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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.
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.
Located within a 40-minute drive of Cleveland, Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) offers 90 arrival and departure flights including nonstop service to 14 destinations. Nonstop service to 14 destinations
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.
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.
According to Walk Score, a popular internet site for ranking pedestrian-friendly cities, Downtown Cleveland is considered a "walkers paradise." Most attractions in Downtown Cleveland can be reached within a 20-minute walk.
In addition to all of that, PCMA's Convene magazine ranked the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland number four on the "Top 15 Convention Centers in Highly Walkable Places" list. That means that returning to the hotel room for a quick break between sessions is no biggie.
Yellow-clad Downtown ambassadors patrol the streets to ensure safety and cleanliness, answer questions, offer friendly greetings or give helpful directions.
Public transit helps when the weather isn't cooperating. Cleveland's Regional Transit Authority runs free trolley buses on weekdays, as well as nights and weekends. RTA also operates a rail line between Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Tower City Center every 15 minutes.