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Charlotte Destination Overview
Charlotte is a city in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Located in the Piedmont, it is the county seat of Mecklenburg County. The city has a considerable immigrant population from New England, the Midwest, and the Mid-Atlantic region.
Charlotte has a humid subtropical climate. The temperature ranges throughout the year from about 12 °F (-11 °C) in the winter to 98 °F (37 °C) in the summer.
Nonstop flights to Charlotte are available from Orlando (MCO) in Florida, Newark (EWR) in New Jersey, Chicago (ORD) in Illinois, Dallas Fort/Worth (DFW) in Texas, New York (LGA) in New York, Baltimore (BWI) in Maryland, Atlanta (ATL) in Georgia, Boston (BOS) in Massachusetts, Philadelphia (PHL) in Pennsylvania, Phoenix (PHX) in Arizona, and many other US locations.
Airport in Charlotte
Charlotte International Airport Official Name:
Charlotte Douglas International Airport
The airport is in Charlotte metropolitan area located roughly six miles from the city’s central business district.
American Airlines (AA)
Delta, Southwest, Frontier, Envoy Air
Charlotte Douglas International Airport is one of the top 10 busiest airports in the world, averaging 1,600 daily aircraft operations. It has flight operations to 178 nonstop destinations around the globe and welcomes more than 50 million passengers annually
On Time Performance Ranking Departure:
20 | Arrival: 13
Popular Operating Carriers
- American (AA): The flag carrier of America has Charlotte International Airport as its major hub. From all other hub airports of American, you can book plane tickets to Charlotte to have a nonstop flight experience. Other Hubs of American include: Chicago–O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York–JFK, New York–LaGuardia, Philadelphia, Phoenix–Sky Harbor, and Washington–National
- Delta (DL): Delta Air Lines is ranked 2nd by passenger share at the airport. Delta and American both are number 2 and 1 in the world by fleet size, and have an exemplary OTP (On-time performance) rating in the US.
- Southwest (WN): Southwest Airlines is the world’s largest low-cost airline. It’s the 3rd airline with the most flight operations at Charlotte Airport as per the Dept of Transportation US Govt. To book airline tickets to Ft Lauderdale with Southwest, call us, due to technical reasons, we couldn’t make its fare available online.
- Frontier (F9): Expect cheap airline tickets to Charlotte with Frontier Airlines. It is an American ultra low-cost carrier.
Things to Do in Charlotte 1. Carowinds
Carowinds is a 407-acre amusement park, located adjacent to Interstate 77 in Charlotte. Adults, kids or toddlers – Carowinds has something for everyone. It has a variety of Roller Coasters, Thrill Rides, Family Rides, Kids Rides, and Scheduled Ride Closures. Enjoy splash including Carolina Harbor, Slides & Attractions, Cabanas, and Harbor House. Visiting Charlotte during Christmas? Don’t miss the shows (Christmasfest) and lights. The park features family-friendly restaurants serving a variety of foods and cuisines.
2 Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
Love nature? Head to Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. Witness manicured gardens, natural surrounding areas, including a woodland trail, sparkling fountains, and an Orchid Conservatory. The garden is spread over 380 acres of rolling meadows, woodlands and lakefront property in Belmont. The appealing garden site has a long history of use by its inhabitants. Originally, Native Americans of the Catawba and Cherokee tribes trapped. The garden remains closed for visitors from Monday through Wednesday. Opening hours (Thursday to Sunday): 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
3. SEA LIFE Charlotte-Concord
Sea Life Charlotte-Concord is an interactive aquarium located at the Concord Mills mall in Concord. The aquarium contains thousands of aquatic creatures including sharks, rays, and seahorses. They are present in 10 different zones including Freshwater Exhibit, Harbor Exhibit, Touchpool, Shoaling Exhibit, Seahorse Mangrove Exhibit, Stingray Bay Exhibit, Shipwreck Exhibit, Tropical Ocean Exhibit, Jellies Exhibit, Coral Reef Exhibit and Conservation Cove. Opening Times: Open Daily 11AM-5PM (last ticket at 4PM).
This hall of fame building is one of the top attractions of Charlotte. It has been established to honor drivers demonstrating exceptional skill at NASCAR driving, all-time great crew chiefs and owners, broadcasters and other major contributors to the competition within the sanctioning body. The building has four floors. The first floor has High Octane Theater that screens the videos of thrilling racing performances. The hall of honor is on the third floor that has exhibits unfolding the champions and their success stories.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. What airline has the cheapest air ticket to Charlotte?
A. American and Frontier offer cheap air tickets to Charlotte.
Q2. How much time does it take to reach Charlotte?
A. Flight distance and flight time between Charlotte and some popular US cities are provided as follows:
| Origin City || Flight Distance || Flight Time |
| Atlanta || 232 miles/374 km || 43 minutes minutes |
| New York || 531 miles/855 km || 1 hour 23 minutes |
| Baltimore || 357 miles/574 km || 1 hour 00 minutes |
| Dallas Fort Worth || 942 miles/1516 km || 2 hours 01 minutes |
| Boston || 723 miles/1163 km || 1 hour 51 minutes |
| Fort Lauderdale || 632 miles/1017 km || 1 hour 37 minutes |
| Philadelphia || 451 miles/725 km || 1 hour 13 minutes | Q3. What is the best time to visit Charlotte?
A. March to May during the spring, and September to November during the autumn season are the best times to visit Charlotte.
Q4. Which is the best airport to fly in Charlotte?
A. Charlotte International Airport is the primary airport serving the city.
Q5. What is the coldest month in Charlotte?
A. January is the coldest month. The temperature dips as low as 30°F (-1.1°C).
Q6. How many days does it rain in Charlotte?
A. Throughout the year, there are 111 rainfall days, and 45.9″ (1165.9mm) of precipitation is accumulated.