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Airport Name: Lambert–St. Louis International Airport Airport Address: 10701 Lambert International Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 63145 Main Airlines: United Air Lines Inc., Southwest Airlines Co., Federal Express Corporation, Commutair Aka Champlain Enterprises, Inc., Air Wisconsin Airlines Corp, Multi-Aero, Inc. d/b/a Air Choice One, United Parcel Service, Southern Air Inc., Miami Air International, Trans States Airlines, Republic Airline, Delta Air Lines Inc., Endeavor Air Inc., SkyWest Airlines Inc., Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines, ExpressJet Airlines Inc., GoJet Airlines LLC d/b/a United Express, Cape Air, PSA Airlines Inc., Frontier Airlines Inc., Mesa Airlines Inc., American Airlines Inc., Envoy Air, Alaska Airlines Inc.
St. Louis Lambert International Airport , formerly Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, is an international airport serving St. Louis, Missouri, United States. It is northwest of downtown St. Louis in unincorporated St. Louis County between Berkeley and Bridgeton. Commonly referred to as Lambert Field or simply Lambert, it is the largest and busiest airport in Missouri with over 259 peak daily departures to 74 nonstop domestic and international locations. In 2018, 15.6 million passengers traveled through the airport. The airport is a focus city for Southwest Airlines and serves as a hub for Air Choice One and Cape Air, and was formerly a hub for Ozark Air Lines, Trans World Airlines, and American Airlines. It is the largest U.S. airport classified as a medium-sized primary hub and currently the second busiest after Dallas-Love. Lambert covers 2,800 acres (1,133 ha) of land.
St. Louis Lambert International Airport is the primary airport in the St. Louis area, with MidAmerica St. Louis Airport, about 37 miles (59 km) east, serving as a secondary metropolitan commercial airport. The two airports are connected by the Red Line of the city's light rail mass transit system, the MetroLink. Both airports are currently served by commercial passenger airlines. * Source: Wikipedia
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