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Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

Read on to find out more on Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, the services and facilities it has on offer, the top places to fly to from the airport and with which airlines you can do this with.

About Cleveland Hopkins International Airport


Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (IATA: CLE) also known as City of Colorado Springs Municipal Airport, is a public airport that serves 9.6 million passengers each year. The airport opened in 1927 and serves cities within the United States. The airport has an area of 1,717 acres and owns three runways.

The airport is the busiest and largest airport in Ohio and it is ranked 43rd busiest airport in the United States by passenger numbers. The airport is a focus city for Frontier Airlines. It provides passenger service to 54 destinations with 174 average daily departures.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Location

The airport is located 9 miles (14 km) southwest of downtown Cleveland, Ohio:


Colorado Springs Airport offers facilities and services to provide comfort and ease for its travellers. In total, the airport has 18 gates as well as shops, restaurants, cafes and bars at the airport terminal.

Facilities Include:

A wide range of shopping and dining places are available from popular restaurants, cafes and luxury and designer shops.

Free WiFi Accessibility

Mobile Charging

Baby care facilities

Art Exhibitions


Pet Relief

Prayer Area

Postal Services


Currency Exchange

Lounges Include:

Airspace Lounge (Main Terminal, Airside, near Concourse B): includes beverages, snacks, air conditioning, WiFi, amenity kit, conference rooms, printing.

United Club (Concourse C, Airside, between gates C14 and C-6): available facilities include beverages, air conditioning, WiFi, TV, telephone, conference rooms, newspapers and magazines.

USO Lounge (Main Terminal, Landside): includes beverages, snacks, computers, WiFi, TV, telephone, children's play area showers, conference rooms all for active military members in the US military and their families.



Colorado Springs Airport currently has three runways.

Direction Length (ft) Length (m) Surface
6L/24R 9,000 2,743 Concrete
6R/24L 9,956 3,034 Concrete
10/28 6,018 1,834 Asphalt/Concrete



Main Terminal

The airport has one terminal with two-levels. Concourse A has 12 gates in total numbering from A1 to A3, A5 to A12 and A14 and is home to Allegiant Air, Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines and all international arrivals. Concourse A has 11 gates in total numbered from B1 to B11 and is home to two airlines Delta and Southwest. Concourse C has in total 24 gates labelled from C2 to C11, C14, and C16 to C29 and houses airlines such as Air Canada Express, American Airlines, JetBlue and all United Airlines.

Airlines that fly to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

The list below consists of all the airlines that fly passenger services from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport:

Air Canada Express Allegiant Airlines American Airlines
American Eagle Delta Air Lines Delta Connection
Frontier Airlines JetBlue Southwest Airlines
Spirit Airlines United Airlines United Express

The Most Popular Domestic Destinations

Rank Destination Passengers Airlines
1 Atlanta, Georgia 456,020 Delta, Southwest, Spirit
2 Chicago–O'Hare, Illinois 410,210 American, United
3 Denver, Colorado 251,150 Frontier, Southwest, United
4 Orlando, Florida 239,990 Delta, Frontier, Spirit, Southwest, United
5 Charlotte, North Carolina 189,910 American
6 Las Vegas, Nevada 185,640 Frontier, Southwest, Spirit
7 Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas 183,710 American, Spirit
8 New York–LaGuardia, New York 182,080 American, Delta, United
9 Chicago–Midway, Illinois 180,820 Southwest
10 Boston, Massachusetts 153,680 Delta, JetBlue, Spirit, United

The most popular destinations from June 2018 - May 2019. Statistics from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS)

How to get to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

By Road

There are a number of firms that offer these taxi services at the airport. Taxis are available on a 24-hour basis, picking up passengers outside near the orange coloured wall on the south side of the baggage claim area, near Carousel 11. It takes only 15 minutes to downtown Cleveland by taxi.

By Public Transport

Cleveland Hopkins Airport is connected to Tower City Station in downtown Cleveland, on the RTA “Red Line” rail system. There are departures every 15 minutes, and it takes 30 minutes between the airport and downtown Cleveland by train. The airport RTA station is located on the lower level of the main terminal.

By Rental Car

You can rent a car from a selection of car hire companies. Cleveland Hopkins International Airport has onsite 24-hour car rental services. Car rental shuttles stop on the lower roadway island which is accessible through Door 7 on the baggage claim level. Many car rental companies offer these services, for instance, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Thrifty.