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xforce osx keygen autodesk The Concourse A North expansion is one of $2.5 billion worth of projects underway or planned to accommodate growth at Charlotte Douglas, including an expanded roadway in front of the terminal, an expanded and renovated terminal lobby, a new control tower under construction by the Federal Aviation Administration and a planned fourth parallel runway that would be the airport's longest.