December 21 - CLT First in N.C. to Earn Accreditation for Cleaning & Disease Prevention
November 24 - North Carolina Tightens Existing Mask Requirements, Enforcement
September 1 - Frequently Asked Questions; Airport Response to COVID-19
July 21 - New Video Gives Passengers Info to Travel with Confidence
June 26 - Face coverings required as of 5 p.m. June 26, 2020.
May 28 - This year passengers need to plan for a not-so-typical summer travel season, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 21 - Airport overlook reopens with social distancing requirements.
May 11 - CLT looks forward to welcoming customers back to the Airport.
May 11 - Face coverings required by all airlines serving CLT.
May 6 - Charlotte Douglas International Airport will receive $135 million in federal funds from the CARES Act to help offset revenue declines caused by drastic reductions in air travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 30 - Aviation Department creates internal ‘Experience Recovery Team’
April 24 - North Carolina Stay-at-Home orders extended; Airport remains open and operational.
April 9 - Frequently Asked for Passenger Information Amid COVID-19.
April 3 - Charlotte Douglas International remains open and operational. We continue to work closely with local, state and federal partners to monitor COVID-19’s rapidly changing developments.
March 27 - The Airport Overlook will temporarily close today.
March 25 - As we face the many questions around how COVID-19 will affect our communities, we want to make sure you are equipped with resources and information that can support you and your families.
March 24 - Effective at 7 p.m. today (March 24, 2020) Employee Lots 1 and 2 and Business Valet tenant parking will temporarily close.
March 20 - Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020, all passenger parking at Charlotte Douglas International Airport will move temporarily to the Hourly Deck. All other passenger lots will close to incoming vehicles.
March 17 - The Airport remains open and operational. COVID-19 remains a very serious public health threat that we continue to monitor and adjust for as required.
March 12 - The national office for the USO announced its intent to close its airport USO locations to ensure the safety and health of staff and volunteers and to avoid unnecessary risks of exposure to COVID-19 coronavirus. This includes Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
March 12 - Additional protocols have been added -- on top of the normal 24/7 airport housekeeping --to monitor cleanliness and the availability of supplies for proper handwashing and hand sanitizing. The Airport housekeeping provider also is hiring new staff daily.
March 9 - CLT received notification from the South Carolina Department of Environmental Health and Control (SCDHEC) regarding a Spartanburg County resident who flew through CLT on his way home from Italy.
March 6 - Charlotte Douglas International Airport continues to work closely with our federal, state and local partners regarding the latest developments with COVID-19 coronavirus.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
NC Department of Health and Human Services