Cleveland Hopkins Airport saw 96% drop in passengers last month
Newly-released numbers show the staggering impact coronavirus had on travel at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in April. According to city figures, Hopkins saw a 96% decrease in the number of passengers compared to April, 2019 and a drop of 400,000 passengers compared to March, 2020.
According to the city, 30,140 passengers flew in or out of Hopkins in April. In March, that number was 430,292. February's total was 709,351 passengers according to the airport.