|Charlotte||Charlotte Douglas International Airport|
|West Raleigh||Raleigh Durham International Airport|
|Raleigh||Raleigh Durham International Airport|
|Greensboro||Piedmont Triad International Airport|
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What is the largest airport in NC?
|City served||FAA||Airport name|
|Charlotte||CLT||Charlotte/Douglas International Airport|
|Concord||JQF||Concord Regional Airport|
|Fayetteville||FAY||Fayetteville Regional Airport (Grannis Field)|
|Greensboro||GSO||Piedmont Triad International Airport|
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Does North Carolina have a airport?
There are many airports in North and South Carolina. However, not all North and South Carolina airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports. North Carolina is a state in the Southern United States.
What international airports are in North Carolina?
International North Carolina Airports
- Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Airport Code: CLT.
- Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Airport Code: RDU.
- Piedmont Triad International Airport. Airport Code: GSO.
- Wilmington International Airport. Airport Code: ILM.
Does Southwest fly to North Carolina?
CHARLOTTE, NC — Southwest Airlines is offering a travel deal with discounted flights — $87 and up for some of the airline’s one-way routes — are available out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Domestic travel is blacked out May 24-25, May 28, August 31 and September 3, 2018.
What is the nearest airport in North Carolina?
Charlotte Douglas International Airport
How many airports are in Charlotte NC?
Charlotte International Airport (IATA: CLT, ICAO: KCLT, FAA LID: CLT) is 7 miles west of Charlotte. – Charlotte Airport is the second largest hub for American Airlines. – Charlotte Airport served 45.9 million passengers in 2017.