Cleveland Hopkins Airport Transportation

Located just within the southwestern side of Cleveland, the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport handles nearly 12,000,000 passengers every year. The Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is the United States’ first municipally owned airport, and it is the largest airport in Ohio. Transportation services and accommodations are available at the airport.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport’s parking facilities are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Color-coded parking sections and corresponding cards are designed to help people remember where they parked. Parking fees are calculated from automatic parking tickets issued upon arrival. Parking services include complimentary emergency vehicle assistance, ATM access, and Smart Cartes rentals to transport luggage.

Rental Car Service
The airport features a rental car facility near the airport. The airport’s rental car facility offers a courtesy shuttle service to and from the airport. The shuttle service is available every day, 24 hours a day. In the airport’s main terminal, customers can access rental car information at the telephone center. Featured rental car companies include Enterprise, Alamo, Avis, Hertz and Budget.

Limousines and Shuttles
Reserve a limousine, or for larger groups, a shuttle bus shuttle at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport for transportation to and from your destination. There are several limousine companies licensed to provide services at the airport for daily, weekly and monthly rates. Limousines and shuttles pick up and drop off their passengers at the airport’s terminal.

Public Transit
With trains departing from the airport every 15 minutes, public transportation provides a reliable and affordable way to get to and from the airport and around Cleveland. To board a train at the airport, go to the main terminal’s lower level. Access this station through escalators and elevators located in the ticketing and baggage claim area.

Taxi Service
The airport features taxicab service operated by several taxicab companies. With over 75 available taxis, passengers are not expected to wait very long for service. Trips are charged per mile set, and customers can pay by cash or credit card. For more information, visit the taxi entrance at the south end of the baggage claim area.