Raleigh-Durham RDU Airport Terminal Map
Main Terminal / Concourses at Raleigh-Durham RDU Airport
The newly modernized Terminal 1 of RDU officially opened April 13, 2014 - presently served by AirTran & Southwest airlines - has one concourse with nine gates with panoramic view of the airfield; a security checkpoint with 4 lanes is on level 2; ticketing & baggage claim areas were upgraded; new shops & restaurants were added in both pre- & post-security areas; and abundant natural lighting, as well as electrical outlets in seats at boarding area installed.
The ground level is divided between ticketing & baggage claim,and houses Southwest Ticketing counters & Southwest baggage service, ATMs, smart carte, food & rink outlets & vending machines. In the center is access to the parking garage via tunnel, and a meeting point to the right of it. Outside of T1's ground level are the following transportation zones: 1 for prearranged services, 2 for hotel/motel shuttles, 3 for Park & Ride, 4 for limos, 5 for rental cars.
The Concourse level with security checkpoint, houses ATMs, shoeshine, a cafe, restaurants & Starbucks, and access to gates A1-A9. AirTran/Southwest use gates A5-A8.
Terminal 2 of RDU Airport with Concouses C & D (or North & South Concourses) is presentlly served by Air Canada, American, Delta, JetBlue, United & US Airways. 2 was completely overhauled and expanded. It has a baggage and a ticketing level, with access to C & D gates.
The baggage claim level has outside access to all modes of transportation, inside baggage carousels 1 - 5, airline baggage services, special events desk, Smarte Cartes and more.
The ticketing level is divided by the escalators: to the left are ticketing A/B for Air Canada, US Airways, United; to the right are ticketing C/D (Delta) and ticketing E/F for American, JetBlue & Charter Express. Food & Retail outlets are mainly in the Ticketing & Concourse level a post-security.
The security check-point leads to C & D gates - gates C1-C25 to the right, and gates D1-D20 to the left.
Concourse C with gates C1-25 is used by American, Delta, & JetBlue. The Delta Sky Club is near gate C12
Concourse D with gates D1-13 is used by Air Canada, United & US Airways. The American Admirals Club is across from gate C3, and the US Airways Club is across from gate D1
Amenities & services in T2 include ATM machines & currency exchange, optional WiFi access (45 mins free; or 24-hr premium paid connection, or Boingo monthly plan); a convention desk, shoeshine, a USO of NC Center, an attractive meet-an-greet area with Starbucks table seating, three international gates and a new and much larger processing area, which no longer requires rechecking bags or entering the concourse. T2 also offers XPresSpa, and an easy-to-read new plasma display. A set of universal kiosks support check-in with multiple airlines, in addition to airline-specific kiosks. T2's departure area has a good variety of shops & restaurants; The Redbox near gate C7 lets you rent a movie for $1/day. Select seats are equipped with power outlets, and boarding areas have seating clusters with 110 volt and USB power outlets under the tabletop surfaces.
Exit terminal past security, take one of two pathways to parking garage, cross parking garage, follow signs for Terminal 2, cross one of two pathways to Terminal 2, enter Terminal 2, go through security again
Walk Time: 11 min
Exit terminal past security, take middle pathways to street, follow signs for shuttle, take shuttle to Terminal 2, enter Terminal 2 from street
Shuttle Time: 7 to 17 min
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