Airport Ambassadors lend a hand


It is easy to get turned around in an airport you are not familiar with. Add construction from our Terminal Redevelopment and Improvement Program into the mix and even our regular visitions can be a little confused.

But don’t worry. We haveyou covered. In addition to the Information Desk near baggage claim,lookfor the people in the blue vests. That’s right, the blue vests.

Dressed in white polo shirts with blue vests, our team of Airport Ambassadors carry "How may I help you?" clipboards to make it easy to find them whenever you have questions, need directions or want information about the airport or Charleston and the Lowcountry.

“Charleston International Airport Ambassadors are volunteers from all walks of life who donate their time, experience and enthusiasm to help travelers and visitors enjoy their time at the airport and in the Lowcountry,” said Lois Meier, program coordinator. "Because they live and work here, our volunteers are able to help visitors get the information they need."

Charleston International Airport welcomes 15,000 people a day through its doors and more than 2.6 million passengers a year.

The Ambassador Program began in June 2011 with six volunteers and has grown to more than 26 men and women who volunteer an average of two hours a week. Among our volunteers are former college professors, teachers and researchers and retired leaders in business and industry.

So "How may we help you?"

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