Cleveland's easy accessibility and abundance of nonstop flight options offered by multiple airlines is an undeniable asset for meeting planners considering the Midwest destination as a host city.
Fly to CLE
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is a short 12-mile ride to and from Downtown Cleveland and can be accessed through taxicab and limo services, car rentals, rideshare options or the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Red Line, which departs the airport every 15 minutes.
- 48 nonstop markets with 115 daily nonstop departures
- 9 airlines
- Low fares due to the addition of new service from ultra-low-cost and low-cost airlines.
- More than 6,000 public parking spaces on the premises
- $2.50 fare using RTA Red Line train to downtown
Fly to CAK
Located within a 40-minute drive of Cleveland, Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) offers over 150 arrival and departure flights including nonstop service to 16 destinations.
- CAK provides one-stop access anywhere in the world with over 150 arrival and departure flights
- Provides affordable on-site parking, free Wi-Fi and Ohio Business Center with computer access
- CAK offers a blend of network carrier and low fare airlines including: American Airlines, Allegiant Air, Breeze Airways and United Airlines
Charter to BLK
Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront Airport (BLK) located on Lake Erie enables air travel for corporate visitors and business executives via privately-owned and charter aircraft directly into downtown Cleveland. The views of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Cleveland’s skyline flying into town will impress any high-level client.
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.
There are several bus companies that will get attendees to Cleveland from a variety of U.S. destinations.
Traveling throughout Ohio? GoBus is a great option, as it provides city-to-city services within Ohio. They also connect travelers to greater national and local transportation services to help attendees reach any destination in the United States. The pick-up/drop-off location is the Greyhound bus terminal located at 1465 Chester Ave. in Downtown Cleveland. (888-95-GOBUS)
Offer trips around the United States, Greyhound offers a specific Cleveland stop in Downtown Cleveland. The Greyhound bus terminal is located at 1465 Chester Ave. (216.781.0520)
Cleveland's Amtrak station is located in Downtown Cleveland, across from FirstEnergy Stadium at 200 Cleveland Memorial Shoreway. There are two major Amtrak routes that go through Cleveland and connect to Chicago, Washington D.C., New York City and Boston. Connections can be made to any destination in the United States from these routes. (216.696.5115)
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Getting Around Cleveland
Once you’ve made your way to Cleveland, the next step is to determine how you’ll get around town. Thankfully, Cleveland’s got a bevy of options. Click here to learn about transportation options in and around the city.