Here are the most frequently asked questions at Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport. If you have a question not answered here — or throughout our website — please contact us. We look forward to serving you.
Click here to obtain the latest carry on and checked baggage information directly from the Transportation Security Administration.
The terminal is open at 5:30 am CST and closes at 7:30 pm CST. The airline ticket counter, car rental agencies, and other tenants of the airport have their own operating hours.
Contour flights: arrive 1 hour before departure time.
Click here for recommendations from your airline and TSA on when to arrive for your flight. We encourage our passengers to allow more time during peak travel periods and inclement weather.
Your airline may issue a pass for someone to escort an unaccompanied minor child, an elderly person, or someone with special needs through the security screening checkpoint and to the gate. You will still be required to show valid government-issued identification.
Passengers 18 and over are required to show photo identification issued by federal or state government that contains your name, date of birth, gender, and expiration date. Click here to see acceptable documents.
This service is provided by the airline. Make arrangements in advance when you make your airline reservation.
If your vehicle will be parked past your receipt’s expiration date, you can easily extend your stay by paying over the phone. Call the airport administration office at (270) 685-4179 ext. 5 during business hours.
Each airline has different recommendations that are usually based on the number of passengers per flight, NOT the airport size.
Contour Airlines recommends arriving at the airport 60 minutes prior to departure to enjoy a smooth travel experience. Late passengers could be denied boarding. Visit contourairlines.com for more details.
We currently have direct flights to Chicago, IL. However, you can easily connect to many other destinations from Chicago.
No. Kentuckians can continue to use a valid KY driver’s license or personal ID card to board commercial flights within the United States through October 1, 2021. Following that, the Kentucky REAL ID will be required. For more information on the REAL ID, visit drive.ky.gov/RealID