Getting to Cleveland

Getting to Cleveland

Destination Cleveland, the Cleveland visitors’ bureau, has a very helpful website, filled with information on tours, attractions, restaurants, breweries, nightlife, and other things to do before or after the meeting in Cleveland, OH and the surrounding areas.

Airport Information

The Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) is Northeast Ohio’s Gateway to the World. Serving 10,000,000 passengers annually with over 135 daily departures to 38 nonstop destinations, CLE is Northeast Ohio’s premier commercial airport. With nonstop service operating on 34 domestic and 4 international routes, it is the busiest airport serving State of Ohio metropolitan areas as ranked by passenger activity. Ten passenger airlines and two all-cargo airlines operate regularly at CLE. The upcoming multi-phase Terminal Modernization Development Program will elevate the travel experience for all through an extensive transformation of terminal and related facilities. It is anticipated to begin in 2025, the Airport’s 100th Anniversary, and extend into the next decade.

Transit Information

  • Cleveland's Regional Transit Authority runs free trolley buses on weekdays. RTA also operates a rail line between Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Tower City Center every 15 minutes.

    Cleveland’s transit system is rather substantial with bus, trolley and train lines all throughout the city. Be sure to visit RTA’s website or use the Transit App to purchase fares and plan trips with real-time arrival information from your phone.