We’ve listened to you your feedback and we’re giving you more reasons to pack a few extra minutes into your upcoming flight plans.
We’re welcoming the first phase of new shops in spring 2018. To make room for the new experiences, we’re saying farewell to a few stores you’ve come to recognize – Life is good, KidsWorks, Hudson News/Aeromart, and LICK. But don’t worry, we guarantee you’ll love the new offerings.
Let’s dive in and start shopping!
Need to clear your head or stretch your legs? Look for the Step It Up signs and get a few paces in next time you’re in Terminals 1 and 2.
As part of RDU’s efforts to support the health and wellness of travelers and staff members alike, we’ve mapped out a couple of walking loops in Concourses C and D that will get you moving so you can start your next adventure with a fresh perspective.
In case you’re wondering, research shows that just 25 minutes of walking per day could add up to seven years to your life. There are also countless physical and mental health benefits – check out our top 5 below. Continue reading
Over the next few weeks you’ll be seeing yellow when parking in RDU’s Central or Premier lots. We’re in the process of replacing the entry, exit and pay-on-foot machines at each of our parking lots. Continue reading
The sounds of bluegrass will fill the air in Terminals 1 & 2 this week! As downtown Raleigh welcomes bluegrass bands and performers for the Wide Open Bluegrass Festival, we’re very excited to once again host our annual Salute to Bluegrass Music Series, September 25th through 29th.
Throughout the week, enjoy live bluegrass music each afternoon in the baggage claim areas of our terminals. Not flying? Come on out, grab a cup of Starbucks, relax and enjoy some great entertainment. Continue reading
I am proud and humbled to Chair the RDU Airport Authority Board. As a public Board, appointed by elected officials in Wake and Durham counties and Raleigh and Durham cities, we ensure that the Authority acts in the public’s interest.
That’s why transparency is so important to us. This has recently been called into question by the Southern Environmental Law Center, as we issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to lease three parcels of airport-owned property.
In the interest of full transparency and to ensure that we respond appropriately to SELC’s claims, I have directed the executive team to engage outside counsel to review their allegations and our actions, and to work with us to respond to those allegations. I and the entire board, take the Authority’s compliance with applicable Open Meetings laws very seriously. The public expects us to, and rightfully so.
Trust is hard to earn but easy to lose. We stand by our actions and are excited to see viable lease proposals in response to our RFP. In the meantime, rest assured that we are doing everything we possibly can to be a great airport for this community.