Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International
Located 13 miles (20km) outside of Cincinnati, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is a busy Midwestern hub, and one of the primary gateways to Ohio. Serving nearly eight million passengers each year, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport has a reputation as a pleasantly efficient facility; and although services and amenities are very basic there are plenty of shopping and dining options in Terminal 3, which resembles a shopping mall more than an airport!
Most flights to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport are operated by Delta, and although it is an international airport, nearly all routes are domestic with short flights to Atlanta and Chicago being the most popular. The airport's small size puts it at a disadvantage in the winter, when de-icing aircraft and runways can cause longer delays than in larger facilities.
The airport is situated 13 miles (20km) southwest of Cincinnati.
Getting to the city
TANK public bus services are available between the airport and downtown Cincinnati and Covington seven days a week from the crosswalk of terminal 1 and outside terminal 3. The Airport Executive Shuttle can take passengers directly to hotels and other locations in Downtown Cincinnati and Covington. Taxis can be arranged via courtesy phones in terminals 1 and 2, or the taxi desk in the baggage reclaim area of terminal 3.
GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).
Airport Admin: +1 859 767 3151.
Car rental companies include Avis, Alamo, Budget, Hertz, National and others. Courtesy phones are available in the baggage reclaim areas, and shuttles transport customers to the rental companies.
Transfer between terminals
A free shuttle bus and underground tram service connect the three terminals and their concourses.
ATMs are available in all terminals. Terminal 2 and Concourse B has a bank and currency exchange. The airport is easily accessible to disabled passengers. Other facilities include restaurants, shops and duty-free, conference and business facilities including Internet access, and information desks. Airport Ambassadors are also on hand to help with passenger information.
There are numerous parking facilities at the airport, including the attached AutoPort Garage ($2 per hour), the ValuPark lot ($2 for four hours and $7 per day), which is connected to the terminal via shuttle, and a valet service.
Flights to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport are available on Air Canada, American Eagle, Continental, Delta, United, Frontier, and USA3000 Airlines.
There is free wifi at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, but only in Terminals 2 and 3, and in Concourse C.
There are several Laptop Lane areas located throughout the airport with internet, fax, copying and printing services, and conference facilities are available at the attached Sheraton Hotel.
Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.