RDU Launches New Podcast ‘The Fly Angle’

For podcast enthusiasts, there’s no feeling better than loading up episodes of their favorite shows before jetting off on a long flight. Now, you can hear what’s happening at RDU by subscribing to a new podcast debuting today. Each month, The Fly Angle – hosted by the Airport Authority’s Communications, Government & Community Affairs teamRead More

YouTuber Jeb Brooks Goes Behind-The-Scenes at RDU

 Jeb Brooks’ popular YouTube channel is a must-follow for many in the aviation world. The North Carolina-based vlogger regularly posts travel tips, aircraft walkthroughs and more for almost 200,000 subscribers. Brooks recently took an American Airlines flight from RDU and wanted to show viewers how airports and airlines are working together to make theRead More

RDU Named Top Ten Airport for Passenger Satisfaction

J.D. Power has ranked RDU 9th among large airports in its 2020 North America Airport Satisfaction Study. This is the second year in a row RDU has ranked among J.D. Power’s Top Ten. The study measures overall traveler satisfaction with mega, large and medium North American airports by examining six factors in order of importance:Read More

RDU Taps Into Research Triangle Talent on COVID-19 Challenges

  RDU is tapping into the best minds in the Research Triangle region to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on air travel. The airport is already helping passengers fly with confidence by increasing its cleaning and disinfecting practices, requiring that masks be worn in the terminals, encouraging physical distancing and using touchless technology.Read More

RDU Airlines Increase Passenger Safety Measures

Airlines to Enforce Strict Face Covering Requirements Airlines continue to strengthen the steps they are taking to protect passenger health throughout their trip. Travelers will notice new signage, hand sanitizer stations and plexiglass shields at ticket and gate counters. Kiosks, queue lines and seating areas are arranged to accommodate social distancing. Airlines are conducting moreRead More