Cheap flights to Charlotte

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Flights to Charlotte in 2022

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inJulyHigh demand for flights, 13% potential price rise
Cheapest inNovemberBest time to find cheap flights, 2% potential price drop
Average price£524Average for return flights in May 2022
Return from£499From London to Charlotte Douglas
One-way from£257One-way flight from London to Charlotte Douglas (CLT)

Cheap flights to Charlotte in May, June 2022

The best prices found for CLT flights for May, June
31 May - 9 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

CLT

Charlotte Douglas

1 stop

11h 50m
CLT

Charlotte Douglas

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

9h 41m
£530

Finnair

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Deal found 22/5/22

14 Jun - 28 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

CLT

Charlotte Douglas

1 stop

12h 45m
CLT

Charlotte Douglas

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

9h 41m
£533

Finnair

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Deal found 22/5/22

7 Jun - 23 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

CLT

Charlotte Douglas

1 stop

12h 11m
CLT

Charlotte Douglas

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

9h 41m
£536

Finnair

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Deal found 23/5/22

Charlotte 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to Charlotte found for this year
27 Sep - 18 Oct
LGW

London Gatwick

CLT

Charlotte Douglas

1 stop

16h 17m
CLT

Charlotte Douglas

LGW

London Gatwick

1 stop

13h 40m
£499

JetBlue

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Deal found 23/5/22

27 Sep - 18 Oct
LGW

London Gatwick

CLT

Charlotte Douglas

1 stop

16h 17m
CLT

Charlotte Douglas

LGW

London Gatwick

1 stop

13h 40m
£501

JetBlue

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Deal found 24/5/22

11 Oct - 31 Oct
LHR

London Heathrow

CLT

Charlotte Douglas

1 stop

11h 53m
CLT

Charlotte Douglas

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

10h 11m
£509

Virgin Atlantic

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Deal found 23/5/22

Last minute flights to Charlotte

Late deals on return flights to Charlotte, departing today and this week
31 May - 9 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

CLT

Charlotte Douglas

1 stop

11h 50m
CLT

Charlotte Douglas

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

9h 41m
£530

Finnair

View Deal

Deal found 22/5/22

31 May - 9 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

CLT

Charlotte Douglas

Nonstop

8h 25m
CLT

Charlotte Douglas

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

9h 41m
£549

Finnair

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Deal found 22/5/22

29 May - 4 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

CLT

Charlotte Douglas

1 stop

12h 10m
CLT

Charlotte Douglas

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

12h 40m
£551

Finnair

View Deal

Deal found 22/5/22

What is the cheapest month to fly to Charlotte?

The cheapest ticket to Charlotte found for each month in 2022 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.

January

£644

February

£643

March

£635

April

£646

May

£633

June

£639

July

£738

August

£696

September

£638

October

£637

November

£636

December

£695

At the present moment the cheapest month to fly to Charlotte is currently May; with July being the most expensive. Prices will vary depending on multiple factors such as booking in advance, airline and departure airports and times.

When is the best time to fly to Charlotte?

Average Charlotte flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2022 and 2023 by month

LON - CLT

Price

£634 - £896

CLT

Temperature

5 - 26 °C

CLT

Rainfall

76 - 107 mm

Peak Season

The most popular time to visit Charlotte is late spring and summer. Due to families visiting for summer holidays, this season draws the biggest crowds, resulting in increased rates for hotels. The peak season is the perfect time to explore Charlotte and the great outdoors, such as, the 98-acre Freedom Park, but keep in mind that July and August can become stiflingly hot, reaching close to 38 degrees Celsius some days. Make sure you book accommodation and flights to Charlotte in advance during this period so you get the best deal.

Off-peak Season

Although winter can be a great time to book flights to Charlotte if you’re looking for a festive break, it is undoubtedly the off peak season as the city isn’t as lively as in the summer months and some attractions may be closed. While fewer visitors are drawn to the city during this time of year, it’s the perfect opportunity to nab cheap flights and hotel deals in Charlotte.

Shoulder Season

Autumn and early spring make up Charlotte’s shoulder seasons, although they can still be busy times of the year, especially during students’ spring and autumn breaks. October can be a lovely time to visit and experience the foliage around the city changing colour. Travellers may be able to find deals on flights to Charlotte and accommodation during these seasons, compared with summer, so it’s a great time to look for a bargain.

When is the best time to book a flight to Charlotte?

To ensure you get the cheapest price possible for a flight to Charlotte, you should look to book at least 31 days in advance of your intended travel date. The price of your flight may increase if you delay and leave booking until a week or so before departure.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Charlotte?

The cheapest flights to Charlotte are usually found when departing on a Wednesday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Sunday.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Charlotte?

To get the best value, try booking a flight in the afternoon when visiting Charlotte. Generally the prices will increase for flights in the morning as these tend to have higher demand.

City overview

The largest city in North Carolina, Charlotte, is also the second-largest banking centre in the country. It’s also one of the fastest growing cities in the US, attracting visitors from all over the world.

The top attraction in Charlotte is Discovery Place, a hands-on science and technology museum that features permanent exhibits such as a tropical rain forest, an aquarium, dinosaurs with robotic models that roar and move, and an IMAX Dome theatre. The child-oriented Charlotte Nature Museum exhibits the animals and plants of the area including a Butterfly Garden.

To step back in time, take a historic walking tour through Uptown. Charlotte dates from Revolutionary War times (it is named after King George III’s wife, Queen Charlotte) and its Uptown area includes the Fourth Ward neighbourhoods, Charlotte’s “old city.” The architecture and sensibility of this neighbourhood provide a glimpse of life in a less hectic time.

Although primarily a business town, complete with futuristic high-rises and elevated walkways, travellers take flights to Charlotte to visit its museums and restaurants, and explore its fascinating history.

Getting around Charlotte

If you’re staying in Charlotte, you can walk around the Uptown area or take the Gold Rush shuttle, which provides free service throughout Uptown. There’s trolley service from Historic South End to Centre City Charlotte, and the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) provides public transportation throughout the city.

To tour the outlying areas you’ll need a car. As with most major cities, traffic can be difficult during the rush hour.

When driving around Charlotte, pay attention to street names. Several major streets have a name change after an intersection. Also, several roads have the same name; they may all connect in some way, but it can be confusing for a driver who’s not paying attention.

Getting from the Airport to the City

Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) is located 8 miles (13 km) west of Charlotte. You can get to the city centre via bus, limousine/shuttle, taxi, or car hire. All ground transportation is located within the airport. Hotels and motels that have courtesy vehicles can be contacted through the Traveller Information Centres. See the Ground Transportation page of the airport web site for more information.

What is good to know if travelling to Charlotte?

  • It could be argued that the most popular attraction is NASCAR. Charlotte is a car racing hub: the majority of NASCAR teams and race shops are within an hour’s drive of Charlotte, and most NASCAR drivers maintain a residence in or near the city. It is said that 73 per cent of American motor-sports employees are based within two hours of Charlotte. For those interested, fifteen minutes from downtown Charlotte will have you at the Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
  • The Charlotte area is rich with gardens. The Botanical Gardens at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte have orchids, carnivorous plants, butterfly and hummingbird gardens, a tropical rain forest, and plants indigenous to the area.
  • Latta Plantation was a successful cotton plantation and is now a living history farm. Visitors can experience what life was like for planters, farmers, and slaves of the North Carolina backcountry in the early 19th century.
  • Kings Mountain National Military Park, 30 miles (48 km) west of Charlotte, is the site of a significant victory by American Patriots over American Loyalists during the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War. The battle destroyed the left wing of Cornwallis’ army and effectively ended Loyalist ascendance in the Carolinas. The park has a museum and a trail around the battlefield sites.
  • The Mint Museum of Art, built in 1836 as a US Mint, has permanent collections of American, European, African, pre-Columbian, and Spanish colonial art; porcelain and pottery; regional crafts; and historic costumes.
  • Reed Gold Mine, east of Charlotte, is where Conrad Reed discovered a 17-pound nugget in 1799 and started America’s first documented gold rush. Guided underground tours of the gold mine are available, as well as seasonal gold panning, walking trails, and a stamp mill.
  • The best places to find antiques are reputed to be the towns of Waxhaw, Pineville, and Matthews. Shops are usually open from Monday through Saturday in Pineville and Matthews. In Waxhaw, some shops are open on Sunday but closed on Monday, and Waxhaw holds an annual antiques fair each February.

Charlotte airport overview

An astonishingly busy hub, Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) provides connections to more than 155 US and international destinations. A modern, safe, convenient place to transit through, Charlotte-Douglas International Airport earns rave reviews from all travellers who pass through its gates.

Located just 11km (7 miles) from the city centre, there are plenty of easy options available to travellers looking to get from Charlotte-Douglas International Airport into town.

Flights to Charlotte-Douglas International Airport are provided by a plethora of airlines (most of them American), and it is currently US Airways’ most important hub. The airport’s geographical location makes it an obvious stopover choice for those looking to travel within the United States; this is confirmed by the fact that last year, Charlotte-Douglas Airport was the 25th busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic.

What airport do you fly into for flights to Charlotte?

Booking a flight to Charlotte Douglas (CLT) is your only option if you intend on flying to Charlotte. It is only a 5.7 mi journey from Douglas to Charlotte’s city center. Douglas is the only Charlotte airport and it handles 13 daily flights from London. 11 airlines have flights from London to Charlotte Douglas on a regular basis.