American Airlines plans to launch non-stop service between Cincinnati /Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) and Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) starting January 10th, 2023.
“American Airlines is excited to connect Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and Raleigh-Durham with new daily nonstop service this January,” said Philippe Puech, American Airlines Director of Short-Haul Network Planning, in a statement. “We expect this route will appeal to both business and leisure customers alike, offering a time-saving option between the two regions.”
American Will Use the Popular Embraer 175 Regional Jet, That They Use on Other Routes Out of CVG
AA will operate the Embraer 175, a twin-engine, short to medium-range aircraft manufactured by the Brazilian aerospace company.
Starting August 6, tickets may be purchased via aa.com for the flight.
American already serves 11 other destinations out of CVG including Miami (MIA), Boston (BOS), Dallas (DFW) and New York (JFK and LGA).
“Raleigh-Durham is a strong addition to American’s growing network at CVG, serving both leisure and business travelers,” said Candace McGraw, chief executive officer, CVG. “This service is welcomed as another option for local travelers to get to the Triangle Region, a growing area where art and science intersect.”
CVG is quietly growing in to powerhouse for the midwest route-wise. A lot of options there for flights and well positioned geographically to make it very appealing.