Raleigh-Durham International Airport will hold two public meetings this week to present updates on a master planning process that will guide development at the airport for the next 25 years.
The 18-month planning process, called Vision2040, began last summer and is expected to be completed late this year.
So far, the Airport Authority and its consultant, Ricondo and Associates, have estimated the airport’s ability to meet future demand for passengers and aircraft using existing facilities. The next step will be to develop alternative ways to meet future demand, which could include improvements to the airfield, passenger terminals, parking and rental car areas and other support facilities.
RDU and Ricondo staff will hold the meetings on Wednesday at Doris Duke Center at Duke Gardens in Durham and on Thursday at the Center for Community Leadership at the Junior League of Raleigh on Hillsborough Street. Both meetings start at 6 p.m.
For more information, go to vision2040.rdu.com/