Flight tickets to Cincinnati from Thunder Bay

When you're on the lookout for flight tickets to Cincinnati from Thunder Bay, rest assured that you can get there with WestJet. We fly into Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and more than 150 other destinations across Canada, the U.S., Central America, the Caribbean and Europe — so you can depend on us to get you there. But our extensive network of routes isn't the only thing that makes WestJet a great choice for travellers: we also offer a friendly, welcoming guest experience that helps to set our safe, affordable air travel apart. Book your next trip with WestJet and find out how our exceptional guest care can serve you better.

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Airport Details: To CVG, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport From YQT, Thunder Bay International Airport

When it comes to great celebrations, festivals and some of the best chili around, Cincinnati is the place to go. Cincy also lays claim to having the most chili restaurants per capita than any other city in the world, so clearly guest can’t go wrong with getting a steaming hot bowl. There’s definitely no shortage of festivals here either; year-round, guests will come upon great celebrations like the Taste of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Flower Show and the MLK Parade. There are plenty of other family-friendly attractions available year-round, like the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, a much-loved national landmark.

So why wait? Book flight tickets now through WestJet and you'll be jetting off to sporty, colourful Cincinnati in no time. It doesn't matter if it's business travel or a trip to see the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, the Great American Ballpark or Roebling Suspension Bridge — you can get there with us. Fly to Cincinnati from Thunder Bay with WestJet and make the most of a great guest experience.

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