About Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (airport code: KCVG), sometimes called the Greater Cincinnati Airport is located in Hebron, Kentucky.
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Facts
- President Franklin D. Roosevelt approved preliminary funds for site development of the Greater Cincinnati Airport February 11, 1942.
- The airport's terminal/remote-concourse configuration, combined with simultaneous triple landing/takeoff capabilities, makes CVG a particularly efficient airport for flight operations.
- CVG is the second smallest domestic hub of Delta Air Lines.
- In total, over 1,000 people are employed at Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport.
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Top Domestic Destinations
- (ATL) Atlanta, AirTran, Delta, US Airways
- (ORD) Chicago O'Hare, American, United, US Airways
- (CLT) Charlotte, Delta, US Airways
- (MCO) Orlando, AirTran, US Airways
- (DFW) Dallas Ft. Worth, American, US Airways
- (LAX) Los Angeles, Delta
- (PHL) Philadelphia, Delta, US Airways
- (MSP) Minneapolis, Delta
- (DTW) Detroit, Delta
- (BOS) Boston Logan, JetBlue, US Airways