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Blue Grass Airport (LEX)
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About Blue Grass Airport (LEX)
4000 Terminal Dr, Lexington, KY 40510
Blue Grass Airport in KY is a large sized airport with private flights serving the surrounding cities of Cincinnati, Louisville, Lexington, and Elizabethtown
Private charter flights from Blue Grass Airport
There are 6 aircraft within 500 miles of Blue Grass Airport in Kentucky available to be chartered starting from $1,584 per trip. Select a private jet, turboprop, single or multi-engine aircraft and a destination to explore per seat and total flight costs.
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About Blue Grass Airport
Blue Grass Airport is a large public airport located some six miles west of downtown Lexington in Fayette County, Kentucky.
A primary airport serving central and eastern Kentucky, the airport offers nonstop flights to 15 destinations and acts as a layover for hundreds of international destinations. The airport is serviced by four major airlines, namely, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Allegiant Air, and American Airlines.
Blue Grass Airport offers long-term and short-term parking options.
The first 30 minutes for short-term parking are free with a $1 charge for every additional hour. The daily limit is capped at $15.
For long-term parking, there are no charges for the first hour but there is a 1$ fee for every additional hour. The daily limit is capped at $12.
Things to do
The surrounding area of Blue Grass Airport offers the following places for exploration:
Kentucky Horse Park
Kentucky Horse Park is a venue for equestrian competitions, a working horse farm, and an educational park. Covering over 1,200 acres, it is open to the public where guests can see common and rare horses from around the world.
Mill Ridge Farm
Just seven minutes away from the airport is Mill Ridge Farm where you can tour the breathtaking pastures and beautiful thoroughbred horses at their facility. You can also visit the nursery farm that raises and sells racehorses.
James E. Pepper Distillery
Learn the distillery’s history, indulge in whiskey tastings, and don’t forget to purchase their iconic whiskey chocolates while you’re at it.