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Charlotte Douglas CLT Airport Overview

Charlotte Douglas International Airport CLT, one of the country's top ten airports, serves the City of Charlotte and its surrounding counties, and is North Carolina's primary airport - often regarded as an alternative to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport - has recently made the list as one of the top ten airports in the U.S.  It is, in terms of aircraft movements, one of the word's busiest airports.  Overwhelmingly, passengers rated their overall airport experience at CLT for 2013 as 'highly satisfactory'.

CLT Airport is a few miles from the financial district of the city of Charlotte, situated near the border of the North & South Carolinas, accessible from Interstate Hwy. 485, connecting to I-85 and I-77.

With four long runways and some 41 million passengers annually, Charlotte Douglas International Airport is currently US Airways' largest hub (operating out of Concourses C, D & E), and is served by a host of major airlines offering direct and connecting flights througout North America, the Caribbean islands, Europe & South America.

NOTE:  For passenger pickup or dropoff, use curbside, including all lanes on ticketing & baggage claim levels & curbside check-in - car must be attended to.
Piority lanes for preferred or elite status airline passengers, are available at Checkpoints B & D.

Charlotte Douglas Airport has a large main passenger terminal, with Concourses A through E.

Present & Future Airport Developments:  
1. By year-end 2014, WiFi service will be extended to one gigabyte.
2. While the new Airport entrance road, to be opened in Fall 2014, will impove connections between Wilkinson Blvd. & Josh Birmingham Pkwy to the terminal - a total of 52 LED light poles have already been installed.
1. Phase 2 construction on the new 7-level Hourly Parking Deck is to be completed by November 2014.
3. Thereafter, construction of a new International Terminal and a transport system will connect  terminals, garages & rental car center (and later to the light rail).

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