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Louisville Int. Standiford Field (SDF)

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About Louisville Int. Standiford Field (SDF)

600 Terminal Dr, Louisville, KY 40209

Louisville Int. Standiford Field in KY is a large sized airport with private flights serving the surrounding cities of Cincinnati, Louisville, Lexington, and Evansville

Private charter flights from Louisville Int. Standiford Field

There are 6 aircraft within 500 miles of Louisville Int. Standiford Field in Kentucky available to be chartered starting from $4,269 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 Louisville Int. Standiford Field

Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF) is a civil-military airport in Louisville, KY. It has no regularly scheduled international flights but is a port of entry as it handles many international cargo flights. It is the second busiest cargo airport in the country and fourth busiest in the world. Along with cargo, more than 4 million passengers travel through SDF annually.

Parking

Valet parking is available for a daily maximum of $24 per day. The express shuttle parking lot is $8 per day while the parking garage is $13. The premier lot is $10 per day and the surface lot has a daily maximum of $9 per day.

Things to do

Kentucky Derby Museum
The Kentucky Derby Museum celebrates, engages, and educates visitors about the Kentucky Derby, one of the main attractions in the Louisville region. It features an array of exhibits, including the world’s largest horse shoe.

Louisville Mega Cavern
The Mega Cavern presents the opportunity for a vast underground adventure where visitors can explore the irstory, geology, mining, and building technology of Louisville. It also has the world’s only underground zip line course.

Churchill Downs
Churchill Downs is home of the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks, two of the longest continually running sporting events in America. The race track covers 147 acres of ground, featuring a seven furlong turf racecourse and a one mile dirt track in the shape of an oval.

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