Green, OH: United Airlines has inaugurated nonstop service from Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) to Washington-Dulles International Airport (IAD), United’s focus hub on the East Coast. The daily flight is a testament to United’s commitment to CAK, as the second United hub launched in two years.
“United’s new service will diversify schedules in the D.C. area, create access to the Southeastern United network, and connect our community to the globe through a world class airport,” said Akron-Canton Airport President and CEO, Ren Camacho. “This new route is a key asset to continued business synergies in the Akron-Canton region, as well as an excellent option for one-stops to favorite leisure destinations in Florida, the Caribbean and Mexico.”
The new route provides customers the option to connect to over 75 domestic and international destinations on the United network.
“As we enter our 75th anniversary at CAK, I’m thrilled to see our longest standing partner, United Airlines, continue to grow and serve our community,” said Camacho. “Their presence at CAK allows businesses to thrive and residents to enjoy all travel has to offer. We are truly thankful for their enduring partnership.”
Travelers can rest assure their journey to Washington-Dulles and beyond is a safe and healthy one. As Ohio’s first airport to receive accreditation under the Airports Council International (ACI) Airport Health Accreditation program, CAK has proven its commitment to customers by implementing cutting-edge practices and emerging technologies to ensure a clean environment for all at the airport. Learn more about CAK’s health and safety procedures here.
In addition to the new Washington-Dulles service, United also offers daily, nonstop flights from CAK to Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD). Slated for a summer 2021 return, United plans to resume nonstop flights to George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). Flights can be booked on united.com, through a travel management company or through a favorite online booking website.