Raleigh-Durham Airport to Build Rental Car Facility

Photo: Ildar Sagdejev/Wikimedia 
Photo: Ildar Sagdejev/Wikimedia

Raleigh-Durham International Airport has announced it will begin work on a $2.7 billion aviation infrastructure and amenities project after receiving approval from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Called the Vision 2040 Master Plan, the project includes airfield, terminal, landside and support facilities, including a consolidated rental car facility.

“Vision 2040 is our bold vision for the future of Raleigh-Durham International Airport,” said Michael Landguth, Airport Authority President and CEO. “We will invest billions in aviation infrastructure, creating jobs and connecting the Triangle to the globe. We will also enhance the traveler experience with new technology, amenities and strengthened security. The future is now at RDU.”

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