Companies can reach 80% of the world’s population in less than 48 hours when shipping from Louisville, helping eCommerce companies scale and meet demand.
Two Kentucky general aviation airports received nearly $11 million in federal discretionary grants to boost safety and economic development within the state’s vibrant aerospace industry.
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos drove a front loader in Kentucky to break ground on a new $1.5 billion Prime Air hub at an airport near Cincinnati.
Opportunities for aviation maintenance technician training in Kentucky will reach new heights next year thanks to a new Eastern Kentucky University program launched this month.
The expansion project, located at Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport, tripled the size of the UPS facility to over 1 million square feet and doubled the company’s sorting capacity to 85,000 packages per hour.
With National Infrastructure Week around the corner, many American businesses, workers, elected leaders and everyday citizens are uniting under one message, “Let’s Build for Tomorrow – Staring Now.”
Over the past six months, 200,000+ travelers have filled a reusable bottle with Louisville Pure Tap® water from water fountains at Louisville’s airport.
April marked the inaugural direct flight from SDF to LAX – Louisville’s most-requested route. Over 1,100 people fly from Louisville to the L.A. region weekly. Plus, the flights took off just in time for Derby!
The American Society of Civil Engineers recently released KY’s Infrastructure Report Card, highlighting the need for improvements to roads, bridges & more.
KY Chamber Pres. Dave Adkisson, NKY Chamber Pres. Brent Cooper, GLI Pres. Kent Oyler, and Commerce Lexington President Bob Quick talk infrastructure.