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Where you can go from CVG Airport

Mindy Kershner/ CVG Airport / July 1, 2021


“Vacation countdown begins” has become quite the catchphrase over the last month with more and more travelers planning and/or taking those trips they’ve been wanting to for more than a year now.

With built-up demand and more airline and route choices at CVG, summer travel is predicted to be at 75-80% of 2019 passenger volumes. We have been busy over the last month and a half celebrating returned routes, new nonstop destinations and new air carriers: Sun Country Airlines and Alaska Airlines.

  • Air Canada: Nonstop flights to Toronto are scheduled to restart September 7th. This is subject to change depending on demand and international travel restrictions.
  • Alaska Airlines: One of the two new carriers at CVG with daily service to Seattle started May 20th.
  • Allegiant Air: New biweekly nonstop flights to Key West began June 9th.
  • American Airlines: Service to Phoenix will restart August 18th, new, twice-daily service to Austin will begin September 9th and new nonstop service to Boston will begin November 2nd flying three times a day.
  • Delta Air Lines: Nonstop service to Paris, France is scheduled to resume October 31st. This is also subject to change depending on demand and international travel restrictions.
  • Frontier: International service to Cancun has resumed.
  • Southwest Airlines: New nonstop flights to Sarasota and Fort Myers began on June 12th operating on Saturdays.
  • Sun Country Airlines: The other new carrier at CVG with biweekly service to Minneapolis, which began May 14th.
  • United Airlines: Four new nonstop destinations began May 27th and 28th to Pensacola, Florida; Charleston, South Carolina; Hilton Head, South Carolina; and Portland, Maine.
  • Vacation Express: International vacation packages to Cancun, Los Cabos and Punta Cana have resumed.
June 2021 CVG Route Map with Logos

For more on CVG’s nonstop flight options, you can visit the nonstop destinations webpage, follow the airport on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn) or sign up for Flight Lines, CVG’s monthly newsletter that provides updates on air service, tips for parking and more.


CVG encourages you to give yourself plenty of time when flying out. Check out this blog reviewing what you need to know to return to travel this summer.


And in case you haven’t heard, CVG launched a new online store where you can show off your airport pride no matter where your travels take you. Check it out today! Shop.CVGairport.com

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