Lunken Airport: After the first flights flew out of Lunken Airport in 1925, it soon became the center of aviation in Cincinnati. Within three years of operation, over 8,500 travelers passed through its gates. Today Lunken covers 2,000 acres, and its operations are largely for general and corporate aviation use as it is too small to accommodate larger commercial airplanes.
Your executive charter flight will put you within just a few minutes from Cincinnati proper. Lunken Airport is only 7.9 miles away and can be reached by a short drive on highway 50/52 E. Midtown is even closer – approximately five miles away with a short 15-minute drive east on Columbia Parkway.
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport: In 1912, government funding for the airport was secured through President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Works Projects Administration (WPA) to create an auxiliary military airfield for the Army Air Force’s Ferrying Command in Cincinnati.