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Flying into Beautiful Cincinnati

Home of the NFL’s Bengals and MLB’s Reds, and one of the Midwest’s busiest business centers, Cincinnati, Ohio, beckons both vacationers and business travelers. While more than 4,000 domestic and 182 international flights depart Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Airport each week, it is simple to navigate because of its modern design and lack of congestion. After your flight, stay the night in an affordable Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Airport hotel such as the Doubletree by Hilton Cincinnati Airport which is on-site. Comfort Suites, Hampton Inn North, and Marriott Airport are about a mile away.
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Fly Nonstop from CVG

Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Airport (CVG) in Northern Kentucky is about 13 miles south of downtown Cincinnati. Forty-six airlines operate out of CVG including Delta, US Airways, United, and American Airlines. Nonstop flights are available to 56 cities including Dallas, Tampa, Seattle, and San Francisco. Traveling between concourses is simple as an underground train runs every 90 seconds.

Ride the Shuttle to Downtown Cincinnati

Car rentals at Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Airport are available from providers such as Alamo, Budget, Enterprise, and Hertz. Make rental arrangements in advance or use the courtesy phones near baggage claim. Shuttles to car rental companies run every 5 to 10 minutes and depart near Baggage Carousel 5/6. Shuttle, van, and car service costs $22 to downtown or $32 round-trip, while a cab ride downtown is $30.  

Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Airport parking is available at the ValuPark Lot, the closest economy lot, for $8/day, or park at the terminal for $15/day. Curbside valet is $22/day and VIP parking is available. Check CVG’s website for parking coupons.

Relax and Dine at CVG

While you wait, entertain little ones in the play area in Concourse B or the simulated cockpit in Concourse A. A number of dining options are available including Panda Express, Samuel Adams Pub, Starbucks, and Graeters in Concourse A, and Charley’s Grilled Subs, McDonald’s, Outback Steakhouse, and Wolfgang Puck’s in Concourse B. Stay connected with free Wi-Fi at all gates, and in the ticketing and baggage claim areas.

Time Your Visit to Cincinnati Right

While summer is the best time to visit the city, it’s not the cheapest because, many people are visiting during this time to boat the Ohio River and catch a Reds game. Fall and spring are your second best options, as the temperature is pleasant and crowds aren’t in full swing. Off-season runs January to March because of the city’s unpredictable weather.