CVG is the first airport in the nation to use BlipTrack, designed by Lockheed Martin, to help passengers get through the airport faster.
The mobile tracking system, already used internationally, is now on-line at CVG, allowing the airport and you to know just how busy certain areas are like check-in and security. Lockheed's Director of Global Airports, Martin Bowman, says it discreetly monitors for Wi-Fi signals from mobile devices at areas like check-in and security.
Allegiant Air says it will be flying non stop from Cincinnati to Tampa Bay and Myrtle Beach starting May 30th. Fares will start as low as $59 one way.
In a release, Andrew Levy, president and C-O-O Andrew Levy said the airline has been operating for less than a month in Cincinnati and the community has already embraced its ultra-low-cost travel offerings.
Three members of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) board have resigned.
Jim Huff, chairman of the Kenton County Airport Board, Larry Savage, vice chairman of the board, and airport board member Mark Arnzen submitted letters of resignation Friday to Kenton County Judge-Executive Steve Arlinghaus, effective immediately.
Bill Robinson, Kathy Collins and Chad Summe will replace each of them respectively.
Airport officials say they're seeing signs that things are moving in the right direction. CVG reports the number of passengers was up about 3 percent and its cargo traffic grew about 9 percent, comparing 2013 to 2012.
Here's the statement from CVG:
Local origin and destination (O&D) passengers using Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) yielded an increase for nine out of twelve months during 2013.