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Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (IATA: CVG, ICAO: KCVG) is located in Hebron, Boone County, Kentucky, United States and serves the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area. The first airplane landed at the airport January 10, 1947.[1] Despite being located in Boone County, the airport operations are governed by the neighboring Kenton County Airport Board. The airport’s code, CVG, comes from the nearest major city at the time of its opening, Covington, Kentucky, although the airport authority likes to say it stands for “Cincinnati Very Good.” [1]

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 largest hub of Delta Air Lines and is the central hub of Delta’s wholly-owned subsidiary airline, Comair, which provides regional jet service under the Delta Connection banner. As such, the airport serves an important role in Delta’s midwest hub-and-spoke system. However, after Delta’s bankruptcy was announced in 2005, flight cutbacks were announced that directly affected CVG. The numbers and sizes of flights to many cities have been reduced in the late-hour flights to better match local demand, though several services were ended altogether. After the reduction, CVG now offers 512 flights per day to 121 nonstop destinations.

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  • Bumped & frustrated

    Five bars of signal, but connecting does not get me to the web, or even a local portal. In other words, it’s useless.

  • laurenz

    I was unable to connect either with the free or paid service. Tried in different parts of the airport.

  • David Alexander

    Omg, the data for this airport is VERY outdated. COMAIR is no longer in service, and the airport might have 140 flights daily, and that’s with the addition of Allegiant and Frontier Airlines within the last 2 years.