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Business & Economy
12:03 pm
Sat March 22, 2014

Top 6 Listener Ideas For RDU's Undeveloped Land

RDU Airport is looking for suggestions to develop acres of unused land on airport property.
Credit Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority

 Updated Monday 3/24 12:15 p.m.

The Raleigh Durham Airport Authority is looking for ways to put more than 2,000 acres of undeveloped land to good -- and profitable -- use.  Authority members heard a presentation Friday morning from representatives of the Urban Land Institute.  Here's what was proposed:

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Business & Economy
9:00 am
Tue January 1, 2013

NC Airports Rake in Over $20 Billion for NC Economy

The Christmas and New Year holiday travel season means big business for the nation’s airports.  A report by N-C State and the Institute for Transportation Research and Education shows just how big aviation is in this state. 

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Business & Economy
5:00 am
Wed November 14, 2012

RDU Offers Traveler Rewards Program

Passengers who travel through Raleigh-Durham Airport will have a chance to earn rewards for their business.

Things will get really busy very soon at RDU Airport.

Michael Landguth: "Friday actually kicks off the busiest travel period of the year for RDU so we want to introduce a new program."

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Business & Economy
6:10 pm
Wed August 15, 2012

Gov. Perdue Takes Inaugural Non-stop San Francisco Flight From RDU

A brand new business-friendly route to the west has taken flight from North Carolina.

Announcement: Welcome to United Airlines' inaugural flight 194 with service to San Francisco.

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Science & Technology
5:00 pm
Tue August 16, 2011

RDU's Full-Body Scanners Aim to Protect Privacy

Example of the image produced by the scanners
Credit tsa.gov

Raleigh-Durham International Airport is beefing up its security with new imaging technology designed to protect passenger privacy. The Transportation Security Administration is installing five new scanners at RDU. They should be up and running in the next few days. RDU's TSA Federal Security Director Michael Zunk says previous scanners allowed security to see a detailed image of a person's body.

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