Getting To Cleveland
It's pretty simple: Cleveland is easy to access. With three airports, the intersection of three major interstate highways and being located within 500 miles of 43 percent of the country, Cleveland makes getting here a cinch.
Fly to (CLE)
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) sees nine million passengers walk through the doors annually and is a short 12-mile ride to and from Downtown Cleveland. CLE provides transportation to and from the airport including taxicab services, limo services or car rentals. The Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Red Line departs every 15 minutes from CLE and arrives downtown at the Tower City Center.
- More than 9 million passengers passed through CLE in 2012
- International destinations include the Bahamas, Canada, the Dominican Republic and Mexico
- More than 7,000 public parking spaces on the premises
- RTA rail transit connects airport to downtown Cleveland
Fly to (CAK)
Located within a 40-minute drive of Cleveland, Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) offers 90 arrival and departure flights including nonstop service to 14 destinations. CAK’s Southwest Airlines station is the ninth largest in the country.
- CAK's AirTran Airways (Southwest Airlines subsidiary) station is the ninth largest in the country
- Nonstop service to 14 destinations
- 14th lowest average airfare in the country
- CAK provides one-stop access anywhere in the world with 90 arrival and departure flights
- Provides affordable on-site parking, free Wi-Fi and business club with computer access
- 40-minute drive from downtown Cleveland
- CAK offers a blend of network carrier and low fare airlines including: Southwest Airlines, AirTran Airways, Delta Air Lines, US Airways and United Airlines
Charter to (BLK)
Charter a plan to Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront Airport (BLK) located on Lake Erie. The views of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and Cleveland’s skyline flying into town will impress any high-level client.
- Burke Lakefront Airport enables air travel for corporate visitors and business executives via privately owned and charter aircrafts directly into downtown Cleveland
Drive to Cleveland
Located within 500 miles of 43 percent of the U.S. population, Cleveland is situated at the intersection of three major interstate highways (I-77, I-90 and I-71) making it a straight shot for attendees making the trek into Downtown.