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Wheelchair help was prompt and efficient.
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Gate agent refused to honor my request for a different seat even though the flight was only half full. There was plenty of opportunity to move from my assigned middle seat once onboard, but the agent, and therefore the company looked like schmucks
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|Number of Daily Flights||21|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 17|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 18|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is a popular hub for travel into and out of Fort Lauderdale, Miami and the Florida Keys. Consider the Keys West Airport Shuttle as a cost and time effective transportation option. If you plan to drive yourself, you have several parking options in and around the airport.
Your flight from FLL to Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) will last around 90 minutes. Upon arrival in Charlotte, you can make your way quickly to Charlotte city center with the Sprinter public transit system or select a rental car or taxi for a more door-to-door experience.
Have a thrilling time in Charlotte with a visit to the Carowinds amusement park, home of “the Intimidator,” the largest rollercoaster in the region.
For a more educational vacation, visit the Carolinas Aviation Museum, which is home to an impressive array of aircraft. If you’re a science lover, spend your time at Discovery Place, an interactive science exploration center.
Travel around Charlotte on the LYNX Blue Line Light Rail, which connects South Charlotte to the city center. For a more quaint option, ride the Gold Rush, a rubber-wheeled trolley system. Thanks to Charlotte’s relatively temperate weather, ranging from the low 30s to the upper 80s, you likely won’t have to fight the weather when using either of these public transit options.