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Visitors - Airports and Travel

Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) - www.akroncantonairport.com

The Akron-Canton Regional Airport is one of the nation's fastest-growing airports, experiencing a 15% increase in passenger travel from 2007 to 2008. Despite their growth, they remain one of the fastest, easiest, and most affordable airports to travel from in the region. With direct flights to and from major American cities like Boston, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Denver, and Fort Lauderdale, and connecting flights to international destinations across the globe, Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) is the easiest way to reach Canton when driving is not an option.

Cleveland Hopkins International (CLE) - www.clevelandairport.com

The Cleveland Airport System was established in 1925 with the opening of Cleveland Municipal Airport, now Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE), the first municipally-owned commercial airport in the United States. Celebrating its 80th anniversary in 2005, CLE is the largest commercial airport in Northeast Ohio, serving almost 12 million passengers annually.

There are more than 325 daily nonstop flights to over 85 destinations, offering direct international air service to England, Mexico and Canada. CLE is also a hub for Continental Airlines.

Amtrak (ALC) - www.amtrak.com

Canton is also accessible by passenger train on the Capitol Limited Line, which services Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Toledo, and Chicago. For more information about passenger rail travel, click the link above.

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