Raleigh-Durham RDU Airport Overview
RDU Airport is located in Cedar Fork Township, – within an 11-mile range from either cities of Durham, or Raleigh, and 17 miles from Chapel Hill. In close proximity to the Airport are Interstate Highways I-40 and I-540 as well as State Hwy 70.
With three runways and a yearly estimate of 9 million passengers, Raleigh-Durham Airport is served by major and regional airlines (Southwest Airlines is the largest carrier), offering nonstop and connecting flights to all points of the globe.
NOTE: As United is closing its hub at Cleveland; thereafter there will be no service to Cleveland until May 2014, when Delta will offer one daily flight.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport has passenger terminals T1 & T2.