Cleveland Hopkins Airport has one 2-level passenger terminal, which was completed in 1978, and later expanded in 2016. This passenger Terminal is divided into four concourses: A, B, C, and D. Note: only three of them are currently operative.

Concourse A includes Boarding Gates: A1-A12 and A14. The concourse houses all the international flights.

The following airlines operate at CLE: Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and American Eagle.

Concourse B consists of Boarding Gates: B1-B11. The area handles the Airlines, including Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, and Delta Connection. Concourse B was built in 1954. It was the first extension to the airport and later was expanded and rebuilt from 1982. The renovation of this terminal took one year and finished in January 1983.

Concourse C involves Boarding Gates: C1-C29 and the Airlines like Air Canada Express, JetBlue, and all United Airlines services. Note that Concourse C does not host international arrivals; these are operating in Concourse A. This Terminal initially was known as "South Concourse," which opened in 1969, later renovated in 1992s.

Concourse D includes Boarding Gates: D2-D28, as mentioned above, this one nowadays is out of service. This terminal has been vacant since 2014, the period when the United closed its gates, and as a result, it consolidated all operations to Concourse C. Concourse D was founded in 1999. It was a separate terminal connected to Concourse C by the underground walkway. Concourse D contains an overall 12 jet bridge Gates, and the number of ramp loading positions is 24.



Information about Departure Terminals, Security measures, and procedures.


The precise location and address of the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.


The Connection Between Concourses at Cleveland International Airport.

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