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Flights from Newark to Charlotte

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Airports in Newark

Newark Liberty International Airport serves Newark. It is the primary airport serving the U.S. State of New Jersey. Located in the city of Newark, New Jersey, U.S.A., the airport provides passenger & cargo services to international as well as domestic destinations. These include Dublin, Beijing, Calgary, Montreal, Delhi, London, Vienna, Amsterdam, Paris, Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, and more. The airport serves as a hub for FedEx Express and United Airlines. Newark Liberty International Airport is well connected with the city via monorail, buses, car hires, private limousine, and taxi services.

Explore Charlotte

Charlotte is the largest city in the state of North Carolina (US) and one of the largest and most successful cities in the South. The city is best known as a center of car racing that flaunts state-of-the-art speedways, racing schools and motor sports museums. This reputation is brought to the fore by the iconic NASCAR Hall of Fame and NASCAR All-Star Race. Charlotte was christened in the honor of the wife of King George II. Visitors would find its vibrant city center, Uptown, dotted with many museums (like the Charlotte Museum of History), hotspots like Rosedale Plantation and posh shopping and dining centers.

Things to do in Charlotte

NASCAR Hall of Fame

The NASCAR Hall of Fame is a year-round magnet for all NASCAR enthusiasts because it honors some of the best and most decorated NASCAR drivers. It also displays a long list of all-time great crew chiefs and owners plus several major contributors to the grand sport. Built at an astronomical cost of USD 160 million, the museum also flaunts some of the most iconic and famous race cars like 1967 Chevelle and 2008 Chevy Impala SS. One can also catch up with audio-visual presentations and the meticulous multi-round preparations that a racing team makes for the grand finale.

Carolinas Aviation Museum

The Carolinas Aviation Museum is a state-of-the art aviation museum in Charlotte. Founded in 1992, it stands on the grounds of Charlotte Douglas International Airport and is home to a remarkable collection of more than 50 static aircraft and several historical artifacts related to the history of aviation in the state. Visitors are wowed with its stunning collection of military aircraft like historic jet aircraft dating back to the 1950s. The Carolinas Aviation Museum also operates the Dolph Overton Aviation Library, it is the largest such facility in North and South Carolina and consists of over 9000 volumes.

Paramount's Carowinds or Carowinds

The Paramount’s Carowinds is a famous amusement park in Charlotte. It is nicknamed the ‘Thrill Capital of the Southeast’ for its sheer range of fun attractions for the entire family. Nothing trumps the first grade dinosaur exhibit here that flaunts simulated dinosaur models with top notch animatronics. This experience is seconded by roller-coasters, water rides, stage shows and playing in water park here.

Best Time to fly to Charlotte

The best time to fly Charlotte is the summer season that runs from June to August. It is bright, hot and sunny and the temperatures may often soar above 100 degrees. Visitors can also enjoy cultural events like Taste of Charlotte (in June) and the Charlotte Pride (in August) during this time. Budget travelers would find the winter season, running from December to February much to their liking owing to cheaper air fares and hotel rates. One can also get to enjoy cultural events like First Night Charlotte (in December) and the Queen's Feast- Charlotte Restaurant Week (in January).

Charlotte Travelers' Reviews

  Mrs.
Best price...will book again next year
- Kimberly  Sep 11, 2018
  Ballard's
Everything was great. I was very pleased.
- Debra  Sep 06, 2018

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