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48 Hours: Philadelphia

If you want culture and history, you don’t get much more historically significant than Philadelphia. Pennsylvania’s largest city is home to 22 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and had a brief stint as our nation’s capital. Let’s walk through what you could enjoy during a two-day getaway. Continue reading

Mobile Passport Control Will Save You Time at RDU

Do your upcoming travel plans include arriving at RDU nonstop from an international destination? If so, then you’ll likely re-enter the United States from our Federal Inspection Services Facility. A new free smartphone app is set to help make that process simple and quick! Continue reading

 

Let’s Fly: Airlines Add LaGuardia and Newark Service

The June edition of Let’s Fly catches enjoying the first days of summer and new flights to LaGuardia and Newark. Also in this edition, find out about entertainment upgrades and free snacks. Continue reading

Let’s Go To Paris!

For more than 20 years, our region has enjoyed nonstop service to London… and we’ve loved every moment of that experience. But, we’ve waited for our second transatlantic route. Another option to the European continent and the possibilities beyond.Continue reading

 

Let’s Fly! Delta adds DCA, Frontier Returns

Welcome to the April edition of Let’s Fly! Doing business in the nation’s capital? Delta has expanded options for travel to D.C. Frontier Airlines is back for 2016 with seven routes from RDU. And, JetBlue has increased flights to Boston and Ft. Lauderdale for the summer season. Continue reading

 

Let’s Fly: More on Paris and 6 new routes for 2016

Great things are coming to RDU in 2016. We’re excited about 7 new routes launching from our airport this year. Of course, the most anticipated is Paris, but we’re also ready to welcome Salt Lake City as a new destination and new options to Atlanta, Cancun, Los Angeles, Orlando and Philadelphia. Continue reading