Major Airports in Northeast Ohio
Cleveland Hopkins International is the largest airport in Ohio and is located 12 miles from Downtown Cleveland. It’s about a 43-minute drive from Akron and an hour from Canton. CLE offers 156 daily nonstop departures, serving over 60 destinations. International destinations include the Bahamas, Canada and Mexico. Fun fact: Hopkins was the home of the world’s first radio-equipped air traffic control tower and the nation’s first airfield lighting system.
Photo courtesy of Akron-Canton Airport
Akron-Canton Airport (CAK)
5400 Lauby Road NW, North Canton 44720
The Akron-Canton Airport, about 15 minutes south of downtown Akron, boasts one of the most travel-friendly airports in the country. For more than a decade, Akron-Canton has offered the lowest average fare of any airport in Ohio. It’s also known for its easy parking and accessibility. American, Breeze, Spirit and United all fly out of CAK.
Burke Lakefront Airport (BKL)
1501 N. Marginal Road, Cleveland 44114
Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront Airport is Northeast Ohio’s premier hub for business travel. The airport provides provides a variety of charter air services. BKL also offers flight instruction and, located in the terminal, you'll find one of Cleveland’s hidden gems—the International Women’s Air & Space Museum.