The City of Charlotte and Charlotte Douglas International Airport are committed to promoting the quality of opportunity for all. CLT continues to modify its facilities, programs, policies, or practices, as necessary, to ensure access is provided.
When traveling through CLT...
- Contact your airline prior to travel for wheelchairs, passenger loading lifts, personal assistance throughout a connection or escort assistance for minors.
- Inform the security checkpoint screener of any disability or if you have special equipment that cannot go through an x-ray inspection.
- TTY/TDD is available at the Airport Services Counter and Visitor Info Center. 24/7 assistance is available by calling 704-359-4837 from any TTY/DDD.
- Visual messaging and paging is located on flight information monitors and visual display monitors throughout the terminal.
- All restrooms are accessible. Family restrooms are located near gates A6, B4, C7, D5, E5, E15 and Arrivals/Baggage area, Zones B and E.
- Service Animal/Pet Relief Areas are located inside the terminal (post-security) on the A/B Connector (near Checkpoint A) and on Concourse D between Coca-Cola 600 Cafe and Original Rum Bar and Grill. Areas are also located outside the terminal (pre-security) at the ends (west and east) on the Arrivals/Baggage Claim level.
- Handicap parking is available in all CLT lots and accessible shuttles run continuously. If assistance is needed, please call 704-359-4038. If you wish to park your vehicle and escort a disabled passenger into the terminal, it is recommended that you park in the Hourly Deck in front of the terminal. The first hour of parking in the Hourly Deck is free.
- Contact TSA Cares, the hotline for people with special assistance needs. Call a week or more before you plan to fly for questions about screening procedures or for assistance at a security checkpoint.
Email questions: firstname.lastname@example.org Grievance Procedure under Title II, The Americans with Disabilities Act
Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that public entities adopt and publish grievance procedures to assure the prompt and equitable resolution of complaints. The purpose of this ADA grievance procedure is to resolve as promptly as possible any problems, complaints, or conflicts related to the City’s ADA compliance without the need for the complainant to resort to other remedies available under the law.Grievance Procedure Summary
If a grievant believes he or she has been discriminated against on the basis of a disability, the grievant should submit a written complaint containing information about the alleged discrimination, including the name, address and phone number of the grievant and location, date and description of the problem.
The complaint should be submitted as soon as possible but no later than 60 days after the alleged violation to:
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