Louisville International Airport is a public and military use public airport centrally located in the city of Louisville in Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA. The airport covers 1,200 acres (4.9 km²) and has three runways. Its IATA airport code, SDF, is based on the airport's former name, Standiford Field.
The airport is the tenth busiest in the world by cargo traffic. Despite its name, all its destinations are in the United States, with the exception of cargo flights.
Just 10 minutes from downtown, Louisville International Airport 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.
Parking at SDF
The following is a brief guide to help you obtain the best results from this Airport's Parking resource page.
The Airport Parking rates, garages and lots etc are currently managed by the airport authority. The parking rate schedule is subject to change and may have been revised since the last update of this page - please check for the latest fees through the parking map and rate calculator above or by visiting the Airport's official web site.
Handicap parking – There is handicap parking in the Under-4-Hour and Over-4-Hour parking garage. Handicap parking is offered at the least expensive parking rates—regardless of location. You must display a handicap hang tag or license plate on your vehicle and exit at a staffed booth.
Valet parking – Valet parking is now available at Louisville International Airport. Passengers may conveniently drop-off and pick-up their vehicles on the upper-level (departure) roadway on the west end of the terminal. Reservations are not required, but are accepted via the internet at http://www.airvalet.com/login.php Travelers with questions are welcome to call Air Valet at (502) 380-3723.
Parking payment options – We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Diners Card and American Express.
Cell phone lot – For your convenience, you may use our Cell Phone Lot to wait for arriving passengers. Follow the orange-and-blue signs to the free, short-term waiting area—accessible from the upper level (departure) roadway. Drivers are then just a minute away from curbside pick-up, when called on their cell phone by their arriving travelers.
For more information, please visit the official website here