In written documents, the Airport’s name should appear as: Charlotte Douglas International Airport
No punctuation and no symbols are to appear between the words “Charlotte” and “Douglas”.
The proper abbreviation for the Airport’s name is “CLT” or “Charlotte Douglas”.
Whether zipping through to make a connection, stopping for a visit, or settling in to work, more than 100,000 passengers pass through Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) every day. It is an access point to the world and often serves as the sole ambassador to a host of guests from every nation.
CLT is many things to many people. It’s a regional center for global transportation and trade. It’s home to scores of businesses. It’s the workplace for thousands of people. And it’s a swirling hub of energy: connected to the world and soaring to new heights of opportunity. Our corporate mark, or logo, was designed in 2000 to encompass and communicate these concepts.
You may see the CLT logo used on vehicles, signage, advertisements, clothing and various specialty items.
The logo is the official property of Charlotte Douglas International Airport and may not be used without authorization from the Airport's Public Affairs Manager. Usage by entities outside of CLT Airport and the City of Charlotte is strictly prohibited.
For more information about the correct use and application, contact Airport Public Affairs at 704-359-4000.