This paper presents a non-contact air-coupled Lamb wave imaging technique using a two-dimensional (2D) cross-correlation method that not only detects the damage but also precisely quantifies for orientations and sizes. The air-coupled transducers (ACT) is used together with a scanning laser Doppler vibrometer (SLDV) for sensing, making a fully non-contact Lamb wave system used for this study. We first show that single-mode Lamb wave actuation can be achieved by the ACT-based on Snell's law. Detailed study and characterization of the directional ACT Lamb waves are conducted. For damage detection, a 2D cross-correlation imaging technique that uses the damage introduced scattered waves of all directions is proposed for correlating with the incident waves. The frequency-wavenumber filtering technique is used to implement the acquisition of the scatted waves and incident waves, respectively. In the end application to notches with various orientations and various sizes in terms of depth and length is given. The results show the proposed technique can precisely imaging the damages and can quantitatively evaluate the damage size in terms of length and depth.