As travel for the Memorial Day weekend kicks into gear, security lines at Charlotte Douglas International Airport are averaging about a 20-minute wait Friday morning.
Flyers are being asked to get their ID out early.
The Federal Aviation Administration was reporting no delays in air travel, the Charlotte airport tweeted shortly before 7:30 a.m.
The airport continued to urge passengers to arrive two hours before their flights.
At 8:15 a.m., car traffic at the airport was moving well, with no incidents, the airport tweeted.
As of 8:45 a.m., all airport parking lots had spaces available.
AAA Carolinas expects air travel to increase 1.6 percent over last year – 84,124 North Carolinians and 33,629 South Carolinians will fly to their destinations this Memorial Day weekend. Average airfares for the top 40 domestic flight routes will be 26 percent cheaper this weekend compared with Memorial Day weekend 2015, AAA says, and the average round-trip ticket will cost $165.
Charlotte Observer Staff Writer Joe Marusak contributed.
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