RALEIGH–DURHAM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (RDU)

More than half of the US population lives within a day's drive or an hour's flight of Durham.

More than half of the US population lives within a day's drive or an hour's flight of Durham. Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU), an east coast hub, ranks as one of the nation's fastest-growing airports and serves Durham and the rest of the Triangle region of North Carolina. RDU is located at the edge of Wake County, midway between the cities of Durham and Raleigh, which co-own the airport along with the counties of Durham and Wake.

"Raleigh-Durham" isn’t an actual place — both Raleigh and Durham are two distinct and separate metropolitan areas. the name of the airport that serves two distinct metropolitan statistical areas — one centered around Durham, NC, and another called Raleigh-Cary. The airport is co-owned by the cities of Durham and Raleigh, along with Durham and Wake Counties. RDU is located at the western edge of Wake County, midway between the cities of Durham and Raleigh.

Additionally, there are many transportation options for traveling to Durham and getting around after arrival. Interstates 85 and 40, plus US Highways 70 and 15-501, connect Durham to the rest of the country.


Raleigh-Durham International Airport

Since 1939, the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority has played a central role in the growth of the Research Triangle Region. Situated 14 miles from downtown Durham, RDU has a plethora of offerings. Visit their site for specific information that pertains to your trip.

An East Coast Hub