Raleigh-Durham RDU Airport Overview

Raleigh-Durham International Airport RDU serves North Carolina’s Wake County and its tri-Cities of Raleigh, Durham  Chapel Hill - part of the vital Research Triangle.

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. 

Delta will again offer daily nonstop service to Salt Lake City, starting March 1, 2016, while daily flight to Paris (CDG Airport) start May 12, 2016.
Frontier will add flights to Atlanta, Orlando & Philadelphia 'multiple days each week'; and begin seasonal flights to Chicago, Cleveland, Denver & Trenton - all starting April 2015

Raleigh-Durham International Airport has two passenger terminals: T1 & T2.

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