Cincinnati/N. Kentucky Airport Plans $60M Rental Facility

COVINGTON, Ky. --- The Kenton County Airport Board, the airport authority for Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, in October approved a $3.75 per-day customer facility charge to finance a new consolidated rental car facility and centralized busing system, the Cincinnati Post reported.

The $60 million project’s planned construction site is just east of Terminal 3, near baggage claim. However, the location may change in response to objections to the proposed site, the newspaper reported.

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