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Discussion in 'USITT 2015' started by gafftaper, Jan 22, 2015.
Arriving Wed. Departing Sunday .
@JChenault where are you flying through?
I'm flying out on the Wed AM redeye through Minneapolis I'm coming back via Washington DC through Atlanta
CVG (Greater Cincinnati Airport is actually in Hebron, KY) is almost as far from downtown as DAY (Dayton, OH), which has less expensive flights and is a better airport. If renting a car anyway, what's the diff.?
CVG is about 12.5 miles from Duke Energy Convention Center, about 15 minutes. DAY is about 65 miles from DECC, about 1 hour, 10 minutes. I'm confused as to what you mean.
Not that it really matters to me, since I'll be driving the 3:15 from Fort Wayne.
That would make sense!
I've found - pre 911 - the time from CVG landing to downtown Cincinnati is usually over a half hour, and - being a Southwest fanatic - the time from landing in Louisville to be just 90 minutes - so an hour of extra driving (through nice country) and to usually save $500 or more. I think you'll find that time form scheduled touch down to rental car in CVG is substantially greater than the same at DAY as well. Post 911 I usually just drive if it's less than 5 hours. The fares to and from CVG are just murderous. I can usually fly from Chicago to London or Paris for less than to CVG, and certainly to NY or CA or TX for a lot less.
I understand what you are saying. I only fly out of FWA for business. Just too expensive otherwise. Better to drive to Indy or South Bend and fly from there.
Ouch: Cincinnati > DC >Atlanta > Seattle....
I was not clear.
Cincinatte -> Atlanta -> DC ( small owie )
Visit my daughter and go to a job interview.
DC -> Seattle direct
I'm tuning my radio to WKRP.
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