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    Syracuse Hancock International Airport: 1000 Colonel Eileen Collins Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13212

Syracuse Hancock International AirportSyracuse is a comfortable city in New York with big-city amenities. It features beautiful hills, valleys, and streams, while sitting just 30 miles from Lake Ontario. The small city is home to professional sports teams, museums, and even a renowned university. Syracuse is an attractive place to spend time and relax while not being too far from all the action that New York has to offer. The Syracuse Hancock Airport is international and serves six airlines, including JetBlue and Delta. Around the airport, there are over 47 hotels to suit your needs, like the budget friendly America’s Best Value Inn, one mile from the hub.
Why travelers visit Syracuse: Destiny USA, Museum of Science and Technology, City Market, Syracuse University, Everson Museum of Art, Rosamond Gifford Zoo.

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      • Candlewood Suites Syracuse Airport
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    • Candlewood Suites Syracuse AirportThe Candlewood Suites Syrcuse Airport is located two miles from the Hancock International Airport, and five miles from the Syracuse city center. Also offered at the Candlewood Suites Syracuse Airport are great amenities such as a business center with copying and faxing services, a health and fitness center and meeting rooms with audio and visual equipment.
      • Holiday Inn Express Airport
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    • Holiday Inn Express AirportThe Holiday Inn Express Airport provides amenities such as a health and fitness center, a business center, Wi-Fi Internet throughout the hotel and meeting rooms. Just one mile from the Holiday Inn Express Airport is the Hancock International Airport, and six miles from the hotel is the Syracuse city center.

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About Syracuse Hancock International Airport

Located 5 miles northeast of downtown Syracuse, Syracuse Hancock International Airport serves six airlines in two concourses and 20 gates. Passengers can pick flights from the following airlines: Air Canada, Allegiant, American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue, United and US Airways. SYR travels to 17 nonstop destinations on the East Coast and in the Midwest. Each year the airport welcomes a little over 1 million passengers, who can take advantage of the newly renovated main lobby and security screening area. Feeling hungry? Syracuse Airport may not have the most giant food court, but there are a few coffee shops, pubs and a couple of restaurants coming soon.

For your stay in Syracuse, book a comfy room at one of the 47 hotels near Syracuse Airport. The Candlewood Suites Syracuse Airport is located 2 miles from the Hancock International Airport, offering amenities such as a business center with copying and faxing services, a health and fitness center and meeting rooms with audio and visual equipment. Another preferred spot is the Holiday Inn Express Airport, which is situated just 1 mile from the airport and has Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Business travelers may also enjoy its close vicinity to the Syracuse city center, located 6 miles away.

A collection of scenic areas around Syracuse, NY

Welcome to Syracuse

The sixth-largest city in New York, Syracuse is the economic and academic hub of central New York. The city, named after the city on the eastern coast of the Italian island of Sicily, is famously home to Syracuse University, a major research university, as well as a range of convention sites - downtown convention complex, the Empire Expo Center - that might pique the interest of those traveling on business trips. Live jazz is the heart and soul of two annual outdoor festivals in Syracuse, the Syracuse Jazz Festival and CNY Jazz Arts Foundation's Jazz In The Square Festival. If you're looking to unwind, the urban center has no shortage of green space, maintaining over 170 parks including Burnet Park, which contains the first public golf course in the U.S. Roughly 660,900 people call Syracuse home.

Given Syracuse's fluctuating weather, it's a wise idea to pack for the season. Temperatures reach the 80s in the summer and drop to the teens during the winter. To get around the city, locals will tell you that car is the best option. Syracuse rental cars might come in handy. Drivers should pay extra attention to the street signs downtown, some of which go from being two-way to one-way - something not always indicated clearly on a map. The local bus is called the Centro, which has routes throughout Syracuse University and SUNY area as well as the outer suburbs.

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Things to Do in Syracuse

A scenic view of downtown SyracuseSyracuse may not be as cosmopolitan as its big Empire brother down state, but it still offers a variety of attractions. Check out Erie Canal Museum, housed in a National Register building and dedicated to story of the Erie Canal. Everson Museum of Art is a popular spot to see American art. The Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) features more than 200 exhibits and houses Upstate New York's only IMAX Domed Theater.

Wondering how to spend a romantic night out in town? Go to the Landmark Theatre, Syracuse's premier performing arts center that brings big-name artists and performances. The Syracuse Opera is the only year-round professional opera serving central New York, and the Carrier Dome, sports venue for Syracuse University, is the only domed stadium on a college campus in the Northeast. If you're in town in late August, be sure to swing by the New York State Fair, the longest-running state fair in the country.

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