Category Archive: Airports

Airport Officials Outline Improvements at CLE

Crain’s Cleveland Business – The managers of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport briefed members of a Cleveland City Council committee on their short- and long-term plans to maintain and improve the city-owned airport. Short term, Cleveland’s Director of Airports and Port Control, Robert Kennedy, told transportation committee members, the growth in passenger traffic is straining the …

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Parking Rates Increase at Cleveland Hopkins

Crain’s Cleveland Business – The price of an airline ticket rises and falls from day to day. Parking though, at least at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, is going up. The price is going up $2 a day, except for valet parking, which is unchanged. “There is a variety of price points for our passengers to …

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Customs Facilities Renovated at Cleveland Hopkins

The Cleveland Plain Dealer – The international arrivals area including the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)’s Federal Inspection Service (FIS) facilities at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport have been renovated in anticipation of Icelandic flights doubling the number of international travelers passing through the airport. It’s good news for travelers who found the previous customs …

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Cleveland Hopkins Passenger Volume Tops 9 million for the First Time Since 2013

Cleveland Crain’s Business – Passenger traffic at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport continues to rebound. More than 9.1 million passengers traveled through the city of Cleveland-owned airport in 2017, an 8.5% increase over the 8.4 million passengers using the airport in 2016. In December alone, 2017 passenger traffic was up 14.7%. This is the first time …

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