CMH Arrivals today
Address: 4600 International Gateway, Columbus, OH 43219, United States
Height: 248 m
Phone: +1 614-239-4000
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Owner / Operator: Columbus Regional Airport Authority
John Glenn Columbus International Airport arrival details
It is an international airport in Ohio and formerly also known as Port Columbus International Airport. The Columbus Regional Airport Authority manages the airport. This airport authority also oversees als operations at Bolton Field and Rickenbacker Airport. The code for this airport is CMH which stands for Columbus Municipal Hangar. This passenger airport provides 148 non-stop John Glenn airport arrivals from 31 airports through nine airlines every day. You can focus on the CMH airport arrivals at any time you like to make a good decision about your air travel.
About John Glenn Columbus International Airport
Charles Lindberg opened the John Glenn Columbus International Airport in July 8, 1929 with Columbus Ohio airport arrivals. The Transcontinental Air Transport’s eastern air terminus for air-rail New York to Los Angeles transcontinental route. Many passengers used this airport and traveled overnight on the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Airway Limited from their hometown New York to Columbus especially by air from Columbus to Waynoka.
The actual terminal building and hangers remain and still in use in this airport for Columbus arrivals. In 1957, there were 72 CMH flight arrivals every weekday. TWA was the first major airline to fly into Columbus. Regular improvements in this airport make it very popular airport and very convenient for all local, national, and international passengers having John Glenn international airport arrivals.
John Glenn Columbus International Airport is located at 4600 International Gateway, Columbus, OH 43219, United States.
Transportation to/from John Glenn Columbus International Airport
The airport includes car rental facilities to rent a car after your CMH arrivals. A 6-story parking garage in this airport makes passengers comfortable. You can use the free shuttle service in Green, Blue, and Red parking lots along this airport’s international gateway. The bus service Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) of the Columbus Metropolitan Area has 2 bus services between the downtown Columbus and the airport.
AirConnect service stops at the Columbus airport arrivals and departure levels. COTA’s 7 Mt. Vernon way is controlled from the downtown with alternate bus serving either Easton Transit Center or the airport. Three daily John Glenn airport arrivals by the GoBus and fast Bus Service are helpful as travel to various destinations. Affordable local taxi services at this airport give an array of benefits for all passengers.
Runways of this airport are 10R/28L with 10,114 ft length and 10L/28R with 8,000 ft length for the CMH airport arrivals. Asphalt surface of these two runways are successfully serving this airport.
There is one terminal for the Columbus Ohio airport arrivals with three concourses. Concourse A has 7 gates, Concourse B has 16 gates, Concourse C has 11 gates. Concourse C is used for processing the non-precleared international Columbus arrivals. The airports customs facility is in this concourse as well.
Airlines that use John Glenn Columbus International Airport often
Most seen CMH flight arrivals are American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines Connection, Southwest Airlines, and Frontier Airlines.
Destinations from John Glenn Columbus International Airport
The busiest routes with most Columbus airport arrivals are flying from Boston, Denver-Colorado, Seattle, Dallas-Texas, Atlanta-Georgia, New York, Orlando-Florida, Charlotte Douglas, Chicago-Midway, Fort Myers-Florida, Las Vegas Nevada and Fort Lauderdale also located in Florida.
In 2020, total passengers traveled in the John Glenn Columbus International Airport were 3,269,127. The total number of aircraft John Glenn arrivals and departures in this year was 27,432. This is a big decrease in John Glenn arrivals compared to 2019 when almost 9 million were processed.