As of 2019, there are 14 airports throughout the state of Kentucky according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Kentucky are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.
List of All Airports in Kentucky
|1||Samuels Field||BRY||Bardstown, KY||Small|
|2||Warren County Airport||BWG||Bowling Green, KY||Medium|
|3||Elizabethtown Airport||EKX||Elizabethtown, KY||Small|
|4||Capital City Airport||FFT||Frankfort, KY||Medium|
|5||Municipal Airport||GLW||Glasgow, KY||Small|
|6||Blue Grass Airport||LEX||Lexington, KY||Large|
|7||Corbin-London Airport||LOZ||London, KY||Small|
|8||Standiford Field||SDF||Louisville, KY||Large|
|9||Bowman Field||LOU||Louisville, KY||Medium|
|10||Calloway County Airport||CEY||Murray, KY||Small|
|11||Daviess County Airport||OWB||Owensboro, KY||Medium|
|12||Barkley Regional Airport||PAH||Paducah, KY||Medium|
|13||Pulaski County Airport||SME||Somerset, KY||Small|
|14||Whitesburg Municipal Airport||BRG||Whitesburg, KY||Small|
Kentucky has 4.4 million residents (2016). The capital is Frankfort and the largest city is Louisville.
In the 17th century, Spaniards and French were the first Europeans to explore present-day Kentucky. British and their descendants arrived in the 18th century. American pioneer Daniel Boone (1734-1820) explored the region in 1769. In the following years, Boone guided many settlers to Kentucky, which became a state in 1792.