Charlotte and the surrounding region features an extensive, reliable and convenient infrastructure network that includes the nation’s 8th busiest international airport, an inland port with Foreign Trade Zone status, an intermodal facility that is currently being expanded to double its capacity, the intersection of two interstates: I-77 and I-85, and a newly constructed high-speed rail line connecting suburban commuters with Charlotte’s central business district. More than 100 distribution centers call the Charlotte region home, taking advantage of this logistics hub that has emerged over the past 20 years (Source: CharlotteUSA).
A fifteen minute drive from Charlotte’s central business district, Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) is the nation’s eighth busiest airport serving as US Airways’ largest hub and serving 32 million air travelers. CLT offers nonstop passenger service to over 80 domestic destinations and 20 international cities. Twenty cargo airlines serve the Charlotte region together with more than 70 freight forwarders, custom house brokers and professional international service providers.
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