Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (Ohio) plans to redevelop its international arrivals area, in anticipation of Icelandair's Keflavik service in May-2018 (cleveland.com, 25-Jan-2018). Cleveland Hopkins Airport will reinstall Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screening points in the customs area, to remove the need of buses to transport arriving passengers from the secure side of the airport to baggage claim. The change would enable passengers to pass through security before exiting through Concourse A.
Cleveland Hopkins Airport to redevelop international arrivals zone ahead of Icelandair route launch
26 January, 2018