Cincinnati N Kentucky CVG Airport Overview

Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky International Airport CVG - is physically located in the northern part of  the State of Kentucky, serving its Boon County, as well as the metropolitan City of Cincinnati in the State of Ohio.  It is ranked as 'America's Safest Airport'  and  has consistently been named as one of the best U.S. airports in passenger surveys. Its most recent accolade comes from Skytrax with the 'Staff Service Excellence' award.  Skytrax has also bestowed on CVG "Best Regional Airport'  title - fourth year in a row.

CVG Airport is located in Hebron, northern Kentucky - only 13 miles south of the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, and is accessible via Interstate Highways 71, 75, 25, 275 & SR 212.

With an estimated yearly passenger count between five & six million and 4 runways, Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky International Airport is hub for Delta Airlines and host to a number of other major airlines, offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.  

NOTE:  'Ultimate Air', a growing charter service, offers low-cost  flights to "New York city via  Morristown Municipal Airport in New Jersey" - note, however, that New York City is 32 miles away and the offered option of taking the shuttle to NYC's Penn Station costs $70 one way!

The on-Airport hotel 'Cincinnati Airport Doubletree' (tel. 1-859-371-6166 /fax 9863) is adjacent to the passenger terminals and offers an Executive boardroom and banquet space with catering service, as well as a 24-hr business center.

The Passenger Terminal has Concourses A & B.

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