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CLT Airport Info
Charlotte Douglas International Airport (IATA: CLT) is a joint civil-military public international airport located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Established in 1935 as Charlotte Municipal Airport, in 1954 the airport was renamed Douglas Municipal Airport after former Charlotte mayor Ben Elbert Douglas, Sr. The airport gained its current name in 1982 and is currently US Airways’ largest hub, with service to 175 domestic and international destinations as of 2008. In 2009, it was the 9th busiest airport in the United States In 2010, Charlotte was the 6th busiest airport in the world, based on traffic movements, and in 2012 it was the 23rd busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic. Charlotte Douglas International is the busiest airport in the United States without nonstop service to Asia.
Concourses, Airlines and DestinationsConcourse A
Concourse A has 12 gates, and is the only concourse not used by US Airways. It is used by Air Canada, American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest and United.
Concourse B has 16 gates, and is served only by US Airways.
Concourse C has 18 gates, and is served only by US Airways.
Concourse D has 13 gates and serves as the international concourse. All international arrivals without customs preclearance are handled at this facility. Also, US Airways operates some domestic flights. It is used by Insel Air, JetBlue, Lufthansa, US Airways and Vacation Express.
Concourse E has 38 gates, and is entirely used for US Airways Express, operating just over 340 flights per day (making it the largest express operation in the world).
The parking options at Charlotte Douglas have drastically improved in recent years. There have been two new Daily Parking decks erected since 2005, providing almost 6,000 additional parking spaces for the traveling public. There are also four Long Term lots, with Long Term 1 and 2 being the primary ones contributing a combined 6,500 spaces. In addition, there is the Daily North lot (formerly Remote), which is between the Daily and Long Term lots, with about 1,500 spaces. A new 40-million-dollar Business Valet Parking Deck, which utilizes Post Tension Concrete for each massive 250,000-square-foot (23,000 m2) level, has now opened. Charlotte’s close-in surface and deck parking exits are serviced by part-time personnel from booths apparently dating to the 1982 terminal expansion. The Daily parking rates at CLT are some of the lowest in the nation, with Long Term costing $4 and Daily/Daily North Parking is $10 per day. Staff audits every parking area each evening to upload license plate data to ensure each vehicle is assessed the correct parking fee when it exits. The airport has recently aligned with a customer service program called SmartPark, which allows customers to call a hotline 24 hours a day to receive updates on parking conditions. Charlotte Douglas also has Valet parking that provides vehicle washing and detailing and even paintless dent removal services for an additional charge.
As of March 1, 2013 both Hourly decks are closed and have been demolished.
All current lots require shuttles. Business Valet picks up outside Concourse D on the Departures level. All other shuttles pick up on the Arrivals level in the B zone and D zone. The Daily decks have a shuttle which makes 1 stop for both decks. Long Term 1 shares with Daily North and makes stops at lettered bus stops. Long Term 2 and 3 share a shuttle and also make stops at lettered bus stops. It is advised to remember your lot and letter to get on the correct bus on arrival. You can now keep your ticket with you and pay while waiting for the return shuttle with a credit or debit card or you can pay at a manned booth or automated machine.
As of July 2012 there is now also an offsite parking lot called Park-n-Go on Scott Futrell Drive.