TSA Extends Mask Requirement in Airports

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is extending the face mask requirement at airports and on board commercial aircraft through September 13. TSA’s mask mandate initially went into effect on February 1 and was scheduled to expire on May 11. The federal mask requirement is intended to minimize the spread of COVID-19 through public transportation. TSARead More

Airport Authority Board Approves New Vendor Agreements

Food and Beverage Delivery, ATM and Currency Exchange Services Awarded The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority Board approved agreements Friday with vendors who will operate food and beverage delivery and ATM and currency exchange services at the airport. In late February, Host International Inc. informed RDU that as of early June, it would no longer provide commissaryRead More

March Was the Busiest Month at RDU Since the Pandemic Began

Airlines Add Flights to San Francisco and Destin, FL More passengers flew through RDU in March than any month since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. TSA screened 77,400 departing passengers at RDU for the week ending April 4th, setting another pandemic record for passenger traffic. “The increase in passenger traffic over Easter weekend followsRead More

The Fly Angle, Episode 6: Talking Travel Tips with the TSA

How to Listen and Subscribe: Listen here or find The Fly Angle on your favorite podcast app. In This Episode: As many flyers return to the skies for the first time, it’s a good time to brush up on what you can and can’t bring to the airport. Transportation Security Administration’s Andrew Small shares insightRead More