About Our Blog

You’ve arrived at RDU Cruising Altitude, the official blog of Raleigh-Durham International Airport and the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority.

We’re sharing the latest news and information about RDU. From new destinations to updates on construction, you’ll always stay informed on what’s happening at your airport. Along the way, we’ll introduce you to key Airport Authority staff and take you behind-the-scenes to give you an inside look at how your airport operates.

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5 Responses to About Our Blog

  1. Andrew says:

    Can you please enable full-text in your RSS feed? I ready way too many blogs to be clicking through from google reader to the blog for every entry.

  2. sean says:

    Does the U in RDU stand for Umstead? I feel like I read that on a informational post but can’t find anything online….

  3. Penny says:

    There is a hyperlink on your (RDU-Cruising Altitude) Newsletter featuring “NON-STOP to Nassau -PLAN YOUR ESCAPE called “Now, plot your dates and book your escape!” Can you please tell me why this link is no longer working?. Or just simply tell me do you still have NON-Stop fights to Nassau, Bahamas on May 23rd departure and returning May 26th?, The best area (economical areas), Paradise Island?, Marinas? I will look at Delta flights, since you mentioned them in the article. I need a NON-STOP flight for RDU to Nassau, Bahamas.

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