RDU offers taste of what's to come

Aug. 25--The concrete has been poured, the steel beams are up, and the Douglas fir trusses have been raised. At Raleigh-Durham International Airport's Terminal C, under construction since May 2006, visitors on Friday got a glimpse of what part...


"We will knock out some walls, add some additional space. We're at the project planning stage," Hamlin said.

Discount carriers, including Southwest Airlines, AirTran Airlines, JetBlue Airways and ExpressJet Airlines will remain at Terminal A.

Terminal C will eventually house American Airlines, Air Canada and all other airlines at the airport.

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