Airlines That Operate Out of Charlotte, NC


Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina offers non-stop service to more than 120 destinations both domestic and international. The airport hosts nearly 700 departures monthly. Travelers will find long-term parking and free wireless internet in the airport. Travelers can also call to arrange shuttle service. An on-site business center offers administrative services, faxing, shipping and a photocopy machine.

Air Canada

  • Air Canada, Canada's largest airline, operates out of Concourse A in the Charlotte, N.C. airport. The airline flies over 32 million people annually to 170 destinations on a fleet of 325 airplanes ranging from 73-passenger Embraer planes to 349-passenger Boeing 777s. Many of Air Canada's planes boast recent remodels as of 2010, and passengers on most international flights will enjoy 8.9-inch personal televisions, in-seat power for laptops and USB ports for game controllers. Upgrade to first class for a personal television that spans 12 inches.

American Airlines

  • American Airlines also flies out of Concourse A in the Charlotte, N.C. airport. The company's fleet consists of 619 planes, and most of them contain improved overhead bins for increased storage. Those flying on the company's Boeing 777s can view connecting flight and baggage claim information while still on board from video screens through a program called Gate Connect. Passengers can buy food and alcohol on board with their credit cards -- American no longer accepts cash. Drink soda and coffee for free. As of November 2010, American offers Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee in addition to traditional onboard options such as Coke, Pepsi and juice.

US Airways

  • Fly US Airways, which operates out of Charlotte N.C.'s airport in Concourses B, C and D. The airline sells Choice Seats near the front of the plane for easy boarding and deplaning. Although the seats don't come with added amenities, passengers with close connections might upgrade to avoid missing their next flight. Other upgrades include the Envoy Suite, available on international flights, where seats recline into beds and you can track your flight on a real-time world map. The airline provides food to all passengers on international flights, and domestic fliers can purchase snack boxes.

Delta Airlines

  • Delta, which flies out of Charlotte N.C. airport's Concourse A, offers wireless Internet on its flights for a fee. Passengers can access the Web once the plane reaches 10,000 feet. The airline offers free meals on international flights, along with free snacks and nonalcoholic beverages on short domestic flights. On domestic flights longer than 1,500 miles, passengers can purchase meals. The airline only accepts credit and debit cards. Each seat offers power for laptops or other electronic devices. From your personal video screen, pick a movie or television show to watch from a menu of options. Some domestic flights also feature satellite television.

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