Named for notable Ohio native son and astronaut John Glenn, the Columbus airport skillfully services 20,000 air travelers each day as they pass through the country’s 14th largest city. Formerly known as Port Columbus and originally opened in 1929, the John Glenn Columbus International Airport relaunched in 2016 with updated facilities, new restaurants, and modernized services. Together with the Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) passenger terminal, the John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) facilitates approximately 160 daily departures to nearly 50 destinations (40 nonstop) on a number of regional, national and international carriers.
John Glenn Columbus International Airport Guide
April 20, 2020