Deicing Prevents Bitter Cold Temperatures from Freezing Your Travel Plans

Get out your winter coats – a blast of below-freezing temperatures is expected to hit the Triangle! Bitter cold temperatures require airlines to take extra steps to ensure snow, slush and ice don’t accumulate on aircraft. RDU works closely with our airline partners to ensure cold temperatures don’t freeze your travel plans. You might haveRead More

RDU Welcomes Third Airline Club to Terminal 2

New United Club Features Modern Décor and Local Cuisine RDU Airport, N.C. – United Airlines customers will have a new place to relax during their travels as RDU welcomes a United Club to Terminal 2. RDU is the first airport in the United Airlines network to add a club in more than a decade. “WeRead More

How RDU Is Refreshing Its Runways

Next time you’re taxiing from your gate at RDU, you might notice a few hard hats around the airfield. We’re busy refreshing both of the airport’s commercial runways. You may have read about RDU’s plans to replace its main runway, 5L/23R, located adjacent to Terminal 2. That project – expected to cost at least $350Read More

ICYMI – Washington Examiner Opinion: The First Step to Fixing Busy Airports This Summer

The following opinion-editorial by Airports Council International – North America President and CEO Kevin M. Burke underscores the need for Congress to modernize the way airports are funded. In the column, Burke mentions Raleigh-Durham International Airport as an example of an airport working to reduce passenger wait times. Airport Authority President and CEO Michael LandguthRead More