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  • Airport Code: CVG
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest City: Cincinnati
  • Timezone: UTC-4
  • Official Website: http://www.cvgairport.com/
  • Address: 2939 Terminal Dr, Hebron, KY 41048, United States
  • Coordinates: 39.0555, -84.66145
  • Distance to City: 24.8km
  • Terminals: 1
  • Airport Phone: 859-767-3144
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Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, sometimes referred to as the Greater Cincinnati Airport, is a Class B international airport located in Hebron, Kentucky, United States, about 25km from downtown Cincinnati. It serves the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area and is the only airport in Kentucky, Ohio or Indiana with nonstop service to Europe. It serves such international destinations as Paris, Toronto, Cancun, Freeport (Bahamas), and Punta Cana (Dominican Republic). The busiest domestic destinatons are Atlanta (Georgia), Chicago (Illinois), and Charlotte (North Carolina). The most popular international destinations are Paris, Toronto, and Cancun.

About Cincinnati

With 2.2 million inhabitants, Cincinnati is the third-biggest city in Ohio and the 28th-largest in the United States. Cincinnati is celebrated for its collection of historic architecture, most notably in Over-the-Rhine, a neighborhood colonised by German immigrants over many years. Downtown Cincinnati's collection of Italianate architecture rivals those of New York City, Vienna and Munich in scale and variety.

During the latter part of the 19th century, Cincinnati was dubbed the "Paris of America," primarily because of such major architectural undertakings as the Music Hall, the Cincinnatian Hotel, and the Shillito Department Store.