• Charlotte Douglas airport plans more gates


    CHARLOTTE, NC - Charlotte Douglas International Airport plans to start work on a new concourse next spring, adding about a dozen gates for domestic travel.

    The new plan replaces an earlier proposal to build a separate international terminal.

    Interim Aviation Director Brent Cagle said the new concourse might eventually become a separate international terminal, but Cagle says what the airport needs now is more domestic gates.

    The new concourse will constructed in two phases and could eventually have about two dozen new gates.

    Airport officials had previously planned for that space to be used for a new 25-gate international facility at a cost of $175 million. It would have included the required federal inspection and passport facilities.

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