CAK Airport Info & MapsAkron Canton Airport is one of the largest airports in Ohio, with two main runways and servicing nearly 2 million passengers yearly.
One of Ohio's busiest airports!
Overview | Akron-Canton Airport
CAK is one of the busiest airports in the state of Ohio, and also on of the largest. It's a rapidly growing airport who has seen its number of passengers triple over the last 10 to 15 years. Marketing itself as 'a better way to go', CAK serves as a relief airport for Northeast Ohio. Much of this growth is commercial, the airport has gone through several expansions to accommodate the influx of use. The first renovation brought the airport's gates up to its current 11.
Numbered from G1 - G11, the gates all services different carriers to make it more convenient for travellers. Among the gates, you can find areas for United Airlines, Southwest Allegiant, Delta and American Airlines. The gate you head to will depend completely on the carrier you're flying with to get to your destination. Despite its size, the airport has two levels that are accessible with elevators or stairs between them. The first level houses all the multiple entrances to the airport, directly facing both baggage claim as well as ticketing. The airport also has an info desk, accessible public restrooms, a sports bar, Subway, gift shops as well as a main atrium with other retail locations like Cinnabon.
Some destinations are more popular than others from this airport, with Atlanta topping the list with both Delta and Southwest carrier routes. Charlotte, NC and Chicago, IL round out the top 3 destinations from CAK. Akron-Canton has plenty of taxi and free shuttle services either to the city's downtown core or to nearby hotels. Both Akron Metro Regional Transit and Stark Area Regional Transit service the airport and head to their respective city centers. There is able plenty of accessible Akron-Canton airport parking for travellers who want to leave their car in a safe place.
CAK Airport Concourse & Gate Info
- Despite only having a single terminal, there are a handful of carriers and routes that are serviced from this airport and it all depends where you're headed and on which airline to determine where you will board. All the gates are numbered from G1 to G11 and go all the way around the airport grounds.
- Gates G1 and G2 service United airlines headed to either Chicago or New Jersey, while G3 to G7 are dedicated to Delta and American Airlines headed to destinations like Atlanta and Philadelphia. Another United gate can be found at G8 and G9, G10 and G11 are used for Southwest Allegiant flights.
To find out what carriers fly in & out of Akron-Canton Airport, visit their official website to get the most up to date information about the airport. In order to access and the free shuttle service, go outside the entrance. Don't forget to try out Instapark for the safest airport parking in Akron.
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