Cincinnati Airport – Car Rental

 

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In this page you’ll find car rental options at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (IATA: CVG; ICAO: KCVG), is the international airport serving Cincinnati metropolitan area, in Hebron, Kentucky, in the United States. It is concretely located in Hebron, about 28 km away from Cincinnati city centre. It operates as the unique and only airport of Indiana, Kentucky and main for Ohio. To rent a car within Cincinnati metropolitan area is a perfect idea to see the city but also to travel the whole region. Check out our search engine to find the best car rental option for your Cincinnati trip. A car ride from CVG Airport to Cincinnati city centre may take around 25 minutes, but it always depends on the traffic and on the exact destination.

Cincinnati Airport car rental companies

At Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) you’ll find the following car rental companies (you can take a shuttle from the Baggage claim to the rental lots, working every 5-10 minutes):

- Alamo: (800)327-9633
- AVIS: (800)331-1212
- Budget: (800)527-0700
- Dollar Rent A Car: (800) 800-4000
- Enterprise Rent A Car: (800) 325-8007
- Hertz: (800) 645-3131
- National: (800) 328-4567
- Payless: (800) 729-5377
- Thrifty: (800) 367-2277
- Zipcar: (866) 494-7227

Van and Car service

At CVG Airport there are available several Van and Car services to hotels, attractions and other destinations around as well.
- To Downtown or Covington: 24$; round-trip 36$
- To ask for the rates of other locations and destinations don’t hesitate to call at: 859-261-8841 or directly go to the Shuttle desk at the Baggage claim and ask for your van/car. Vehicles for disabled passengers are also available.

 

Rideshare Services

Lyft and Uber are authorized to operate at CVG Airport.
 

Commercial Vehicle Operators

All operators of commercial vehicles must have an airport license to pick up passengers at Cincinnati Airport.