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If you want to travel by public transportation to CMH, you can catch a Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) bus. This includes connecting to Route 7, which has stops in the downtown area, or to Route 23, which is in the Eastmoor area. Fares are about $2 for the buses. Otherwise, you can catch a rideshare, like Uber, or hail a taxi. From downtown Columbus, taxi fares can be around $25, depending on where you start.
Across from the main terminal is a parking garage that offers short-term parking on the fourth floor with direct access to the terminal. The daily rate there is about $30 a day. The garage’s other floors are for longer parking periods. The daily rate there is about $20 a day. For more affordable choices, there is the walking lot, which is about a 10min walk to the terminal, for about $13 per day, and three economy lots, which charge daily rates of around $5 to about $10. There is a shuttle that runs between the economy lots and the terminal, 24 hours a day.
You can relax before your flight at the Escape Centurion Lounge for a standard entry fee of around $45. Located near Gate 32 in Concourse B, you can get something to eat or drink while also having access to an extensive digital library and private workspaces. They also offer children’s activity packs if you are traveling with little ones. This lounge is open every day, from 5 am to 8 pm.
CMH offers an extensive array of increased accessibility services and facilities. Wheelchairs and other special assistance can be arranged through your airline and the airport. The airport itself has accessible restrooms and parking, while there is braille signage throughout and Aira access for the visually impaired.
Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular place to fly from Columbus is New York (21% of total searches). The next most popular destinations are Boston Logan Intl (5%) and Washington, D.C. (5%). Searches for flights from Columbus to Chicago (4%), to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl (4%) and to Dallas (3%) are also popular.
The cheapest one-way flight from Columbus found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours was to Fort Lauderdale ($47). The cheapest round-trip flight from Columbus on KAYAK in the last 72 hours was to Fort Lauderdale ($71). Other cheap flights from Columbus found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours include flights to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson ($95 round-trip), to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl ($115 round-trip) and to Boston Logan Intl ($121 round-trip).
The longest direct flight you can take from Columbus is to Los Angeles, with a duration of 5 hours.
Columbus Airport’s airport code is CMH. It can also be referred to as Columbus, John Glenn Columbus Intl, Port Columbus Intl.
Delta, WestJet and American Airlines have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Columbus to Worldwide. Confirm policies on booking site.
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