Charlotte Douglas International Airport is owned and operated by the City of Charlotte. The Airport is operated financially on a fully self-sustaining basis – no general fund revenues have ever been or are appropriated to the cost of the facilities or operations. Rather, Airport revenues defray all capital and operating costs including the cost of City furnished services. Airport revenue types include the airfield, terminal area, concessions, parking and the cargo area. This gives the Airport its annual operating budget.
Each year, CLT contributes nearly $12 billion to the local economy. The Airport continues to build for the future through the Destination CLT development program.
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City contractors are encouraged to implement clean construction strategies to ensure the safety and health of construction workers, the communities surrounding construction sites and regional air quality. Learn more about clean construction strategies.
Are you interested in leasing a concession space to launch a new business or expand an existing one? Or, do you have a product you'd like to sell through an existing retailer or restaurant in the terminal? We would love to hear from you. Contact one of the Airport's concessionaire's listed below for more information.
Food and Beverage: HMSHost 704-359-4316
Retail: The Paradies Shops 704-359-1890
In addition to the Airport's DBE and ACDBE Programs, CLT also takes part in the City’s Charlotte Business INClusion Program. These programs seek to enhance competition and participation of disadvantaged businesses as well as small minority and women owned firms. Click here for more information and to learn how to participate.
Public Notice: Passenger Facility Charge Application No. 5 – 5/29/2014
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Presentation from the "Doing Business with the Airport" workshop