RDU Closes Economy 4 Parking

Shuttle Service Will Continue for Customers Already Parked There RDU closed the Economy 4 parking lot Friday after regaining adequate capacity in Central, Premier and Economy 3. The parking deck (Premier and Central) and Park Economy 3 reached capacity on Thanksgiving morning, requiring all guests who did not reserve a space online to park inRead More

October One of Busiest Months During Pandemic

Airport Releases Strong Financial Results: More than 930,000 passengers flew through RDU in October, an increase of 154% over the same month last year and a decrease of 27% from October of 2019. It was the second busiest month for passenger traffic at RDU since the pandemic began, behind July of this year. “It’s encouragingRead More

RDU Expects Triple-Digit Spike in Holiday Traffic

Authority to Make Parking Adjustments in Advance of Busy Travel Period: RDU expects to welcome more than 234,000 passengers from Monday through Sunday of Thanksgiving week, a 129% increase over the same week in 2020. RDU anticipates Sunday being the busiest day of the week, with 44,000 people traveling in a single day. “Our projectionsRead More

Triangle Takeoff Coalition Wins Top PR Honors

“Carry On” Campaign Named Best for Medium-Sized Airport The Triangle Takeoff Coalition’s “Carry On” multimedia campaign has earned top honors for best Overall Public Relations Program for a medium-sized airport. Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) announced the first-place award Sunday at its annual trade association conference in Reno, Nev. The coalition is an alliance ofRead More

New International Travel Requirements Go Into Effect

Vaccinations: Under a federal policy that begins Nov. 8, foreign nationals flying to the United States must be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination prior to boarding a U.S.-bound airplane. The new international air travel policy will also require other COVID-19 mitigation strategies – enhanced testing, contact tracing and masking. Children under 18 areRead More