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Evansville Regional Airport
Northern Kentucky, southern Missouri, and southern Indiana visitors and residents looking for an airport are in luck. Travel to the Evansville Regional Airport for commercial flights, general aviation and corporate aviation.
In 1928, the airport was constructed on 260 acres, north of Evansville. One of its two runways serviced the first commercial flights via Interstate Airlines. In 1950, the airport expanded its acreage to 467 acres and added a terminal building. The airport now encompasses 1,400 acres.
Former Presidential Candidate Barry Goldwater was aboard the first 727 jet that landed at the airport in 1964. By 1988, a new terminal building had replaced the original terminal. Today's passengers can fly with American Eagle and Delta Connection Airlines, to fly to Chicago, Detroit and Atlanta. While waiting for a flight, enjoy a meal in the restaurant or browse the web in the free Wi-Fi Lounge.
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