CVG is committed to being an essential part of the region's overall growth and success through teamwork, innovation and continuous improvement. Learn more in our 2021-2025 Strategic Plan, New Heights.
The airport, based in Kentucky and serving the Cincinnati region, throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and beyond, has grown as an airport, community partner, and business operation. As one of the nation's fastest growing airports, CVG is deeply committed to driving economic growth while continuing to elevate the CVG experience.
CVG @ Work
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) has been serving commercial passengers since 1947. With more than 7,700 acres of land, four runways, a diversified base of operations on and near the campus, along with an economic impact of $9.3 billion (2022), CVG is much more than meets the eye.
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is an economic driver for the Cincinnati Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). In 2022, CVG had a $9.3 billion annual economic impact. This is a $6 billion increase over the past 10 years, according to a recent study conducted by the University of Cincinnati Economics Center based on 2022 data. In 2022, CVG supported more than 49,000 direct and indirect jobs with the Cincinnati MSA.