Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport ParkingThirteen miles south of downtown Cincinnati in Boone County, lies the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Spread over an area of 7,000 acres, it was opened to the public in 1944. It was later revamped and the new airport commenced operations in October 1946. The airport has four concrete runways and the main terminal with two concourses. The airport can be accessed easily by various modes of transport- it offers many parking options and also non-stop connections to many cities. Passenger traffic has been increasing over the last few years and touched almost 8 million passengers in 2017. This performance is likely to be repeated in 2018. Some of the airports in the area are
- Cincinnati Municipal airport
- Dayton International airport
- Lexington Blue Grass airport
- Indianapolis airport
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Address and Map
|Airport’s legal address||3087 Terminal Drive, Hebron, KY 41048, USA|
|Phone number||+1 859-767-3151|
|Airport’s traffic||7.8 million passengers in 2017|
|GPS Coordinates||39°02′56″N 084°40′04″W|
- Airports: Some of the major airports across the country are Kansas City, Miami, San Jose, Houston, JFK, SFO, and Orlando. TravelCar has established itself at these airports as a car rental provider that stands out because of its highly affordable parking rates.
- Train Stations: Grand Central and Penn Station in New York, South and North Station in Boston, Union Station in Chicago and Washington D.C are some of the major stations that are always buzzing with activity. TravelCar has sought to alleviate the woes of parking spaces and exorbitant parking fees.
- Cruise Ports: The ports of Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati can be found along the Ohio and Licking River. They extend over 225 miles and are hubs of incessant activity. TravelCar ensures that passengers have access to low cost parking options.
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Gates PresentationThough there are 3 terminals at the airport, they have been so consolidated so that there is only one Main Terminal (what was formerly Terminal 3). There are two concourses A and B - (C was closed in 2009) that run parallel to each other. They can be accessed either by shuttle train that runs frequently or a walkway through a tunnel. The terminal has three levels: Level 3 is associated with departures, ticketing and check-in facilities, level 2 houses baggage claim and arrivals, while level 1 is the Meeting Point. From February 2018 onwards, A has 22 gates and only 21 are open.
|Concourse A||A1-A22 A1-A19, A21-22|
|Concourse C||Currently closed|