A video released by RDU this week shows travelers the new health and safety practices at the airport to protect against COVID-19. The #FlyConfident video, produced by Raleigh-based Amazing Studios, allows viewers to observe the new travel experience by following a passenger through the airport. The video captures the new health and safety measuresRead More
RDU closed its secondary runway, 5R/23L, on Monday, July 6 for crews to begin making pavement repairs. Although it is safe for flying, deteriorating pavement on 5R/23L is being replaced to maintain the integrity of the runway. All commercial flights will use RDU’s primary runway, 5L/23R, until the secondary runway reopens. As part of aRead More
Enhanced Health and Safety Measures are in Place With the holiday weekend approaching, Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are providing travel tips and a description of recent changes the airport and federal agency have made to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. RDU has seen modest but steady growth inRead More
New Health Measures are in Place in Terminals and on Planes The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority and Delta Air Lines announced Friday additional health precautions in terminals and on planes that will help travelers fly with confidence. “As passengers slowly return to air travel, we are taking every precaution to provide them with a safe andRead More
The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority submitted public comment Tuesday to the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Energy, Mineral, and Land Resources regarding Wake Stone Corporation’s application for modification to Permit 92-10. Read the letter here.