Airline Information

 

What is Real ID?

 

The N.C. REAL ID will make it more convenient when you need to board a commercial airplane or visit a military base or other federal facility. Beginning in 2020, federal agencies will enforce tougher security standards at airport check-ins. Without an N.C. REAL ID, you will still be able to board flights and enter federal facilities, but you will have to provide additional documentation with your traditional license or ID. You must also contact the Transportation Security Administration and other federal facilities about their required identification before each visit.

 

 

Scheduled Airline Service at Concord Regional Airport

 

Scheduled airline flights operated at our Airline Passenger Terminal Building (located at 7435 Zephyr Place NW, Concord, NC 28027).  Low fare carrier Allegiant is the only airline currently providing flights at the airport.

 

Allegiant currently offers scheduled service to the following destinations:

 

 

 

 

Please visit the Allegiant website for full flight schedule times and other details www.allegiantair.com

 

 Attention Smokers:

 

If you smoke, be aware that there are no designated smoking areas inside the Airline Terminal Building or in the gate area beyond security. Local ordinance prohibits the use of tobacco products in all public buildings.  Smoking (and use of smokeless products) is only permitted fifty (50) feet away from the building entrance on the curbside.

Please take this into consideration when you are at the airport.  If you are beyond the security checkpoint and need to smoke, you will need to take your bags, personal items, and airline ticket and get an escort out of the gate area by and airline representative back to the public area.  After you have smoked, you will then need to go back through the security checkpoint again before boarding your flight.  Keep in mind that this will take additional time and lines may be long at the checkpoint.

 

 

 

Concord Regional Airport Reminders for Summer Travelers

 

May 29, 2018 – Concord Regional Airport is expecting a busy Summer travel period as Allegiant has added additional flights and provides service to many popular Summer vacation locations.

The busiest travel times begin in early June and extend through late August. To ensure a smooth traveling experience, passengers should plan ahead, be prepared for lines, and arrive early to the Airport.

General Summer Travel Tips:

• Check with your airline for updated flight information, as well as baggage size and weight rules. Additional fees could be applicable.

• Give yourself enough time to arrive at the airport early. Be prepared to spend at least an hour to park, check luggage, and process through the Security Checkpoint.

• Reminder that the Allegiant ticket counter closes 45 minutes before departure time. You will not be able to check your bags or get a boarding pass from the counter after that time, and may miss your flight.

• Save time by printing boarding passes at home or downloading the Allegiant mobile app.

• Remember the TSA 3-1-1 liquids rule. There is food, snacks, and drinks available from the “Eat Hear and Fly” concessionaire in the passenger gate area beyond the security checkpoint so you do not need to take bottled drinks through the checkpoint. 

• Follow Concord Regional’s Twitter feed (@ConcordAirprtNC) for the up-to-date travel tips and flight announcements.


Parking will be in high demand and available on a first come, first served basis.  As long as spaces are available, drivers are encouraged to use the Upper Deck for picking up and dropping off passengers. It's steps from the terminal, and the first hour is free.

Passengers can be picked up and dropped off along the terminal's curbside, however, vehicles cannot be left unattended. Curbside parking is not allowed and unattended vehicles will be towed.

If the Parking Deck fills up, the airport is prepared to open an overflow lot. Extra staff and portable signs will assist and direct vehicles to the overflow lot location and limited shuttle service will be provided during flight operational times. Please allow an addition 30 to 40 minutes for parking and shuttle time, if parking in the overflow lot.

Arriving passengers that have parked in the Parking Deck are encouraged to use the Self -Pay station when leaving the terminal for a quicker exit. The Self Pay station is located in the Commercial Service Terminal and accepts cash and credit card payments. Remember to keep your ticket with you. A validated ticket will be returned. Drivers may then proceed to the exit and insert their validated ticket in the machine to exit.

Travelers should also consider other travel options for arriving at the Airport, including:

• Carpooling

• Catching a ride to the terminal

• Taking a taxi, ride share, or other form of transportation

TSA Security Checkpoint

Checkpoint assistance agents will be stationed at the entrance of each checkpoint to help expedite the screening process.

TSA Recommends Passengers Follow These Guidelines For Faster Processing: 

• View TSA's travel tips at tsa.gov/travel/travel-tips.

• Passengers are advised to arrive early for their flights. When traveling with young children, infants, elderly or disabled passengers, allow for even more time. TSA advises arriving two to three hours before your flight. Passengers with a disability or medical condition may call ahead to the TSA Cares toll free helpline at (855) 787-2227.

• Slowing down and adhering to the signs in the terminal and queuing lines.

• Review the prohibited items list for both carry-on and checked baggage.

• Don’t delay waiting in the lobby area. Enter screening area upon arrival if you are not checking bags and have your boarding pass.  If not, enter the TSA screening area after you check in at the ticket counter.

• Tape a card with your name and contact information on your electronics. You will be required to remove personal electronic devices larger than a cell phone from your carry-on bag and place them into a bin for x-ray screening.

 

 

Ground Transportation and Car Rental services are also available at Concord Regional Airport.


 

Tickets are available for purchase  by visiting the Allegiant website www.allegiantair.com, or calling the Allegiant reservations number 702-505-8888. There will also be a limited ticket desk open at the Concord Regional Airport for walk up sales on flight days for an hour after the first flight of the each day.

 

REMINDER TO ALLEGIANT PASSENGERS THAT THEY NEED TO CHECK-IN AT LEAST TWO HOURS BEFORE THEIR FLIGHT AND BE IN THE GATE AREA AT TIME OF BOARDING. The ticket counter closes before the aircraft arrives so employees can assist in the boarding process which will begin shortly after arriving passengers deplane the aircraft.

 


AIRPORT PARKING

 

The Parking at Concord Regional Airport is located adjacent to the new commercial service terminal building at 7435 Zephyr Place NW, Concord, NC 28027 and can accommodate up to 700 vehicles on two levels. The upper level is uncovered and is currently $6.00 per day. The lower level is covered and is $7.00 per day.

 

 

Please follow signs for parking when you arrive at the airport.

ALLEGIANT TRAVELERS will be directed to park in one of the two-long term levels of the parking garage.  Those travelers with handicap needs should plan ahead and arrive early as there are limited spaces designated for handicap parking, especially close to the building. Local Allegiant staff will provide assistance to travelers needing handicap accommodations if advised of the possible need a head of time.

Ground transportation services will be available at the airport, but should be arranged a head of time if at all possible.

 


 

FLIGHT SCHEDULE

 

 

Allegiant Flight schedule can be found on the Allegiant website: www.allegiantair.com

 

 

 


 ALLEGIANT TRAVEL ADVISORY INFORMATION

Occasionally, weather or other issues will prevent flights from operating as scheduled.  In that event, Allegiant makes every effort to accommodate its passengers. Information is shared with customers in the following ways:

Travel Advisory Hotline (702.719.8111)

Travel Advisory Website Page  http://www2.allegiantair.com/travel-advisory

Passengers will be contacted at the phone number and email address they provided at time of booking, and the travel advisory page on the Allegiant Website as well as our Travel Advisory Hotline (702.719.8111) will be updated once known.


 

 TARMAC DELAY INFORMATION FOR AIRLINE PASSENGERS

 

In compliance with the 2009 DOT "Enhancing Airline Passenger Protections" rule and the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012, The Concord Regional Airport has developed and submitted to DOT our "Tarmac Delay Contingency Plan" that outlines procedures and efforts to be made, working with airlines, if lengthy delays over 3 hours occur while passengers are on-board an air carrier aircraft at the airport.  Both the Airport and Airline plans can be found below: 

 

Concord Regional Airport Tarmac Delay Contingency Plan

 

Airline Plans: 

 

Allegiant Tarmac Delay Contingency Plan

 

 

 


 

Our August 2013 Scheduled Service Announcement: 

 

Concord Regional Airport to begin scheduled service!

 

CONCORD – City of Concord officials celebrated a milestone on Thursday August 22th following the announcement by Allegiant Air that scheduled passenger service will begin at Concord Regional Airport. Allegiant's nonstop jet service between Concord and Orlando via Orlando-Sanford International Airport (SFB) is scheduled to begin Friday, December 20, 2013. Allegiant will initially serve passengers flying from and to Florida twice a week, with flights arriving to and departing from Concord on Friday and Monday mornings

 

 

Holiday Travel Tips:

  

• Check with your airline for updated flight information, as well as baggage size and weight rules. Additional fees could be applicable.

• Give yourself enough time to arrive at the airport early. Be prepared to spend at least an hour to park, check luggage, and process through the Security Checkpoint.

• The Allegiant ticket counter closes 45 minutes before departure. You will not be able to check your bags or get a boarding pass from the counter after that time, and may miss your flight. 

• Save time by printing boarding passes at home or downloading the Allegiant mobile app.

• Remember the TSA 3-1-1 liquids rule. There is food, snacks, and drinks available from the “Eat Hear and Fly” concessionaire in the passenger gate area beyond the security checkpoint so you do not need to take bottled drinks through the checkpoint.

• Allegiant passenger boarding process usually closes 10 to 15 minutes before departure time so if you do not make it to the gate by that time, you may miss your flight.

• Follow Concord Regional’s Facebook page (/ConcordRegionalAirport) and Twitter feed (@ConcordAirprtNC) for the most up-to-date holiday information and additional travel tips.