Charlotte Douglas (CLT) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM

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I'm flying in from Salisbury Maryland (don't know the gate) and have 25 minutes to catch flight to Charleston South Carolina. If the arrival flight is on time will i make it to the gate?
You'll really have to run and everything will have to go perfectly.
I land in B6 and have to catch a connection in the E terminal....I will have about 1 hour....Is this enough time or should I take a plane with a 2hr connection window? Thanks!
B and E are just concourses, not terminals. 1 hour is enough time. All you have to do is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
I land at 1:34 at C14 and my plane leaves gate E36 at 2:29. Is there enough time since I am 71 and cannot walk fast? Does AA have some kind of transportation of elderly people like me so I do not miss my flight?
You can request wheelchair service by contacting American. You should have enough time.
Arriving at CLT 7:01pm Departing/connecting flight for EWN is at 7:45pm seating is in last rows of plain arriving is there enough time to get to connecting flight
That is just enough time if the first flight is on-time.
I am arriving on AA #682 on Friday, Aug. 11th at 12:14 PM and connect with AA #5078 to Lexington at 12:49 PM. Am I going to have adequate time? Could you tell me what Concourse/Terminal I will be arriving in and which one I will be leaving from? Gates if known please. Thank you.
You won't know your gates until the day of your flight. Check AA.com on that day. All gates in Charlotte are connected inside security. You have enough time if the first flight is on-time but there's no time to spare.
We arrive at CLT and board for an international departure 35 minutes later. Will we have enough time?
If the first flight is domestic it's possible but it leaves no time to spare.
It is domestic. Thanks, we'll bring our running shoes!
we are to land at clt at 8:42 on a Monday morning, and depart for Montego Bay Jamaica at 9:30, If we only do carry on bags, and nothing checked, will that be enough time to make the connection? I feel like that will be super tight, and don't know if I need to try and change flights.

On the way back there is hr 20 mins to go from international to domestic, to fly back to Cleveland.
Yes, that should be enough time. All you have to do on the way to Montego Bay is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
I haven't had a chance to look at the terminal maps, but I'm guessing by what you said there wasn't an additional wing for international, or a separate check in for that? (the only other time I flew international, I had to do a separate check in)

if we did check bags, would they get transferred over then as well, or would we need to pick them up anywhere first?
Everything in Charlotte is in the same terminal. On the way to Montego Bay you don't have to do anything with your bags in Charlotte.
Flying from Nashville to St. Maarten via CLT (CLT to Phillipsburg)... is 48 minutes enough time to connect? Do we have to get bags and recheck to go?
That is enough time. All you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate in Charlotte.
We're flying from Montego Bay, Jamaica to CLT, then traveling to DFW, and finally ABQ. Do we clear customs in CLT or our final destination?
In Charlotte you will go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, then go through security and to your departure gate.
If I'm a US Citizen I don't have to go through immigration right ?
Incorrect - everyone goes through Immigration when they enter the US. You just get to use a faster line when you are a US citizen.
I am connecting at CLT from MIA to MKE, I only have 45 min to change gates, is that sufficient time? Thank you.
Yes, that is enough time if everything goes smoothly.