Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) was the first municipal airport in the United States and has provided aviation leadership and serves as a catalyst for economic growth in Cleveland and throughout Northeast Ohio. CLE is Ohio’s busiest airport, serving more than 11 million passengers annually. It is positioned within 500 miles of 43 percent of the U.S. population. And for Northeast Ohio travelers, the airport is close – just 12 miles from downtown Cleveland. Travelers also have the option to take the rail to CLE, a connection that, when added in 1968, was another first in the country.
Average daily flights
United, together with United Express,® operates 159 daily flights out of CLE:
- United Mainline – 26
- United Regional – 138
United serves five cities in Canada and offers seasonal service to the Carribean out of CLE.
United operates more than 150 daily flights to 62 airports across the United States from CLE, including frequent daily service to top business travel markets in New York, Chicago and Houston.
- Annual – 3 million
- Average daily – 8,164
Approximate total in Cleveland area – 2,200
One United Club located in Concourse C
- Business Volunteers Unlimited
- Providence House
- The City Club of Cleveland
- Cleveland Browns
- Cleveland Cavaliers
- Cleveland Indians
General airport amenities
More than 50 food and beverage establishments, newsstands and retailers; Wi-Fi throughout all terminals; automated teller machines in each terminal; visitor information centers; currency exchange; U.S. mailboxes at Security checkpoints A and B; USO facility; pet relief area; Interfaith Center.