Charlotte Douglas International Airpot – An Economic Engine Of The Carolinas: Planning For The Future
Charlotte Douglas International Airpot – An Economic Engine Of The Carolinas: Planning For The Future – Submitted by Dave Rushing
Who You Missed:
- Jeff McSwain – Assistant Aviation Director of Development for CLT
In this capacity, McSwain is responsible for the planning, design and construction of Airport projects. He also oversees land acquisition and the Part 150 Airport Noise Compatibility Program.
McSwain holds a Master of Business Administration from Pfeiffer University and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University.
Professional Engineer (PE), North Carolina
Certified Member (CM), American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE)√¢‚Ç¨‚Äπ
- Stuart Hair – Economic Affairs Manager for CLT
In this capacity, Hair plans, directs, manages, and oversees the activities and operations regarding economic development. Identify corporations and business facilities that are targets for recruitment to locate on, or near, Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) and market the Airport to identified targets.
Hair holds a Masters degree in Geography from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Queens University of Charlotte.
What You Missed:
- FAST FACTS
- Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) is ranked 5th nationwide in Operations, 9th in passengers and 29th in Cargo.
- CLT handled over 44M passengers in 2015
- CLT has approximately 700 departures daily and Nonstop service to 155 destinations.
- $10-12B annual economic impact to the Carolinas
- 100,000 jobs directly or indirectly related to the Airport and the businesses that serve it.
- Projects Underway
- Elevated Terminal Roadway
- East Terminal Phase II – Food Court
- Concourse A North Expansion
- Terminal Concourse Renovations
- Regional Concourse Projects (Concourse E)
- Future Project
- Terminal Lobby Expansion (Perhaps to include Queen Charlotte Statue)
- Future Gate Expansions
- 4th Parallel Runway