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Round Trip Flights To Cleveland

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About Cleveland

Cleveland is the second largest city in Ohio and is located on Lake Erie. It’s often referred to as “The Rock and Roll Capital of the World”, due to its rich music history and reputation. Cleveland also has a large industrial sector, being home to many large companies like Sherwin-Williams Company and Eaton Corporation.

The city’s port on the Great Lakes allows it to serve as an important location for shipping goods from all over North America, which has helped make it one of the most important industrial centers in America since its founding. Today, Cleveland is known for having many popular tourist attractions including The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum (which showcases famous rock stars), Cedar Point Amusement Park (one of only five amusement parks in the world that have roller coasters with 400 ft drops) and Progressive Field (home stadium for baseball team Cleveland Indians).

Cleveland also has a thriving cultural scene with museums dedicated to art, history, and science; performing arts groups including symphony orchestras; ballet troupes; theaters; comedy clubs; dance studios—there are so many things you could do here! It’s no wonder that people flock here year after year!

Top Places to Visit in Cleveland

The Cleveland Museum of Art has a collection of more than 66,000 works of art from around the world. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has more than 400,000 square feet of exhibits and interactive displays that chronicle rock and roll’s history. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History features dinosaurs and ancient Egypt at its DinoFest event every year in April.

Playhouse Square Center is home to five historic theaters where you can catch current Broadway shows or take in a performance by your favorite local troupe. The Cleveland Botanical Garden offers over 24 different themed gardens covering 5 acres with seasonal plantings around every corner throughout the year! If you are into animals then no trip to Cleveland is complete without taking a gander at what they have going on at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo! Finally, there is always something new happening at MOCA: check out their website for upcoming events!

Top tips for finding cheap flights to Cleveland

To find the best price, you need to do a little research. Here are some tips for your search:

  • Look for flights in off-peak times. Flights from London Heathrow to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport are often cheaper during weekends when business travelers and vacationers aren’t around as much. During the week, you can sometimes get a better deal on flights if you book them during non-peak hours (e.g., 8 am – 4 pm).
  • Book with low-cost airlines such as Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airways, or Spirit Airlines if they’re available on your route; they tend to have lower fares than legacy carriers like American Airlines and United Airlines.
  • Book early! Flying during peak season can be expensive because there’s high demand—so booking well ahead of time will help ensure that you don’t miss out on savings by waiting until the last minute when flights may be more expensive than usual due to fewer seats being left available at lower prices. For example: If there aren’t any seats left at $400 per person… then it probably makes sense that those seats won’t be available later either! But maybe someone else didn’t pay attention either so we’ll see what happens…

Top 5 airlines flying to Cleveland

Delta Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, and Frontier Airlines are some of the most popular airlines that fly to Cleveland. Each airline offers different perks depending on what you’re looking for.


  • Delta is an international carrier with service from nearly every airport in the world (including Cleveland). It’s also one of the largest airlines in America with over 6,000 aircraft operating worldwide.
  • They offer flights all over North America plus international destinations such as London Heathrow Airport and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. Their planes are equipped with Wi-Fi internet access so you can stay connected while flying!

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re looking to save money on flights, Tuesday is the cheapest day of the week to fly to Cleveland.

The most expensive day of the week to fly is Saturday, followed by Sunday and Friday.

There are no direct flights to Cleveland. The closest you can get is Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), which is about an hour away from the city. This means that you’ll need to take a connecting flight from your home airport to EWR, and then make another connection from EWR to CLE.

  • The average round-trip flight to Cleveland costs $611.
  • The average round-trip flight to Cleveland costs more than $500.
  • The average round-trip flight to Cleveland costs less than $500.

It’s hard to generalize about flight costs, as they differ depending on the airline you choose, the day of the week you’re traveling, and even what season it is. That said, here are some general guidelines that can help you get a sense of how much a round-trip ticket will cost at different times:

  • If you’re looking for cheap flights to Cleveland during peak season (May-September), book early. Most airlines will sell their tickets at higher prices closer to the departure date.
  • Mid-week flights tend to be less expensive than weekend ones—so if you can travel on Monday through Thursday rather than Friday or Saturday, it’ll save you money!
  • Surcharges are almost always more expensive than “regular” fares; when possible, avoid establishing seating in advance by booking nonrefundable tickets instead.
  • Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) (18 miles from downtown)
  • Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport (BKL) (7.5 miles from downtown)
  • Cleveland Cuyahoga County Airport (CJC) (10 miles from downtown)
  • Akron-Canton Regional Airport (CAK).