Port Columbus CMH Airport Overview
CMH Airport is located next to Interstate Hwys I-670 and I-270, and close to the city of Columbus. The new I-670/Stelzer Road interchange now provides more efficient public access to the airport due to a grade separation between International Gateway & Stelzer Road.
With a new South Runway, and more than 6.5 million flyers per year, Port Columbus Airport is served by major airlines offering non-stop flights to many US Airports, with connections around the world. Seasonal weekly flights are offered by Apple Vacations.
NOTE: Frontier.com Airlines offers new non-stops to Denver, Las Vegas, Orlando & Philadelphia starting May & June 2016.
Port Columbus International has one passenger terminal.
NOTE: By March 2016 PCIA completed its $80M Terminal Modernization Program, which included ticket lobby renovations, baggage claim upgrade, significant mechanical equipment updates and multiple technological enhancements.