There are 175 public airports in Ohio. Ohio airports are well equipped to handle the heavy traffic that flows into the state every year. Ohio airports are customer friendly
and their services are tailored to this purpose. Ohio's international airports include Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport in Cleveland,
John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Columbus, and the James M. Cox International Airport in Dayton. There are also international general aviation airports in Ohio. These are Akron Fulton
International Airport in Akron and Rickenbacker International Airport in Columbus.
Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport Photo by Brandon Blackwell
Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (CLE) is a public airport
situated in Cleveland, Ohio, nine miles southwest of the downtown area and adjacent to the Glenn Research Center, one of NASA's ten major field centers. It is the
main airport serving Greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio
The Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport handles nearly 12 million passengers every year. The airport has many shops and restaurants, ATMs, a chapel, currency exchange,
business and convention centers, lounges. The airport also offers special assistance for people with disabilities. It has TTY phones, wheelchair assistance, wheelchair
accessible toilets, handicapped accessible lifts and parking for people with disabilities. There are friendly airport ambassadors who help people when needed.
Cleveland Hopkins consists of of 1,717 acres. There are three runways:
Runway 6R/24L is 9,956 x 150 feet made of concrete.
Runway 6L/24R is 9,000 x 150 feet made of concrete.
Runway10/28 is 6,018 x 150 feet made of asphalt/concrete.
The airlines operating at this airport include US Airways, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, American West Airlines, Midwest Airlines, Air Canada, Continental Airlines, USA 3000,
Southwest Airlines, Continental Express and Northwest Airlines. - List of US Airlines
John Glenn Columbus International Airport
John Glenn Columbus International Airport Photo by Duty Free Information
John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH), is an international airport located 6 miles (9.7 km) east of downtown Columbus, Ohio.
Previously called Port Columbus International Airport, it is managed by the Columbus Regional Airport Authority, which also oversees operations at Rickenbacker International Airport and Bolton Field. The airport code 'CMH' stands for "Columbus Municipal Hangar," the original name for the airport.
CMH offers many amenities and services. These include a meditation room, skycap service, massage chairs,
shoe shine shop, business center with full technical support systems and free wireless internet access. It also has TDD phones, standardized signage and easy parking for
people with disabilities.
John Glenn Columbus International Airport includes 1,164 acres and features two runways:
Runway 10R/28L is a 10,113 × 150 feet, air carrier runway, ILS equipped.
Runway 10L/28R is a 8,000 × 150 feet, air carrier runway, ILS equipped.
The airlines operating this airport are Air Canada, Northwest Airlines, United Express, USA 3000, Southwest Airlines, Midwest Airlines,
Continental Express, American Airlines, America West and Delta Connection.
- List of US Airlines
James M. Cox Dayton International Airport
James M. Cox Dayton International Airport
Dayton International Airport (DAY) (officially James M. Cox Dayton International Airport),
Previously called Dayton Municipal Airport and James M. Cox-Dayton Municipal Airport, is
located ten miles north of downtown Dayton, in Montgomery County, Ohio. DAY is
located inside the city limits of Dayton, in an exclave of Dayton not contiguous with the rest of the city
Dayton International Airport includes 4,200 acres with three paved runways:
Runway 6L/24R is 10,901 × 150 feet with Asphalt/concrete
Runway 6R/24L is 7,285 × 150 feet with Concrete
Runway 18/36 is 8,502 × 150 feet with Asphalt/concrete
Akron-Canton Regional Airport
Akron-Canton Regional Airport Photo by CLEFS Development
Akron–Canton Airport (CAK) is a commercial airport
located in the city of Green, in southern Summit County, Ohio, about 14 miles southeast of Akron and 10 miles northwest of Canton. It is jointly operated by Summit County and Stark County.
The airport covers an area of 2,300 acres and has two runways:
Runway 1/19 is 7601 x 150 feet asphalt/grooved.
Runway 5/23 is 8204 x 150 feet. asphalt/grooved
CAK completed an expansion and renovation of the terminal in 2006, which included the addition of a new wing off the main concourse, bringing the number of gates to 11, and provided new baggage areas, a food court, and improved aesthetics.
The airport is home to a maintenance base for PSA Airlines, a regional carrier that flies under the American Eagle brand for American Airlines.
Rickenbacker International Airport
Photo by SCB
Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) is a civil-military public airport
located 10 miles south of downtown Columbus, near Lockbourne in southern Franklin County, Ohio. The south
part of the airport extends into Pickaway County. The base was named for flying ace and Columbus native Eddie Rickenbacker. It is managed by the Columbus Regional Airport Authority, which also
manages John Glenn Columbus International Airport and Bolton Field. LCK is
principally a cargo airport for the city of Columbus, although since 2012 it is serving an increasing
amount of passenger flights as well as charter avation. - List of US Airlines
Rickenbacker International Airport consists of 4,342 acres with two runways:
Runway 5R/23L is 12,102 × 200 feet Asphalt/Concrete
Runway 5L/23R is 11,902t × 150 feet Asphalt
Toledo Express Airport
Toledo Express Airport
Toledo Express Airport (TOL) is a joint civil-military airport in
located Swanton and Monclova townships 10 miles west of Toledo in western Lucas County, Ohio.. The airport opened in 1955 as a replacement to then Toledo Municipal Airport located southeast of Toledo. TOL is
situated near Interstate 80/Interstate 90, exit 52.
Toledo Express Airport includes 2,345 acres and there are two runways:
Runway 7/25 is 10,599 x 150 feet, Surface: Asphalt
Runway 16/34 os 5,599 x 150 feet, Surface: Asphalt
TOL is used by passenger and cargo airlines, general aviation, and is also home to the Ohio Air National Guard's 180th Fighter Wing.
Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport
Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport Photo by WKBN
Youngstown–Warren Regional Airport (YNG) is a public and military airport in Vienna Township, Trumbull County, Ohio, 11 miles north of Youngstown and 10 miles east of Warren. The airport is
also home to the Youngstown–Warren Air Reserve Station.
The airport has been in operation since 1940. It is run by the Western Reserve Port Authority, made up of members appointed by the Mahoning and Trumbull County Commissioners
Youngstown–Warren Regional Airport consists of 1,468 acres at an elevation of 1,196 feet. There are three asphalt runways:
Runway 5/23 is 5,002 by 150 feet.
Runway 14/32 is 9,003 by 150 feet.
Runway 143/323 is 3,500 by 60 feet.
One can receive online tickets of the above mentioned airlines and use discounts for the online booking of tickets.
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