Music lovers rock on in Cleveland. Home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, millions of travelers book Cleveland flights to pay homage to their music icons. But the city has more to offer than music and lyrics.
Sports fans fly to Cleveland every year to cheer on the Cleveland Browns at Memorial Stadium, the Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena and the Indians at Jacobs Field. And what’s a game without a brew? Thankfully, the Great Lakes Brewing Company, the state's first micro-brewery, is located nearby in Cleveland. More academic travelers might find flights to Cleveland for a chance to visit the renowned Museum of Art, the Museum of Natural History and the new Great Lakes Science Center.
The Cleveland area has helped boost the Ohio economy as one of the nation’s largest durable goods manufacturing cities. However, like many cities throughout the U.S., Cleveland is also focused on the service sector. Today, the greater Cleveland area is worldwide corporate center for international companies. Hundreds of business travelers book flights to Cleveland on a daily basis for business conferences and expos in industries including transportation, insurance, retail, commercial banking and finance.