Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport

Airport in Ohio, United States of America

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Cincinnati Municipal Airport

Lunken Field
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Airport typePublic
OwnerCity of Cincinnati
ServesCincinnati, Ohio
Hub forUltimate Air Shuttle
Elevation AMSL483 ft / 147 m
Coordinates39°06′12″N 084°25′07″W / 39.10333°N 84.41861°W / 39.10333; -84.41861Coordinates: 39°06′12″N 084°25′07″W / 39.10333°N 84.41861°W / 39.10333; -84.41861
WebsiteLUK Website
LUK is located in Ohio
Location of airport in Ohio / United States
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LUK is located in the United States
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Direction Length Surface
ft m
3L/21R 3,802 1,159 Asphalt
3R/21L 6,101 1,860 Asphalt
7/25 5,128 1,563 Asphalt
Statistics (2015)
Commercial Operations31,750
Peak Daily Departures13

Cincinnati Municipal Airport – Lunken Field (Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport) (IATA: LUK, ICAO: KLUK, FAA LID: LUK) is a public airport in Cincinnati, Ohio, three miles (5 km) east of Downtown Cincinnati. It is owned by the city of Cincinnati[1] and serves private aircraft and the fleets of local corporations. It serves a few commercial flights and is the second largest airport serving Cincinnati after Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport which is the areas primary airport. It is known as Lunken Airport or Lunken Field, after Eshelby Lunken.[2] It is bounded by US Route 50 (historic Columbia Parkway and Eastern Avenue) to the west, US Route 52 (Kellogg Avenue) and the Ohio River to the south, the Little Miami River (which originally flowed through the airfield but was diverted) to the east, and Ohio Route 125 (Beechmont Avenue) to the north. The airport is headquarters and hub for Cincinnati-based public charter airline Ultimate Air Shuttle, serving 5 destinations in the eastern United States with 16 peak daily flights. Lunken is also home to small charter airline Flamingo Air and its aviation school.

  1. ^ a b FAA Airport Form 5010 for LUK PDF, effective 2007-07-05
  2. ^ Mecklenborg, Jake. "Lunken Airport (LUK)". Retrieved 27 March 2018.

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