Cheap Flights to Ohio

Situated between the northeastern U.S. states and the Midwest, the state of Ohio takes its name from an Iroquoian word that translates to "great water." No fewer than eight U.S. presidents were born here, earning the state the nickname "Mother of Presidents." Skyscanner's flight search makes finding and comparing cheap flights to Ohio easy. Simply enter your departure date and city into the search box, and we'll show you the lowest fares available. If your travel date is flexible, try expanding your search using the Whole Month search filter.

Airlines That Fly to Ohio

Air Canada is the only airline that services direct flights from Canada to Ohio. Connecting air service is offered by several other major carriers, including American Airlines, and WestJet. For a complete list of airlines that fly to Ohio, refer to this page.

Best Time to Fly to Ohio

The peak tourist season in Ohio runs from June to August, when the weather is most pleasant. Air ticket and hotel prices are more expensive during these months, but you can usually find good deals if you book well enough in advance. The best time of year to travel to Ohio, if you want to save on travel costs, is during the months of October and November. If you have a specific travel date in mind, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can help you track flight price changes so that you can book the cheapest possible flight to Ohio.

Airports in Ohio

There are eight airports in Ohio that receive regular scheduled commercial flights. The three busiest facilities, in terms of passenger traffic, are Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport, James M. Cox Dayton International Airport, and John Glenn Columbus International Airport.

Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (CLE) is the busiest airport in Ohio. It is located approximately 14 kilometres to the east of downtown Cleveland and receives flights from nine air service carriers. The airport is served by trains operated by the Cleveland Rapid Transit system, as well as local taxi services, limousines, coach lines, and several car rental agencies.

James M. Cox Dayton International Airport (DAY) is located 16 kilometres to the north of downtown Dayton. the airport serves as the main headquarters for PSA Airlines, a subsidiary of American Airlines. Taxi services, shard vans, and shuttles are available at the curbside outside of the Arrivals hall. The airport is also served by a public bus operated by the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (route 43). Car rentals at James M. Cox Dayton International Airport are provided by AVIS, Enterprise, and several other well-known agencies.

John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) is situated approximately 10 kilometres to the east of Columbus. The airport is served by 11 major airlines, including Air Canada Express and American Airlines. Ground transportation options for getting to the city centre include public bus lines operated by the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA), as well as taxis, shared vans, scheduled bus services, and rental cars.

What to See and Do in Ohio

Many visitors to Ohio choose to start their exploration of the state in the capital city, Columbus, where many of the state's most notable landmarks and tourist attractions are located. Among the city's highlights are the Ohio Statehouse, the Columbus Museum of Art, and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Another popular tourist destination in Ohio is the city of Cincinnati, which is home to a wide range of museums, art deco buildings, shopping malls, and sports stadiums. Popular tourist sites in Cincinnati include the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, the Newport Aquarium, and the famous Coney Island theme park.

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