• Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE)

    3000 Aviation Way

    West Columbia, SC 29170

    The Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) is much like a 2600-acre city with more than 50 agencies and businesses located on the airport property.  Air passenger and cargo service is provided by scheduled airlines, jet freight carriers, two fixed base operators, and various charter flights.  Air operations are conducted on an 8600′ x 150′ runway and an 8000′ x 150′ runway.

    Annually, the airport serves more than 1.2 million passengers and processes more than 168,000 tons of air cargo.


    Charlotte Douglas Airport (CLT)

    5501 Josh Birmingham Pkwy

    Charlotte, NC 28208

    Located to the west of Charlotte and next to Renaissance Park, the Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) is also close to Belmont, Lake Wylie and Shopton. Charlotte Douglas has become one of North Carolina’s busiest airports and is a gateway to the west of the state.

    Each year the facility handles over 30 million people, shifts around 180,000 tons of cargo and offers non-stop flights to 127 different destinations.

    The single terminal at Charlotte Douglas Airport is divided into five concourse areas (A to E) and features a total of 85 gates. Close to the terminal are three runways, while nearby a fourth is currently under construction.

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