Airports in Kentucky
There are 62 public use airports in Kentucky including two international airports, the Louisville International Airport and the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport.
The Louisville International Airport in Kentucky receives almost 4 million passengers annually. The airport has private hangars and a four level parking garage to accommodate the heavy traffic that flows into the airport. The airlines which operate from this airport are Americal Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, Midwest Airlines, Northwest Airlink, United Express, Southwest Airlines and US Airways Express.
Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport of Kentucky is one of the busiest airports in Kentucky, its annual traffic exceeds 2 million passengers. The terminals have an underground train shuttle connecting one concourse to another. The airlines from this airport of Kentucky fly to more than 120 cities everyday. The airlines that serve this airport are Air France, American, Continental, Northwest, United, US Airways, and USA 3000.
Visitors can book tickets online for these airlines at their respective websites. Some airlines also offer travel points for online booking that can be redeemed against the fares of future travels.
Frankfort, Louisville, Lexington
Other important regional airports in Kentucky are: the Blue Grass Airport at Lexington, Owensboro-Daviess county Regional Airport at Owensboro, and the Barkley Regional Airport at Paducah.
Some more important airports in Kentucky are located in Ashland, Frankfort, Mt. Sterling, Pikeville, London, Somerset, Glasgow, and Elizabeth Town.
Kentucky Airports :
Ashland, Frankfort, Louisville, Lexington, Mt. Sterling, Pikeville, London, Somerset, Glasgow, Elizabeth Town, Owensboro
Other Towns/Cities :
Carrollton, New Castle, Maysville, Ashland, Morehead, Paris, Mt. Sterling, Paintsville, Winchester, Campton, Prestonsburg, Williamson, Pikeville, Salyersville, Berea, Springfield, Hardinsburg, Henderson, Elizabeth-Town, Owensboro, Madisonville, Marion, Smithland, Bardwell, Mayfield, Fulton, Cadiz, Princeton, Hopkinsville, Russellville, Greenville, Morgantown, Cave City, Columbia, Glasgow, Scottsville, Stanford, M. Vernon, Somerset Burnside, Corbin, Pineville, Manchester, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins
Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Nashville
|Airport Name||Airport Code||City||Country||Type||Coordinates|
|Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport||CVG||Covington||Kentucky||International||39°02′56″N 084°40′04″W|
|Blue Grass Airport||LEX||Lexington||Kentucky||--||38°02′11″N 084°36′21″W|
|Louisville International Airport||SDF||Louisville||Kentucky||International||38°10′27″N 085°44′11″W|
|Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport||OWB||Owensboro||Kentucky||Domestic||37°44′20″N 087°10′01″W|
|Barkley Regional Airport||PAH||Paducah||Kentucky||Domestic||37°03′37″N 088°46′23″W|
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Last Updated On : June 30, 2015