The Quad City International Airport
2200 – 69th Avenue, Moline, IL 61265
Located adjacent to Henry County, in Moline, the airport is conveniently located off of I-280 West/I-74 at Quad City Airport exit 5B. There is nonstop service to 8 cities: Atlanta, Chicago (O’Hare), Dallas-Ft. Worth, Denver, Detroit, Memphis, Minneapolis-St. Paul, and Orlando. Plus, hundreds of connections beyond those cities. Carriers include AirTran, American Eagle, Delta Airlines, and United Express.
Call your local travel agency or the airline today, for airfares, schedules, and reservations.
Administrative office: (309) 764-9621.
Office hours: M-F, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., closed weekends and major holidays.
For parking lot rates, lost & found, live flight tracker and more, visit our website.
The Kewanee Municipal Airport
3761 Midland Road Kewanee (309) 853-8671
Three miles outside Kewanee, the airport has a 4,500-foot east-west paved runway and a 3,200-foot north-south paved runway.
20028 East 1650th Street, Geneseo (309) 944-8128
Kewanee is one of 525 Amtrak communities and its track is one of the nation’s major east-west routes for Amtrak’s passenger line.
Eastbound to Chicago: Kewanee to Chicago 8:06 a.m. & 7:24 p.m.
Westbound Kewanee: Chicago to Kewanee 9:43 a.m. & 8:03 p.m.
Hammond Henry Hospital
600 North College Avenue, Geneseo
1051 West South Street, Kewanee
Kewanee hospital is a 501C3 charitable organization not supported by tax dollars. It is a critical access hospital with a mission to improve the health and care of those we serve.
Taxi Plus 309- 852-5050
JNL Taxi Service 309-853-6969
Abilities Plus – Henry County Public Transportation
Henry County Public Transportation (HCPT) is operated by Abilities Plus. HCPT serves the transportation needs of residents in Henry County. The system uses eight 14-passenger vans and three 5-passenger minivans. All vehicles are handicap accessible.
For more information, or to schedule a ride, call (309) 854-RIDE (7433). Please be aware that HCPT is a demand response, curb to curb transportation service. Visitors please give at least a 24 hour notice prior to requested trip.
Payment due at time of service and correct change is required.
- $2.00 per trip traveling within the same city limits in Henry County.
- $3.00 per trip traveling outside of a city limit beginning or ending in Henry County.
- $1.00 per transfer after first trip within the same city limits.
Normal Hours of Operation
Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Normal hours of operation are Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. To schedule a ride, call (309) 854-RIDE. 24 hour notice prior to requested trip is recommended. No rides may be scheduled through voicemail.
What is Demand Response?
Demand response is transportation by appointment. Anyone needing a ride should call at least 24 hours prior to the time they are requesting transportation. All rides will be based on driver, vehicle, seat, and funding availability.
What is Curb to Curb Service?
Curb to curb service requires HCPT drivers to pick up and drop off all riders at the curb of the destination. This system is in place to ensure the safety of all riders. Drivers are not allowed to leave the vehicle unless they are operating a wheelchair lift.