Created on Wednesday, 07 August 2013 Written by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CINCINNATI (AP) — Ultimate Air Shuttle will begin its charter service at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport this fall, starting with connections to the New York area.
The airport said Wednesday that Ultimate Air will begin offering round-trip flights to and from New York City via New Jersey's Morristown Airport on Sept. 9.
Ultimate Air's 30-seat jet will fly four days a week from the Cincinnati airport's administration building, west of the main terminal.
Ultimate Air's managing director says many of its customers requested service from the airport, which is located in Hebron, Ky., across the river from Cincinnati.
The chairman of the Kenton County Airport Board says the charter service gives travelers an option they don't currently have there.