97 Year-Old Marine and Iwo Jima Veteran Greets Young Marines at RDU

Fred Reidenbach, a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and the Battle of Iwo Jima, visited with junior Marines Wednesday at RDU as they transitioned from training to their first duty stations. The USO of North Carolina hosted Reidenbach at the USO center in Terminal 2, where he greeted the young service members. Reidenbach, whoRead More

Minority-Owned Businesses Make a Difference at RDU

RDU proudly celebrates Black History Month and the Authority’s focus on diversity and inclusion at the airport. Our Minority, Women-Owned Small Business program continues to flourish and grow along with our region. “RDU is an economic driver for this region and we want as many businesses as possible to share in that economic opportunity,” saidRead More

DEQ Affirms Bikers Are Causing Environmental Damage on Airport Property

In a letter to RDU, the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality acknowledges that the illegal trails built by bikers on airport property have caused in damage to the Neuse River Basin buffers. Bikers continue to ignore “No Trespassing” signs on airport land, building and using the illegal trails that damage the environment and create aRead More

Authority Hosts Sustainability Management Plan Public Workshop

The Authority is developing RDU’s first Sustainability Management Plan (SMP) to improve the tracking and communication of the airport’s sustainability initiatives, increase efficiency, and better incorporate economic savings and environmental stewardship into project planning. The SMP will provide a road map for the integration of environmental sustainability into airport planning, construction, maintenance, operations and designRead More