Cincinnati Enquirer / Julia Fair / January 30, 2020
Traveling by air can be fun, nerve-wracking and expensive.
But, that didn't stop local travelers from using the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in 2019. In fact, more local travelers climbed aboard flights at the airport than ever before. And, they were able to do it with cheaper rates, according to the airport's 2019 year in review.
That's just part of the airport's 2019 successes. It increasedpassengers, added new flights and made nearly $1 billion in improvements to facility and more.
“We celebrated another year of records in 2019 serving the most local passengers in our 73-year history,” said Candace McGraw, chief executive officer, CVG Airport in a statement. “With added flights, expanded capacity and lower fares, our community is able to travel by air like never before. We have already started 2020 out strong with numerous announcements and openings so are looking forward to another successful year.”
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