The other day, a friend asked the following question on Facebook: Where can I find a place in Morrisville to hold an office Christmas party? I smiled because I knew the perfect place. As I responded to her, I thought that you all might like to be let in on one of the Triangle’s best kept secrets as well. Continue reading
As far as we know, there aren’t any ghosts lurking on the concourse of Terminal 2. We’ve had no reported sightings of phantom planes heading toward our runway in the wee hours of the night. But there is a mystery at the airport, and it’s found in our data. It has to do with Mexico City. Continue reading
Trick-or-Treaters haven’t yet hit the streets, but many people are already thinking ahead to Christmas and New Year’s travel plans. If you’re searching for flights to the West Coast or beyond for the holidays, new service to San Francisco and Los Angeles may help you reach your destination faster. Continue reading
I can’t believe how quickly this year is flying by. Following is a recap of activity at Raleigh-Durham International Airport for the third quarter of 2013.
As this quarter came to a close, RDU began its transition from the summer vacation travel period to holiday preparation. Work on Terminal 1 continued and our air service development team continued reaching out to the business community to learn more about where their travels are taking them. Continue reading
At first glance, you might not think that RDU and the tiny Persian Gulf nation of Bahrain have much in common. However, after a group of officials from Bahrain International Airport visited RDU last week, it’s clear that we have much more in common than first meets the eye. Continue reading