Hebron, Kentucky. Close to the airport via interstate, and you won't get caught up in the severe traffic crossing the bridge over the Ohio river getting to and from the airport in peak traffic hours. There are affordable apartments there, or if your wife has a job, and if you are in the market, there is some affordable housing to purchase or rent.superfreight208 said:Where are good places to live in CVG, for a first year f/o (Comair)?? Not a crash pad, bringing wife down??
superfreight208 said:Where are good places to live in CVG, for a first year f/o (Comair)?? Not a crash pad, bringing wife down??
WateryGrave said:DO NOT, I REPEAT DO NOT live anywhere near that airport. If anyone tells you that living in Hebron, Florence, Burlington, Independence, or some other s***hole by the airport is close and affordable then just remember. You get what you pay for. I would suggest that you look all around Cincinnati, especially on the North side of the river to see what all your options are. The drive from the otherside of the river is not that bad, and you will be doing it a lot less than you think(mostly because they will be sending you out for six days at a time). Good luck with the search.
N813CA said:What the heck are you talking about. I live in Hebron KY and have a 2 story home that was built 2 years ago next to a farmers field. Great place to live and a great house. No low income stuff. What are you smoking? There is a lot of Comair pilots that have a house in Hebron. It is 5 minutes away from the parking lot, no traffic guaranteed.