Airport Authority Launches Major Parking Preservation Project

RDU Airport, N.C. – Riding shotgun in a brand-new ParkRDU Express electric vehicle, RDU’s first construction mascot (Patch the Bulldog) officially launched a major preservation project for the 11,000 space garage between the airport’s terminals, during a kick-off event this morning. View photos from the event. The Airport Authority will perform extensive infrastructure improvement workRead More

Airport Authority Board Approves Budget, Major Contracts for Parking Revenue Control and Concessions

RDU Airport, N.C. – RDU is preparing for takeoff! Today, the Airport Authority board approved several contracts at their monthly meeting today that will greatly enhance the experience for customers traveling through Raleigh-Durham International Airport.  Parking and Revenue Control System Implementation The board awarded a $4.8 million contract to Sentry Control Systems for parking andRead More

15 New Shops and Experiences Coming to Terminal 2

We’ve listened to you and we’re giving you 15 new reasons to pack an extra few minutes into your upcoming flight plans. Over the next 18 months, Terminal 2 is getting a retail store makeover and we guarantee you’re going to love the new offerings. Let’s dive in and start window shopping!

Landguth Receives Airport Revenue News Director of the Year Award

Airport Authority President and CEO presented award in New Orleans RDU Airport, N.C. – This evening, Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority President and CEO Michael Landguth will be formally presented with the Airport Revenue News Director of the Year Award in the Medium Airports category in New Orleans.   The award will be presented during the lastRead More

Statement on Planned Protests

The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority has issued a permit for today’s planned protest and has established an area for today’s demonstration. Our goal is to ensure a peaceful demonstration.  Our priority is to keep everyone safe and to ensure uninterrupted airport operations. The designated area for protests is outside Terminal 2, on the south end ofRead More