This page provides the driving directions and distances to the Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport. We offer you both Bus Companies: Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio as an alternate way to commute. The Anderson Ferry is not only a viable way to connect Boone County and the west side of Cincinnati; it is a fun ride for the kids. This page is printable so that you will have a copy for easy reference.
The Cincinnati-NKY International Airport is located 13 miles south of downtown Cincinnati in Northern Kentucky.
Drive south on I-71 or I-75 across the Ohio River. Take Exit 185 and follow the I-275 circle freeway west to Exit 4 (State Route 212). Follow the signs to the airport terminals and parking facilities.
From the West
Follow I-74 to the I-275 circle freeway. Follow I-275 south then east to Exit 4 (State Route 212.) Follow the signs to the airport terminals and parking.
From the South
Take I-71 or I-75 north and go west on I-275 to Exit 4 (State Route 212). Follow the signs to the airport terminals and parking.
Driving Distances To Airport:
Cincinnati, OH (13 Miles)
Indianapolis, IN (125 miles)
Columbus, OH (130 miles)
Kings Island, OH (35 miles)
Covington, KY (12 miles)
Lawrenceburg, IN (15 miles)
Dayton, OH (60 miles)
Lexington, KY (72 miles)
Florence, KY (12 miles)
Louisville, KY (98 miles)
Hamilton OH (37 miles)
Newport, KY (17 miles)
Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) Bus Service
Cincinnati METRO Bus System
The ferry connects the western part of Cincinnati, Ohio to Kentucky along Route 8 near the junction of Kentucky Routes 20 and 212 which provide the main access to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Many commuters use this service daily to save time.
ALL INFORMATION HEREIN IS BELIEVED ACCURATE BUT NOT GUARANTEED