Cincinnati, OH Airports & Charter Routes

Situated on the Ohio River, Cincinnati is a historic American city with its very own robust personality. Cincinnati, Ohio boasts unique museums, trendy breweries, and beautiful architecture. Jet to Cincinnati with Evo and indulge in the Over-the-Rhine district for the nonconforming pubs and shops of this hipster neighborhood—and prepare your taste buds for a hearty meal in the nation’s chili capital.

From downtown to the suburbs of Covington, the artistic atmosphere is freshened by the numerous themed museums that, like this city, are one of a kind. The past decade has been nothing short of revolutionary for the Over-the-Rhine district in Cincinnati. Known commonly as “OTR,” this realm of Ohio boasts the number one bars, shops, and restaurants in the state. Book a private flight to Cincinnati with evoJets for an engagement of the senses at Findlay’s, a bustling local market with an international selection and street performances.

After refueling at the oldest public market in Ohio, take in the afternoon at the six green acres that make up Washington Park. Grab a drink at The Porch or partake in an outdoor yoga session in the spacious fields in front of The American Classical Music Walk of Fame. As the fulcrum of OTR, Washington Park is within walking distance of a plethora of diverse museums and stunning views of the Ohio River and its channels.

Flying privately to Cincinnati with Evo brings you face to face with renowned museums that attract millions of visitors every year. The American Sign Museum is home to centuries worth of American Signage, from wooden to neon signs, offering countless stories of our country’s history. In the same fashion, the Cincinnati Art Museum is home to a large arrangement of iconic American paintings and sculptures. Over 60,000 pieces of art, including European pottery, make this museum one of the country’s most profound and respected collections.

The voice of Cincinnati is amplified by the contagious roars of passionate sports fans across many stadiums and arenas in the city. Board a private jet to Cincinnati, the home of the Reds and the oldest baseball team in the nation at The Great American Ball Park. Catch a game on Fireworks Friday, where you’ll see more than just baseballs take to the skies of the city.

The Ohio River carves out the area of this city, so it’s only right to marvel at the miles of waterfront views available at Riverwalk. Jetsetters can admire the nighttime skyline of the Queen City, as it sparkles through the towering beams of the Roebling Bridge.

Private Jet Airports in Cincinnati

  • Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport (KCVG / CVG) — Serving the Cincinnati tri-state area, CVG is ranked one of the most expensive major airports in North America.

Popular Private Jet Charter Flights to/from Cincinnati

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private Jet to/from Cincinnati

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely in price, based on flight time and the type of aircraft. A private jet rental from Chicago to Cincinnati will cost $4,500 or more in a Turbo Prop, for example.

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Cincinnati that we aim to offer our clients:

Target Price
Avg Flight Time
New York From $7,500 Light Jet 1.5 8-10
Los Angeles From $18,500 Midsize Jet 5.0 6-8
Denver From $11,000 Light Jet 3.0 6-8
Chicago From $4,500 Turbo Prop 1.5 6-8
S. Florida From $8,500 Light Jet 2.5 7-9

Please note that the above prices are ballpark estimates; specific pricing for a given trip will vary, and these amounts cannot be guaranteed for any specific flight.

Private Jet Prices – Ballpark Hourly Rates

The following hourly rates represent a range of prices for most aircraft within each major category. Exact rates for specific aircraft within each class will vary:

Ballpark Hourly
Turboprop Pilatus PC12 6-8 $1,200 – $1,800
Very Light Jet Phenom 100 4-5 $1,500 – $2,250
Light Jet Hawker 400XP 6-8 $2,200 – $3,000
Midsize Jet Lear 60 7-9 $2,800 – $3,800
Supermidsize Jet Citation Sovereign 8-10 $3,800 – $5,000
Heavy Jet Gulfstream G-IV 10-16 $5,000 – $8,000

Please note that these hourly rates represent flight charges only, and do not include taxes, crew, airport and other related fees.

Aircraft Available

With an in-network fleet of thousands, we have a variety of aircraft available in almost every city in the country.

Inventory can change by the day, but here is a list of aircraft commonly available for Cincinnati private jet charters:

  • Citation Mustang
  • Hawker 400XP
  • Citation XLS
  • Falcon 50EX
  • Challenger 604
  • Gulfstream GIV-SP

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Charter FAQ

What type of aircraft do you need to fly from Cincinnati to Florida?

With the flight to Miami being just over 800 miles, most of the aircraft available can make the trip non-stop. The main determining factor in which aircraft is the best fit for your flights is the size of your group and luggage concerns.

When I am flying out of Lunken field in Cincinnati how long do I need to be at the airport before departure?

Unlike flying commercial our passengers do not need to be at the airport hours before their scheduled departure. We know your time is important so we have everything ready to go when you arrive. The aircraft departs on your schedule, not the other way around!

What is the best airport to use when flying in and out of Cincinnati?

While Lunken field is the most commonly used airport for charter travel in Cincinnati we can use Cincinnati West (I67) or Cincinnati International (CVG).

Travel Guide

Top Hotels in Cincinnati, OH

Four hotels also received the Four Diamond status

  • The Cincinnatian Hotel
  • The Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
  • Mariott River Center
  • The Westin Cincinnati

Restaurants in Cincinnati, OH

Five restaurants in the Cincinnati area recently received Four Diamond designations, the AAA’s highest rating for travel and tourism venues. These luxurious and delectable locales are:

  • Boca
  • Celestial Steakhouse
  • Daveed’s at 934
  • Orchids at Palm Court
  • Palace Restaurant

Arts and Culture Sights of Cincinnati, OH

For arts and culture, visitors will enjoy the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal which is home to five different attractions:

  • Cincinnati History Museum
  • Duke Energy Children’s Museum
  • Museum of Natural History & Science
  • Cincinnati Historical Society Library
  • Contemporary Arts Center

Weather in Cincinnati, OH

Summers in Cincinnati are warm, ranging in the 70s, with the warmest month of July, having an average maximum temperature of 86.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The winter climate is very cold, with temperatures in the 30s. The coldest month, January, has an average minimum temperature of 22.7 degrees. May is the wettest month of the year, with an average rainfall of 4.5 inches, and the area has an annual average precipitation of 39.57 inches.