Airstud
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Your Opinion Of CLT's Website

Fri Apr 16, 2010 8:58 pm

My colleagues and I are flying to Charlotte for some meetings next week. Only a couple will have rental vans, to ferry us between CLT and downtown and the Wachovia CIC out on Harris Boulevard. I figured I'd download a PDF of a map of the CLT terminal so we could agree on a meeting point (the gang is flying in from all over; SFO, OAK, PHX, etc).

I currently have fuming contempt for the airport's website. There's a rectangle that says "Terminal Maps" but it doesn't display or link to anything.

Plus the whole rest of the website is just plain clumsy.

Anyhooo....is there another place - some airport map repository perhaps - where I can get a map of the CLT main terminal building?
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PI4EVER
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RE: Your Opinion Of CLT's Website

Fri Apr 16, 2010 9:56 pm

You can also refer to the airport map on the US website. May not be to the detail you prefer, but shows a good layout of the terminal, concourses and gates.
Instead of meeting downstairs in baggage claim which is kind of dull and boring, advise everyone to meet at the piano bar in the mezzanine/food court area. This is a convenient location to then access the escalators down to baggage claim and ground transport. Idle away any wait time at the bar or in a nearby rocking chair.......
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Airstud
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RE: Your Opinion Of CLT's Website

Sat Apr 17, 2010 3:05 am

Hey thank you for the US site suggestion; I hadn't thought of that.

I think the consensus now is that we'll all meet "in front of the Starbucks." (Ah yes, "Where the Starbucks is" is a surefire method of geographical pinpointing...")
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RE: Your Opinion Of CLT's Website

Sun Apr 18, 2010 4:52 am

Quoting Airstud (Reply 2):
I think the consensus now is that we'll all meet "in front of the Starbucks." (Ah yes, "Where the Starbucks is" is a surefire method of geographical pinpointing...")

That is a terrible idea. There is a starbucks on every concourse.

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