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Louisville International Airport
Northern Kentucky, situated along the Ohio River, is home to Louisville, the largest city in the state. The Louisville International Airport was established in 1941, as Standiford Field. The airport's one runway was used by the Army until 1947. The airport first offered commercial flights with American Airlines, Eastern Airlines and TWA Airlines, diverting airline travel from Louisville's Bowman Field. Throughout the years, the airport expanded its services including two additional runways and an award-winning terminal building.
The airport is home to Worldport, the worldwide air hub for UPS, as well as the Louisville Air National Guard Base, for the Kentucky Air National Guard. Eight major commercial airlines offer daily flights to Chicago, Denver, Atlanta, Detroit, Dallas/Fort Worth, Charlotte, Washington-National, Cleveland, Houston and Philadelphia.
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