Air Travel to Louisville
Just 10 minutes from downtown (600 Terminal Dr. Louisville, KY 40209), Louisville International Airport (SDF) is a low-fare airport that draws travelers within a 200-mile radius of the city. The airport now has nonstop service to more than 25 destinations and convenient connections to cities worldwide.
The terminal is handicap accessible. For people using wheelchairs, there are specially designed ramps, curbs, doors and elevators located at key locations. Elevators featuring Braille floor designations and raised control buttons assist the visually impaired. Also, service animals (see terminal map for service-animal relief areas) are permitted in the terminal buildings and on aircraft. Airline ticketing and baggage claim are also accessible. Airlines offer special escort/transport services, upon request, with wheelchair assistance provided from the curb to the security checkpoint, where two eight-passenger chauffeured electric carts and a 310-foot moving sidewalk transport passengers to and from the gates.
There are hearing-aid compatible and volume-control phones in the terminal along with a Tele Typewriter (TTY) phone located at the entrance of Concourse B. A Public Access Videophone (PAV phone) also is available in the lower level near baggage claim. The PAV phone offers Video Relay Service (VRS), video point-to-point, TTY or a traditional phone call option. All phones are wheelchair accessible. Several phones are equipped with data ports.
Handicap parking is available in the Under-4-Hour and Over-4-Hour parking garage. Handicap parking is offered at the least expensive parking rates—regardless of location. However, a handicap hang tag or license plate must be displayed on your vehicle to qualify for the least expensive rate.
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Last updated on Tuesday, January 29, 2013.
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