjoy Silver Dollar City amusement park (themed after the Ozarks) and the Missouri Botanical Garden. Its cities include St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, Columbia, Jefferson City, and Ozark - and the skyline of Kansas City is gorgeous, as it's the largest city in Missouri. Fly into the Kansas City International, the St. Louis Lambert International, or the Springfield Branson National. It is humid year round, with cooler temperatures in January and warmer temperatures in June and July. But largely, the temperatures are mild.
Popular Routes to Missouri

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