Raleigh-Durham International Airport kicked off a rebranding effort, called OneRDU, Thursday in response to major passenger and employee growth.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport kicked off a rebranding effort, called OneRDU, Thursday in response to major passenger and employee growth. Jim R. Bounds AP
Raleigh-Durham International Airport kicked off a rebranding effort, called OneRDU, Thursday in response to major passenger and employee growth. Jim R. Bounds AP

RDU to rebrand following passenger, employee growth

June 19, 2017 09:55 AM

UPDATED June 19, 2017 03:51 PM

More Videos

Duke engineers create artificial heart muscle for heart attack victims 0:57

Duke engineers create artificial heart muscle for heart attack victims

CEOs describe health care partnership as a 'marriage' 1:08

CEOs describe health care partnership as a 'marriage'

NC mega health care partnership by the numbers 1:52

NC mega health care partnership by the numbers

Infosys bringing 2000 jobs to RTP, NC 3:02

Infosys bringing 2000 jobs to RTP, NC

This high-tech toilet might save lives on the battlefield 1:08

This high-tech toilet might save lives on the battlefield

Off-grid toilet may save military lives 4:12

Off-grid toilet may save military lives

Western NC gets an early jump on the season as heavy snowfall coats the mountains 2:47

Western NC gets an early jump on the season as heavy snowfall coats the mountains

Son brings dad to tears with Duke-UNC basketball tickets 1:08

Son brings dad to tears with Duke-UNC basketball tickets

Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson on Safety and Efficacy of the MMR Vaccine 0:59

Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson on Safety and Efficacy of the MMR Vaccine

MMR vaccine is safe, effective American Academy of Pediatrics says 0:59

MMR vaccine is safe, effective American Academy of Pediatrics says

  • Duke engineers create artificial heart muscle for heart attack victims

    Biomedical engineers at Duke have created a fully functioning artificial human heart muscle large enough to patch over damage typically seen in patients who have suffered a heart attack. The advance takes a major step toward the end goal of repairing dead heart muscle in human patients.