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Cheap round-trip flights to Ohio

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Why You Should Fly to Ohio

Although it lies at the heart of the Rust Belt, there is much more to the state of Ohio than heavy industry. It’s situated on the southern shore of Lake Erie and as you head further south the urban landscapes give way to less populated and forested areas. It’s also a state dripping in history, originally inhabited by the Iroquois people, in whose native tongue Ohio means ‘something great’. They certainly weren’t wrong about that.


When to Book Flights to Ohio

Ohio is a state of four distinct season. Visit in winter and you can take your pick of the state’s five ski resorts and multiple toboggan runs. Spring’s arrival is heralded by the wildflowers and the national forest areas bursting into life, with colorful birdlife along the lake shore.

In the summer, the visitor numbers swell to take advantage of the miles of hiking and biking trails, with the theme parks adding some adrenaline. In the fall, the forests blaze with brilliant colors and the air is rich with the scent of mulling cider.

In short, there’s no bad time to visit, but flights and accommodation do tend to be more expensive in the high summer season.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Ohio

If you want to find the biggest selection of cheap flights to Ohio, then search with Orbitz. Enter your departure information, preferred travel dates and number of passengers into the relevant search bars. Click ‘Search’ and you’ll see a range of cheap flight to Ohio options. You can further refine your search using the filter options on the left side of the screen.

If can be flexible about your departure or arrival airports, use the ‘Nearby airports’ button under the search bar. Expand your travel dates using the ‘Show flexible dates’ button and you might find it’s cheaper to fly on another day of the week.


Main Airports in Ohio

  • Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (CLE)

Located nine miles from the downtown area, this is the largest airport in the state and serves the city of Cleveland and northeast Ohio. It’s a focus city for both Frontier and United and offers non-stop passenger services to 53 destinations around the US and internationally.

  • John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH)

Situated a few miles from downtown Columbus (CMH), there are 140 non-stop flights to 34 airports from seven different airlines each day. It’s the second busiest in the state and underwent an $80 million renovation of the terminal building in 2017

  • Dayton International Airport (DAY)

Located within the city limits of Dayton, the airport offers non-stop flights to 17 destinations around the US and beyond. It is the third largest and third busiest in the state.


Which Airlines Fly to Ohio?

A choice of major carriers operates cheap flights to Ohio, flying in and out of a choice of airports in the state.

These include:

  • United Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • Delta
  • Southwest
  • Frontier

How to Get to and Around Ohio

Getting around in the state is easiest by car, with rentals widely available at all the main airports. Most points in the state are accessible, with a longest drive being 300 miles and around five hours.

Driving from Cleveland to Columbus or Columbus to Cincinnati takes around two hours using the State Route 3. State Route 2 provides easy access to Lake Erie.

If you are basing yourself in a city during your stay, then it is possible to get around using the mass transit systems. Cleveland’s Rapid Transit System includes light rail and bus services covering much of the city and surrounding area and the ColumBUS service operates five routes throughout the urban area.


Places to Visit in Ohio

Cedar Point

This sprawling amusement park is one of the biggest attractions in Ohio. It offers a huge range of water slides, rollercoasters and other thrills. The wooden Blue Streak ride dates back to 1964 and is the oldest coaster in the park.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Lying along the Cuyahoga River, this sprawling national park offers miles of hiking trails, a scenic railroad and array of plant and animal life to enjoy. There are several waterfalls, including the towering Brandywine Falls.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Located on the shore of Lake Erie in Cleveland, this iconic museum recognizes and archives the history of some of rock’s most important figures and influential artists. It’s loaded with memorabilia, instruments and a jukebox containing some of the greatest tunes ever recorded.


Tips and Tricks for Traveling in Ohio

Ohio runs on Eastern Time, with a one-hour variation for Daylight Saving.

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