Private jet charters to Cincinnati, OH

Are you planning to travel in a private jet to Cincinnati?

Despite being one of the smaller, less populated major cities in the United States, Cincinnati has a lot more to it than first meets the eye. Situated on the Ohio River, it looks over to Kentucky across the water and shares a close border with Indiana. This unique positioning and the history of migrants from Europe give it a fascinating blend of cultural influences which bring the city to life.

The Queen City has plenty to warrant a visit. Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, it's worth taking some time to learn more about the Underground Railroad and embrace the rich German heritage that's developed from nearly two centuries of immigration into the region.

Whatever you're visiting Cincinnati for, arrive comfortably and conveniently by booking a private jet. The XO platform means you can fly from locations around the country and the world, all through our mobile app or by getting in touch with our Client Services team. Fly through XO.


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What private jet routes are available to and from Cincinnati?

Private jets fly to Cincinnati from all over the US and around the world, thanks to the extensive fleet of aircraft available through XO. The most popular routes to and from Cincinnati include:


New York to/from Cincinnati

Philadelphia to/from Cincinnati

Miami to/from Cincinnati

Boston to/from Cincinnat

What private jets can I rent to Cincinnati?

When you fly through XO, you'll benefit from access to an extensive global fleet of over 2,400 private aircraft and our tailored, on demand service. And with an XO Reserve membership, you can get priority access to the exclusive Vista Members' fleet. Every aircraft meets our rigorous safety standards, ensuring you can board a private flight to Cincinnati with peace of mind.

The fleet available through XO covers all cabin classes, perfect for catering to your business or leisure travel needs. We offer the following options:


  • Light
  • Midsize
  • Super Midsize
  • Large Cabin
  • Ultra-Long Range

Where should I visit in Cincinnati?

There's plenty to see and do in Cincinnati, no matter if you're arriving by private jet for business or pleasure. We'd recommend the following if you've got time to spare:


  • Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden: Visit the second oldest zoo in the United States and see majestic animals such as African lions, American alligators, Asian elephants, hippos and much more. This incredible site has been a National Historic Landmark since 1987 and plays a key role in wildlife conservation, preservation, and education.
  • Cincinnati Art Museum: Located in the stunning Eden Park, the Cincinnati Art Museum holds over 70,000 works spanning 6,000 years of history and heritage. There's as much to savor from the outside, with an eclectic mix of architectural styles on show from additions made over the years.
  • Great American Ball Park: Home to the first professional baseball franchise, the Cincinnati Reds, Great American Ball Park is one of the great attractions of the city. With its riverside location and views of downtown Cincinnati, it's a fantastic place to experience an MLB game or take a stadium tour.
  • Cincinnati Museum Center: If you're looking for more history and fine architecture, head over to the Cincinnati Museum Center. It's a one-of-a-kind museum complex in a repurposed Art-Deco train station, exhibiting displays and features across many subject matters.

What are the best hotels and restaurants in Cincinnati?

Cincinnati's diverse cultural heritage has created a wonderful culinary scene across the city. There are some excellent restaurants we can recommend, including:



After indulging in some exquisite food and drinks, settle down for the night in one of these superb Cincinnati hotels:



With an XO Membership or XO Reserve Membership, you can get exclusive access to luxury hotel chains around the world and many other exceptional perks. Get in touch if you'd like to find out more.

What events are happening in Cincinnati?

  • Western & Southern Open: The Queen City takes its turn hosting tennis greats in one of the longest-running sporting events on the US calendar. A tournament was first played in Cincinnati in 1899 and has been a spectacle for people in the US and across the world for well over a century.
  • Oktoberfest: Did you know Cincinnati hosts the largest Oktoberfest celebration in the United States? Thanks to a rich German heritage in the city and across southwest Ohio, hundreds of thousands come together to enjoy traditional German music, bratwurst, sauerkraut and, of course, lots of beer.
  • Cincinnati Music Festival: This event has hosted the likes of Aretha Franklin, Earth Wind and Fire, Whitney Houston, Snoop Dogg and many more over the years. What started as a small jazz festival has grown into one of the staples of the Cincinnati calendar, lasting three days on the riverfront.
  • Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon: The city's livestock heritage is the reason behind the peculiar naming of Cincinnati's annual marathon. It's a brilliant event, attracting tens of thousands of runners all to raise money for charities around the city. Even if you're not running, there's a lively buzz around the city when it's on.

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Our Client Services team are here to give you their undivided attention for your private jet rental to Cincinnati and beyond. Don't hesitate to contact us for anything.

Why choose XO for access to private jets?

The XO Experience

The XO Experience starts from your very first contact with us. Everything we do is tailored to you, and our Client Services team will be there every step of the way.


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The fleet

No matter your travel requirements, XO gives you access to a vast global network of over 2,400 private aircraft. This includes the 360+ aircraft in the Vista' Members fleet.


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Owning a private jet comes laden with risk and sunk costs. Renting a private jet, on the other hand, means you can fly when you need to and avoid all the additional expense.


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Different ways to fly

XO isn't a one-dimensional service. We offer different ways to fly privately. From empty-leg flights to private charters and a selection of membership options, you can travel the way that suits your needs.


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Why invest in an XO private jet membership?

There's much more to the XO Experience than chartering flights to and from Cincinnati. If you fly regularly, you might benefit from the flexibility and value of one of our private jet memberships.

We know everyone has different travel requirements, so we offer the following membership packages:


  • XO Shared Membership: For $595 per year, you'll pay less for individual seats on private jets and fly with other like-minded travelers. It's the simplest and most accessible way to fly privately.
  • XO Membership: Our standard membership allows you to save money and earn loyalty credits on every flight. $995 per year, with a fully refundable deposit of $100,000, gives you access to the Vista Members' fleet and a range of other exclusive benefits. If you're not quite ready for the jump to XO Reserve, you can start here.
  • XO Reserve: For private flyers who want only the best. Pay the same annual fee and a fully refundable deposit of $250,000 to upgrade to our premium membership option. You'll benefit from priority fleet access and the ability to earn up to 4% loyalty credit on every flight. 


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Not ready to commit to a membership? That's no problem – you can still rent a private jet to Cincinnati on a buy as you fly basis. However, these bookings are subject to higher fees and hourly rates compared to what our members are offered.

If you need any advice or support, our Client Services team is always happy to help. Get in touch today with any questions you may have.

Cincinnati Jet Charter FAQs

What is the best airport to use for a private flight to or from Cincinnati?

There are plenty of private, commercial, and international airports to choose from if you're arriving in Cincinnati by private jet. The most commonly used airport for smaller aircraft is Lunken Field (KLUK), but we could arrange for you to land at Cincinnati International (KCVG) or another private facility that better meets your needs.

How much does it cost to rent a private jet in Cincinnati, Ohio?

There's no set price for private jet rental in Cincinnati or Ohio because the cost will largely be dependent on a few key factors. These typically include the type of aircraft booked, the size of your party, the takeoff/arrival destination, and any special requirements you may need.

If you'd like specific prices, please get in touch with our team or use the journey planner to get an estimate.

Is it cheaper to rent or buy a private jet?

It's far cheaper to hire a private jet than buy one. You won't have to buy the aircraft outright and can avoid all the depreciation, maintenance, and hassle that comes with owning one. Private jet rental allows you to fly where you need to when you need to, and without anything else to worry about.

How long do I need to be at the airport before a private jet charter?

You don't have to arrive hours before takeoff like with a commercial flight. Instead, you'll avoid crowded airport terminals and make the short journey onto your private jet just 15 minutes before leaving the tarmac. The process is a lot faster at the other end too, allowing you to reach your final destination sooner and with less stress.

Which airports in Cincinnati can I fly privately to?

Regardless of the specific kind of private flight to Cincinnati you choose, there are a few different airports in Cincinnati that will accommodate your choice

Cincinnati Municipal - Lunken Field
Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky Intl
James M. Cox Dayton Intl
Butler Co Rgnl - Hogan Fld
Richmond Muni
Wilmington Air Park
Dayton - Wright Brothers
Alexander Salamon
Mettel Field
Wright - Patterson AFB
Fleming - Mason
Brown County
Highland County
Middletown Rgnl / Hook Fld
Miami University

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