Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) welcomed more passengers in 2017 than each year since 2012 – including 2013, the last full year of hub operations at CLE.
“The growth in passengers flying to and from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is a testament to the airport’s focus on growing air service and the quality of the traveling public’s experience,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “It is also evidence of our region’s increasing reputation as a key destination for regional, national and international travel.”
Airport Director Robert Kennedy added, “Residents of Northeast Ohio have made it clear that Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is their choice for more destinations at lower airfares. With the addition of new transatlantic service coming in 2018, we will continue our growth and our capacity to serve the region’s travelers.”