Cleveland Hopkins International Airport CLE
serves the City of Cleveland and its surroundings and is northeast Ohio's largest commercial airport. Hopkins Airport has recently been re-dedicated as a 'national historic civil engineering landmark' - being the the first major municipal airport in the U.S. to provide an integrated engineered system of paved landing surfaces, flood-lit runways and a terminal complex with operational buildings & hangars and home to first air-traffic-control tower with ground-to-plane communications - all a novelty in the 1920s.
CLE Airport is about 10 miles southwest of Cleveland - accessible via Interstate Highway 71 south from downtown Cleveland, or north from Ohio Turnpike / South communities.
Counting an estimated 8M passengers per annum, and with two parallel runways, Cleveland Hopkins International is served by major airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe. Note that in Jan. 27, 2017 it was announced that passenger satisfaction had jumped from 2015's fourth quarter to 2016's fourth quarter by 6.8 percent.
Allegiant starts May 12, 2017 with two weekly flights to Destin /Fort Walton Beach.
Southwest starts June 4, 217 with one daily flight to St. Louis.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport has one passenger terminal.