I've been to a lot of airports in my life and this one is definitely in my top 10. Easy to get in and out. Not too big, not too small. The best whiskey airport bar I've been to. A good brewery. Plenty of places to charge your phone and the car rental place is connected to the airport which is always a huge time saver.
This airport is pretty easy to get in and out. There are two main terminals A and B. For all my Delta travelers, you will be spending time in B.
They have a team that runs back and forth between the two terminals. If it is not there, walking is just as fast. I would rather walk for five minutes rather than wait five and ride another four to get there.
One thing I like about the airport are all the dinosaur bones throughout. It’s a fun little touch for some cool photo ops.
The parking garage is easy to get in and out of, but finding a spot is damn near impossible. Took me about 15 minutes going up and down the isles.
Lots of food choices and space to walk around while waiting too.
We flew in and out of this airport via Delta last week on our trip to see family in KY. We found this to a smooth experience and the staff was very helpful here. The locations are well marked, the bathrooms clean the options for dining nice. We also liked the little library here where you can take a book to read in your trip. We would fly from here again. Thank you
People are amazingly friendly here! You cannot get lost in this airport on purpose but you can get comfortable. Recommended stop! #LetsGuide Cincinnati - this is the service people want.
For departures, you enter the terminal, check bags, then clear security before you get to anything else (shops, dining, childrens play area, etc.). This was my first flight in 6 years, & 4th of my life, so maybe all airports are like this, but i feel at least the main dining & play area should be ahead of security. As for the facility itself, it had the cleanest public restrooms I’ve entered in a long time. Many tables in seating area had 120V and USB receptacles for power / charging, & there are good views of runways for viewing throughout the concourses. Watching takeoffs & landings gives you an idea of just how much Amazon plays a part in our economy, with a facility at the airport, there were 3:1 Amazon cargo planes to passenger flights.
Small airport with clear signs and minimal lines
I went here to pick my grandparents up tonight at about 11pm so 3 or so hours before posting this. The cellphone lot was inaccessible due to renovations ended up having to park in the best western parking lot and wait. After they got their it was a nightmare at pickup. Almost no one let anyone in/out. Ended up having to park at the very end of the arrivals to pick them up. Beings it was late I saw no one helping direct anything or making sure people weren't just parked. Some of the cars I know we're just sitting there with there engines off as the drivers were pretty much asleep at the wheel.
My grandma had an awful time because it took 3 phone calls to get someone to come to help her with a wheelchair for transit to baggage claim and to pickup.
It's an otherwise gorgeous airport, very nice layout. I'm rating 4 stars primarily due to my short experience happening at late hour and this being my first experience at this airport.
Always a good quick experience with CVG airport. Entry and security are always quick and efficient. Trains to the concourses are quick as well and it's easy to find your terminal. Every time I come to visit, I never worry or feel anxiety when coming into or leaving Cincinnati Airport and there are very few airports I can say that for.
Easy airport to get in and out of. TSA was a breeze to get thru. Trams to get to and from the concourses if needed. Good experience all around.
It's 2022, and flying just isn't what it used to be. Call me nostalgic but I pine for the days where people dressed up when traveling by air. Those years are long gone, but CVG is still a great airport. The on-site parking just got a huge overhaul. The concourses and terminals all feel very modern and new. I never do this, but minus one star for having a Gold Star Chili instead of a Skyline Chili in Concourse B.
Cincinnati Airport is easy to navigate, clean, and modern. They have moving sidewalks and trains to take you to the gates and speed your journey along. I love the artwork and displays throughout as well.
The newly updated Cincinnati airport looks awesome. The airport is easy to quickly get though security. They have a great selection of food and drink options. The rental car section has now been added to the terminal which speeds up getting a rental car. This was always a nice airport but now its even nicer and efficient.
Great airport. Small and cozy but big enough for it to be a Delta hub. Lots of shops and places to eat and drink, but oddly many places were closed mid morning on a Wednesday, which is odd. Nice underground tram to get between terminals and baggage claim. I like how they post signage that is “anti-human trafficking”. Not sure what the “black tie event” thing was that they were promoting
Overall though, a very pleasant experience.
CVG has done some beautiful upgrades to the airport since my last visit, last year! I applaud the construction crew and the daily operations crew here at this airport.. They not only keep everyone safe with excellent customer service... They also provide an extremely clean and beautiful structure.. This is a great airport to fly in and out of.. with a hotel right next door to the airport.
Like other airports, CVG must contend with flight delays and cancellations but the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport seems to be coping. And with style: nice-sized gates, an array of food choices and shops, and a strategic plan that outlines future goals. On a recent visit to attend the funeral of a family member, I noticed the design and moving sidewalks, terminal train and, of course, the free wi-fi. “You’ve come a long way, baby!” This growth comes after years of landing in what was a dreary set of terminals that had little design esthetic. Now, it’s bordering on awesome. Perhaps most impressive is the website—CVGairport.com—which offers information in 100 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Spanish, Polish, Shona, Xhosa and Zulu. Now that’s diversity and inclusion in action!
Quite big and took me a while to get from my gate to the car rental. I went from floor 3 down to 1 since that is what the signs said to do. Then up to 2 and paid for my rental car and was then told to take an elevator to level 3. Took me almost over 15 minutes with all the walking. Never been here before either. They did have a wide arrangement of rental cars though. Returning the car was way easier. Their security line was fast and equipped with the latest devices that didn't require your computers to be taken out of the suitcase.
CVG has one of the best designs 😊 to navigate to your check-in counter, gate, and then luggage 🧳 claim. It is one of the few international airports ✈ with a seated 💺 🪑 waiting area near the security exit for those picking love ones on their return to home 🏡. It is such a popular international airport, parking at the garage is super hard 😫 to locate a spot. I recommend doing the premium prepaid 💰 parking when using the airport garage for parking your car 🚗.
Great airport. Very clean. Easy to get around. TSA okay. They have shuttles inside. If you can't walk here to get you to it, signs are easy to read. Plenty seats that are wide and narrow for you can sit in. Signs are well displayed elevators and escalators everything you need is right there
The entrance to the airport was cool. But There are only a few food options available in Terminal A when it is terminal compared to Terminal B. And for a fun fact, terminal A is a main terminal. It’s much better to grab some food from going to terminal B. Those who got gate in terminal A. The security check is super speed but the lines near the checked baggage section was too long and there is not enough place to stand.
No complaints at all. Flight was on time with Frontier. Did not have checked bags, so I checked in last night online and was able to go straight to security. Security was quick and easy (less than 10 mins at 1030am on a Friday). Airport was clean and easy to navigate.
Wow, this place rocks! Clearly defined directions and an easy to navigate layout. Lots of drinking and dining options here. I arrived and had a Lyft driver within a minute!
Not bad at this time of day. Flowed easily throw TSA. Getting from long term parking to airport was a process. Some buses only dropped people off and others only picked up people. Drop off buses looked empty. Otherwise grabbed some food from brugger bagel and now boarding plane.
Nice airport. I personally like the artwork and different displays of ships and planes. The train is a nice, convenient way to get around, and it's a very smooth, comfortable ride.
I flew through here this week. The facility was quite nice. For a large urban area as Cincinnati, the airport was easy to maneuver through and was comfortable. I did not use the tram to the gate. I walked instead. The distance was easily walked. Access to the airport from the car rentals was very close as the facility was on site.
You can tell comforted that you can find your way around snd through easily.
I am charmed by this beautiful airport. Every where you go there is something to look at or see. There are great bars and restaurants all throughout the airport itself. It is big but not overwhelming. Security was painless and the people I encountered were lovely. I would love to fly out, or have a lay over here again in the future.
Always had a good experience traveling from and to CVG. Staff throughout the airport are quite helpful and polite. There is lots of seating and one can charge a device easily.
Awesome airport. Give yourself an extra 15 minutes to enjoy the fossil mammals all over the place. Cincy is a fossil capital of the world! Who knew!
This is a nice small airport. I like the fossil replacas in concourse B. It would be nice it they included some type labels and maybe even a bit of background information on them though. The first skeleton is a mastodon, second elk-moose (Cervalces scotti per call to the museum), third sabre tooth cat, fourth dire wolf, and the last is a Jefferson's ground sloth.