CVG Changes Layout Tuesday
A rendering of remodeled boarding gate areas in Concourse A.
(Hebron, Ky.) – A new-look Terminal 3 at the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Airport begins handling all traffic through the airport on Tuesday.
The $36 million renovation project included revamping the main terminal, the passenger tunnel and Concourse A, which has been shut down since Delta abandoned the space in December 2011.
CVG execs say the renovations add room for growth and will hopefully attract new flights.
Travelers passing through the airport will notice several changes as they get to their gates. Starting Tuesday, ticketing, security screening and baggage claim for all airlines will take place in the main terminal, Terminal 3. Terminal 2 will close for good.
Carriers in Terminal 2 – Air Canada, American, United and US Airways – will move to a new ticketing area in Terminal 3. They will use gates in Concourse A.
Delta Air Lines flights will continue to operate at Terminal 3 and Concourse B.
Airport officials say the TSA screeners in Terminal 2 will move to an expanded security area in the main terminal.
All the changes come with visual upgrades to the airport as well. New décor will give travelers a definite impression of the Cincinnati area.
More information on the airport changes can be found at http://www.cvgairport.com/terminals/future.html.