Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor
I've been living in Cincinnati, off and on, since 2000. During that time, I've probably flown over 100 times -- only 1 time out of CVG.
As far as I'm concerned, the entire building can just implode. I'll gladly make the drive to Dayton or Indianapolis every single time.
I flew out of CVG twice in 2012 - to Seattle in June (via DTW) and over Christmas to Paris (non-stop). In both cases CVG was easily the cheapest option including Dayton and Columbus. Sorry, but I'm not driving to Indy or Louisville. Those drives are brutal; the drives home after landing are worse.
CVG as the cheapest option isn't as rare as people think. My friend is flying here in February from Philadelphia (direct on US Airways I think) for $125. That blew away any fare offered from Dayton or Columbus, and both of those cities would have involved obnoxious connections for such a short trip.
I really hope people support Frontier at CVG. Don't run back to Delta to pad your FF miles when they match Frontier's price. They're only doing it to drive the competition out so they can return to their high pricing.
Just say no to Delta! Fly Frontier to the West!