Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport Abbreviation Code

CVG is the abbreviation code for Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport. According to Abbreviation Finder, CVG can also mean:

Cincinnati - Northern Kentucky International Airport Code

Cincinnati Airport / Northern Kentucky International Airport, OH (CVG)

The Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport near the municipality of Hebron is by far the largest and most important commercial airport in the US state of Kentucky. The catchment area of ​​the airport includes the surrounding communities of the three states of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, in this regard the airport is also often called Greater Cincinnati Airport, although Cincinnati is already north of the border river in Ohio.

  • URL: Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport, OH (CVG)
  • Time zone: GMT -5
  • Service phone: +1 859 767-3151
  • Address: Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport, PO Box 752000, Cincinnati, OH 45275, USA
  • Operator: Kenton County Airport Board
  • Parking spaces: yes, subject to a charge; Short-term and long-term parking spaces, parking garage with more than 6000 spaces
  • Nearby cities: Cincinnati (22 km), Dayton (89 km)
  • Transport connections: The airport is approx. 22 kilometers southwest of downtown. It can be reached via Interstate I-71 or I-75 (Exit 185) via I-275 (Exit 4) and via State Route # 212.
  • Train connections: Cincinnati is connected to the Amtrak Rail network with the “Cardinal” route from New York to Chicago.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (15.28%), Tuesday (14.05%), Wednesday (14.48%), Thursday (14.66%), Friday (15.30%), Saturday (11.72%), Sunday (14.51%)
  • other spellings: Cincinnati OH, Sinsinati, Синсинати, Цинциннати, Цинциннаті, Цынцынаці,シンシナティ (オハイオ州) سينسيناتي, سيسيناتي, سینسینتی, سینسیناتی, 신시내티, סינסינטי,辛辛那堤,辛辛那提, Ցինցինատի, סינסאַנאַטי, ცინცინატი, सिनसिनाटी

Favorite destinations from Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport, OH (flights per week)

  1. Charlotte Douglas International Airport, NC (75, 5.87%)
  2. Philadelphia International Airport, PA (70, 5.48%)
  3. New York – La Guardia Airport, NY (67, 5.24%)
  4. Atlanta International Airport (65, 5.09%)
  5. New York – Newark Liberty International Airport, NJ (64, 5.01%)
  6. Dallas – Fort Worth International Airport, TX (64, 5.01%)
  7. Washington DC – Ronald Reagan National Airport, VA (52, 4.07%)
  8. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, MI (50, 3.91%)
  9. Denver International Airport, CO (48, 3.76%)
  10. Baltimore – Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, MD (45, 3.52%)
  11. Other (53.04%)

Top airlines (share of take-offs / landings)

  1. Delta Air Lines (602, 11.38%)
  2. Air France (455, 8.60%)
  3. American Airlines (365, 6.90%)
  4. Virgin Atlantic Airways (309, 5.84%)
  5. KLM (282, 5.33%)
  6. Westjet (274, 5.18%)
  7. Southwest Airlines (255, 4.82%)
  8. Allegiant Air (214, 4.04%)
  9. Korean Air (209, 3.95%)
  10. Aeroméxico (205, 3.87%)
  11. Other (40.09%)

Location
The airport, which went into operation in 1947, is located near the town of Hebron, about 22 kilometers southwest of downtown Cincinnati. The airport can be easily reached from practically all directions, the fastest way is via Interstate I-71 and I-75 at exit # 185 and via Interstate I-275 at exit # 4.

The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) Express Bus Route # 2X runs regularly between the airport and downtown Cincinnati. You can find out the current departure times on site. It is also possible to travel to and from the airport by taxi, limousine or rental car.

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