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Cleveland International

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Name Cleveland International
Region North America
Territory United States US.gif
Location Cleveland, Ohio
Coordinates 41° 24' 36.50" N, 81° 51' 9.80" W
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
06C/24C 2163 m7,096.457 ft <br /> 46 m150.919 ft <br /> CON no/no
06L/24R 2743 m8,999.344 ft <br /> 46 m150.919 ft <br /> CON yes/yes
06R/24L 2743 m8,999.344 ft <br /> 46 m150.919 ft <br /> CON yes/yes
10/28 1834 m6,017.06 ft <br /> 46 m150.919 ft <br /> PEM yes/yes

Observation KCLE 272051Z 03006KT 10SM OVC014 13/10 A2995 RMK AO2 SLP159 T01280100 58014
Station Cleveland, Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport
Date/Time 27 October 2021 20:51:00
Wind direction 30°
Wind speed 06 kts
Lowest cloud amount overcast
Temperature 12.8°C
Dew point 10°C
Humidity 83%
Weather condition n/a

Tag(s) Lake Effect Snow

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport



Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is a public airport located 14 km7.559 nm <br />14,000 m <br />45,931.759 ft <br /> southwest of the central business district of Cleveland, a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States.


Humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dfa) - characterized by four seasons: cold, windy, snowy winters, mild springs, hot, humid summers, and crisp and relatively short autumns. Precipitation reaches its lowest in January and February and peaks in summer and latter half of spring.



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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of KCLE

  • E145 / DH8B, Cleveland USA, 2009 (On 26 June 2009 a Bombardier DHC8-200 being operated by Commutair on a scheduled Continental Express passenger flight from Cleveland to Port Columbus was cleared for take off when an Embraer 145 being operated by Jetlink on another scheduled Continental Express passenger flight from Cleveland to Kansas City was about to cross the same runway in accordance with its ATC clearance in normal daylight visibility. The conflicting clearances were resolved by flight crew awareness and action rather than ATC intervention and once satisfied that the 145 was holding position clear of the runway, the DHC8 took off as already cleared.)
  • E170, Cleveland OH USA, 2007 (On 18 February 2007, while landing at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, USA, an Embraer ERJ170 overran the snow contaminated runway. The crew failed to execute a go-around at the minimum decision altitude (MDA) of the localizer approach when adequate visual reference was not available.)