Serving the largest city in the state of Kentucky, Louisville International Airport gets service from several major U.S. airline companies. All flights arrive in the Lower Level of the terminal building and all of the departure gates in the two concourses are located on the Upper Level. Additionally, the ticketing desks and check-in kiosks are located in the main section of the Upper Level.
Anyone who wants to travel between Louisville International Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport can reserve a flight on American Airlines. The flight to the busiest airport in Texas is also offered through the American Airlines affiliate American Eagle. Miami International Airport is the other destination that’s available through American Eagle. Both of these domestic airlines are owned by the AMR Corporation that’s based in Fort Worth. American Airlines and American Eagle operate in Concourse A at Louisville International Airport.
Direct flights to two major airports in New York City are offered by Delta Air Lines. This giant airline takes passengers from Louisville International Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport or LaGuardia Airport, which are both located in the borough of Queens in the heart of NYC. Being a major Midwest city, Louisville is also connected to other major metropolitan areas in the region thanks to Delta. Detroit and the Twin Cities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis are directly accessible through Delta Air Lines service from Louisville International Airport. Atlanta and Memphis are the other major destinations on the daily Delta schedule. The Delta fleet waits for passengers near the gates of the A Concourse.
Southwest Airlines operates the most diverse schedule at Louisville International Airport. The largest domestic low-cost airline links Kentucky’s largest city with major southwest and west destinations such as Phoenix, Denver, and Las Vegas. Chicago and St. Louis are two important Midwest cities that are accessible through Southwest Airlines. With direct flights to Atlanta and Baltimore, this busy low-fare airline also links Louisville with some of the biggest cities on the East Coast. Major destinations in Florida such as Tampa and Orlando are also part of the Southwest Airlines service that’s offered in Concourse B at Louisville International Airport.
United Airlines operates trips to Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Houston, Newark, and Washington District of Columbia. The service from this major American carrier is offered in Concourse A in Louisville International Airport. Operating in Concourse B, US Airways offers exclusive trips to Charlotte and Philadelphia.