John Glenn Columbus CMH Airport Overview

Columbus John Glenn International Airport CMH* serves the City of Columbus, State of Ohio, and is also a travel option for Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Wheeling residents. Port Columbus Airport has undergone continuous expansion and plans are in place for further expansion in anticipation of passenger and air traffic increases in the coming years. The Airport is operated by the Columbus Regional Airport Authority.

NOTE:  Effective September 2016, the Airport name will change to: 'John Glenn Columbus International Airport'.

John Glenn 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 6.6 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. 

Port Columbus International has one passenger terminal.  

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CMH Delays: 15 mins or less.

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