Louisville SDF Airport Overview

Louisville International Airport SDF - covering over 1,200 acres and serving Kentucky's major city Louisville and adjacent counties - is destination point for the Kentucky Derby and the Louisville Slugger, among many other noteworthy attractions. Whether you’re in Louisville for its famous bourbon or for baseball bats, or simply because of the lower fares it offers, the airport draws travelers within a 200-mile radius of the city.

SDF Airport is  just 10 minutes from downtown Louisville - situated at the intersection of Interstate Hwys. 65 & 264.

With 3 runways and an estimated 3 million annual passengers, Louisville International Airport is served by some major airlines offering  nonstop flights many destinations, with connections to all points of the globe. 

Louisville International Airport has one passenger terminal with Concourses A & B.

Present and future Airport Developments:  The ongoing 'Terminal Enhancement Project' continues in phases, until Fall 2016.

   Crittenden Drive Relocation update:  While sections of the 'old' Crittenden Dr. have been permanently closed, a recently completed section of 'new' Crittenden Dr. has been completed, while the final phase of the project involves current Woodlawn /Allamond Av. - started summer 2015 - to be completed summer 2016.
Capital & Major Maintenance projects for years 2016 - 2020
include certain areas of the airfield,  Runway 11-29 safety area improvement, terminal renovation and replacement of Woodlawn Overpass.

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