Car Hire Cincinnati (CVG) - Guide to Cincinnati Airport USA


Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport CVG in Hebron, the airport operations are governed by its neighbouring Kenton County Airport Board. The airport's code, CVG, comes from the nearest major city at the time of its opening, Covington, Kentucky. Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport covers an area of 7,000 acres (28 km2). You can book your Cincinnati rental car for pick up at the airport.

The airport is the fifth largest hub of Delta Air Lines and is the central hub of Delta's subsidiary, Comair Delta Airlines. Delta has recently cut its flight capacity from around 140 destinations to7 0 including the only remaining daily departure to Paris in the evening. Current destinations flown by airlines including British Airways include Las Vegas, Chicago, Dallas Fort Worth and Montreal.

The airport has three terminals, though only two are in use. Terminal 1 does not have any commercial carriers. Terminal 2 is used by Air Canada, American Airlines, Continental Airlines, United Airlines, and US Airways and Terminal 3 is used by Delta Air Lines and USA3000 Airlines. Terminals 2 & 3 have a range of shops, cafes, fast food outlets and banks with currency exchange booths.

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Cincinnati located north of the Ohio River at the Ohio-Kentucky border is the state's third-largest city. It’s a great place to discover in your Cincinnati hire car. It has a university of Cincinnati which can trace its history back to the Medical College of Ohio, which was founded in 1819 and is also known as having one of the larger collections of nineteenth-century Italia style architecture in the U.S.

Cincinnati has a humid subtropical climate with hot summers and significant rainfall every month. There are plenty of outdoor events to enjoy each year including numerous festivals such as the The Cincinnati Flower Show in April. The annual MidPoint Music Festival which takes place in many venues across the city and Over-The-Rhine and one of the most popular is the annual The Cincinnati Bell/WEBN Riverfest fireworks display on Labor Day weekend. The city has plenty of parks and large open spaces to enjoy. You could drive your Cincinnati rental car to some great street markets such as Findlay Market which celebrates several unique foods such as ‘Cincinnati chili", Price Hill Chili and Empress Chili. Cincinnati has more chili restaurants per capita than any other place in the world and the city’s German heritage is evident in many of the other local restaurants.

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