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  • RDU airport seeks to minimize disruptions from parking deck repairs

    Michael Landguth, Raleigh-Durham International Airport's president and CEO, talks about maintenance and repair work that will begin in the airport's main parking structure Monday. The project is expected to run through the end of the year and could impact travelers. But the airport is putting several programs in place, including a free parking concierge program, to minimize disruptions.

RDU airport seeks to minimize disruptions from parking deck repairs

Michael Landguth, Raleigh-Durham International Airport's president and CEO, talks about maintenance and repair work that will begin in the airport's main parking structure Monday. The project is expected to run through the end of the year and could impact travelers. But the airport is putting several programs in place, including a free parking concierge program, to minimize disruptions.
Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com