Let’s Fly: Two Great Ways to Seattle

Welcome to this month’s edition of Let’s Fly. Summer is on its way out, but things are still heating up for RDU, with a lot of exciting changes coming down the road.

Delta Airlines Service to Seattle in 2017

img_8591Next year, Delta Air Lines will join Alaska Airlines in offering daily nonstop service to Seattle from RDU. The new flight will complement existing service by offering a morning departure from RDU. Flights begin June 8, 2017.

Book now at Delta.com

Trenton and Phoenix Now Year Round

Frontier Airlines is upgrading RDU to Trenton and Southwest Airlines is expanding RDU to Phoenix service to year round. Previously, both carriers offered flights to the respective cities on a 10-month basis, opting out during January and February.

Book your tix to Trenton now at Frontier.com

Head west to Phoenix on Southwest.com

Fly to Ft. Myers for the Holidays

Want to ditch winter temps for the beach? Delta’s got you covered. The airline will offer several times weekly service from RDU to Ft. Myers between December 17 and December 30 in 2016.

Book now at Delta.com

Don’t Forget TSA Pre-Check!

Are you planning to fly to grandma’s house for turkey or holiday cheer? Now’s the time to visit RDU’s TSA Pre-Check enrollment office and reduce your security wait time this holiday season. The office is located lower level Terminal 2 near Bag Claim 2. Start your application process online and stop by RDU for the in person interview. Get started now!

Plan Your Winter Escape

Does the sound of pumpkin-spiced everything make you want to shout “No!” to the end of summer? Plan your winter escape now on one of Allegiant Airlines vacation packages to warm and sunny Florida. The carrier operates nonstop flights from RDU to Orlando-Sanford, St. Pete-Clearwater and Punta Gorda. 

Book now at allegiantair.com.

About Andrew Sawyer

Andrew Sawyer is the External Communication Specialist for the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority and is the main writer for RDU’s website, electronic communication and airport publications. He’s also the primary face behind RDU’s social media channels. Andrew also assists with many other things, from media relations to event planning. In fact, he has an advanced degree in "other duties as assigned."
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