Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Here's Why You're Seeing (and Hearing) More Air Traffic From Lunken Field


Lunken Field, the public airport three miles southeast of Downtown Cincinnati has had increased air traffic over Fort Thomas over the last week and residents are starting to notice.

According to an employee at the airport's office, the main runway is under construction so traffic is being diverted to the other runways which points toward the airspace over Fort Thomas. The main runway is scheduled for maintenance until July 23.

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Lunken serves a few commercial flights and is the second largest airport serving Cincinnati after Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

It is situated on U.S. Route 50 to the west, US Route 52 (Kellogg Avenue) and the Ohio River to the south, the Little Miami River to the east, and Beechmont Avenue to the north.

The airport is headquarters and hub for Cincinnati-based public charter airline Ultimate Air Shuttle, serving five destinations in the eastern United States with 16 peak daily flights. Lunken is also home to small charter airline Flamingo Air and its aviation school.


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