Having a strong vision for the Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) is one of our highest priorities.
Through the master plan process, the Akron-Canton Regional Airport Authority is tasked with understanding what the community wants and needs from its Airport.
The Master Plan helps guide the Airport’s administration and Trustees in that direction. Many leaders from the region joined us to conceive this plan. Their input helped direct our efforts to truly reflect the business, civic and aviation priorities that will guide CAK for the next 20 years.
With our community spirit in mind, we have designed a unique approach to airport development. Under the leadership of our Board of Trustees, we are laser focused on customer experience and on keeping our airline costs low. We are not fancy, on purpose. Our customers and airline partners want and deserve nice, clean, easy and affordable air transportation options from CAK. Customer amenities like free Wi-Fi, complimentary business lounge, exceptional dining options and flights to fit any budget keep our customers happy. It just doesn’t need to get any fancier than that.
This master plan is aligned with what we value most—customer experience and low costs. We can accomplish these goals while also improving our facilities and Airport campus; and becoming even more sustainable for our community.
Today in Aviation History: Wilbur and Orville Wright conducted the first successful manned powered-airplane flights using their experimental craft, the Wright Flyer on Dec. 17, 1903. Check out our replica in the Akron-Canton Aviation Park. ✈️