Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Flying through CAK this holiday season? Brush up on your travel do's and don'ts.
Planning. Packing. Presents. It's safe to say holiday travel is never easy. But the Akron-Canton Airport is making it a little less painful by offering some holiday travel tips in its most recent e-newsletter: Want to sign up for CAK's e-newsletter? Just click here. And a tip to save you money around the holidays, also from the airport's newsletter: Avoid flying during peak travel days right around Thanksgiving and Christmas. You will find lower fares if you fly during off-peak times in November and December. You can find flights and more info on the Akron-Canton Airport website.
Friday, September 28, 2012
President Barack Obama flew into Ohio Wednesday and landed at the Akron-Canton Airport before traveling to Kent State University for a campaign rally
Wednesday was a pretty exciting day for the folks at Akron-Canton Airport as they watched the president of the United States fly in on Air Force One. President Barack Obama was on his way to Kent that day for a campaign rally at Kent State University. CAK employees updated the airport's Facebook page and tweeted about Obama's arrival, telling Twitter followers "AF1 is an amazing aircraft to see — even in the rain." More Obama coverage from this week: Obama at Kent State: Ohio Tweets Obama Rally at Kent State Touches on Themes of Opportunity, Success (VIDEO) PHOTOS: Obama's Kent State Campaign Stop
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Akron-Canton Airport security level unchanged following Osama bin Laden's death
Akron-Canton Airport officials say they’ll remain vigilant in their security measures in light of Osama bin Laden’s death. The airport’s security coordinator met with the Transportation Security Administration and Summit County Sheriff’s officials Monday morning to go over plans for safety, said Rick McQueen, president and CEO of the Akron-Canton Airport. “The key here for us is safety is our highest priority,” McQueen said. “With instances like this you always want to go back over your programs and try to make sure we’re all working at our highest level.” The airport’s security level remains unchanged.