You will need Flash 8 or better to view this content.
Go get'em, Tiger!
Free WiFi, free printing, a quiet place to free your mind and focus. Take advantage of our free Ohio Desk Business Center to hone that presentation and get the deal done!
Get your vitamin D
Sun, glorious sun! Good for your health, good for your spirits, and a good deal of the bright stuff is found throughout our open, airy, cheerful concourse!
Who needs peanuts? You have Amish Granola!
At the CAK Marketplace, you'll find all sorts of unique, locally
produced food and merchandise to bring along on your trip.
That's what you'll do through check-in and security, thanks to our shorter lines. (We get you
from car to gate 40% faster, in fact). My, oh, my, what a wonderful day!
Posted on 09/11/2009 by Kristie VanAuken
I can hardly believe that it has been eight years since the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon; arguably the worst calamity ever wrought upon thousands of innocent Americans.
I remember the American Airlines' pilots sitting in Fred's office, the hundreds of stranded travelers in our conference rooms, and the sad yet steadfast media trying to report on the tragedy.
I also fondly remember the outpouring of support from friends and neighbors who offered help to stranded passengers here at CAK; their brothers and sisters in need. Lastly, I remember when the sky was still and quiet in the two days that followed the attacks as we as a country regrouped, mourned our dead, and then ultimately returned to the skies.
I am still moved by those days…not only by the tragic, needless attacks on our country but moreover by the way we came together to help one another out of the dust and darkness of despair.
So today, I write this post as a tribute to the men, women and children who lost their lives at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and on the airplanes. And although I wish it would have never happened, and that those innocent people were still with us today, I thank them for the beauty, love and caring that resulted from their tragic deaths. It is a powerful legacy and the United States of America is a stronger country because of their sacrifice.