Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (IATA: CLE, ICAO: KCLE) is located 9 miles (14 km) southwest
of downtown Cleveland, in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA and is the largest airport in the state of Ohio. The airport lies
just within the city limits of Cleveland.
Cleveland Airport consists of one passenger terminal which is divided into four concourses:
- Concourse A (gates A1-A12, A14), originally known as "North Concourse", handles all International arrivals.
- Concourse B (gates B1-B11) was the first extension pier to the airport.
- Concourse C (gates C1–C12, C14, and C16–C29) houses all mainline United Airlines services, except for international arrivals. Concourse C
is primarily a hub operation for United Airlines.
- Concourse D (gates D2–D12, D14, D17, D21, D25, and D28) was constructed in 1999 at a cost of US$80 million and is a separate terminal connected
to the main terminal by an underground walkway. It currently handles regional aircraft exclusively. Concourse D contains 12 jet bridge gates.