Start Now! Introducing New Flights From Washington DC to Raleigh/Durham, NC


US Air is delighted to announce new flights from Washington DC to Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina. These new flights start on November 15, 2001 and head out twice a day. We are delighted to be expanding our flight service for our customers and are confident that these new flights will be popular with travellers in the area.

We have a flight leaving Washington DC at 6:00am every day, which gives customers the opportunity to make early morning meetings or events in Raleigh/Durham. There is also a flight departing Washington DC at 11:15am each day, which is ideal for those who prefer a later start or who like to make the most of their weekends.

The return flights leave Raleigh/Durham at 2:20pm and again at 5:00pm so customers are able to get back home in time for dinner or another engagement in the evening.

A new flight has just taken off from Washington DC to Raleigh/Durham, NC. I am excited to introduce it to you. In this blog I will showcase the flight and highlight some of my favorite information about the destination.

* The Flight: A new flight from Washington DC to Raleigh/Durham, NC has been added to our list of destinations from DCA. American Airlines offers daily nonstop flights on modern, state-of-the-art aircraft in addition to the convenience of our convenient schedule.

* The Destination: Capital of the Research Triangle and home of Duke University and North Carolina State University, Raleigh is a diverse city ideal for both business and leisure travel.

* Fun Facts: Raleigh is known as the “City of Oaks” for its many oak trees, which line the streets throughout the city.

* Local Events: The Artsplosure Festival is a weekend long event that celebrates local art, live music, delicious food and more! This year’s festival will be held May 19th-21st in downtown Raleigh.

* Local Attractions: The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is free and open 365 days a year! This exciting museum features numerous exhibits including an indoor butterfly garden

We are thrilled to announce new flights from Washington-Dulles International Airport to Raleigh/Durham International Airport. Starting November 18, 2016, you will be able to fly nonstop between the two cities.

Both destinations offer unique and exciting adventures for travelers of all ages. The Washington DC area has a number of museums and current events that are always taking place. If you’re looking for more outdoor activities, hike through the mountains of North Carolina or take a day trip to the beach!

The Raleigh/Durham International Airport is located in the heart of Research Triangle Park, home to many high-tech companies and universities. It is also a short drive away from the state capital, making it easy for business travelers to get around the area.

The best way to explore a new city you’ve never been to before is by just getting out there and exploring it. With that in mind, US Airways has just launched a new flight from Washington DC (DCA) to Raleigh/Durham, NC (RDU). It’s the perfect opportunity for a weekend adventure that you can take with your family starting this summer!

Whether it’s a visit to the North Carolina Museum of Art, a tour of the Duke University campus, or even just a stroll through Pullen Park and its historic carousel, Raleigh is sure to have something for everyone in your family. US Airways also flies directly into Raleigh International Airport (RDU), so getting there is easy.

For more information and book your trip now visit usairways.com

I started my trip at Reagan National Airport in Washington, DC and on to Raleigh/Durham International Airport, North Carolina. During this time, I had a chance to explore the new Delta Airlines flights.

The Flight: The flight was perfect! It took just over an hour, and I was able to work during the flight. The plane offered free tv shows and movies (I watched an episode of “How I Met Your Mother”!).

The Airport: RDU airport is clean and welcoming. Many restaurants are available throughout the terminals, as well as shops for souvenirs or gifts. At baggage claim, I found my luggage within just a few minutes of arrival.

It was easy and simple to fly with Delta from DCA to RDU!

Washington, DC (IAD) is the capital of the United States and a great launching point for travellers to many destinations. North Carolina has a lot to offer, and we’re making it easier than ever to get there with our new service from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) to Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU). We’ll be offering two flights daily starting October 4, 2016.

The Triangle is one of the most flourishing regions in the United States, with a thriving tech scene and three top universities: Duke University in Durham, North Carolina State University in Raleigh, and UNC-Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill. The area is also a haven for sports fans. You can cheer on the Tar Heels at UNC or catch a professional basketball game with the Charlotte Hornets in nearby Charlotte. If you’re looking for some southern culture, check out one of the museums or art galleries around town.

This new route will be operated by Mesa Airlines using Bombardier CRJ-900 aircraft with 76 seats – 12 first class and 64 economy – so book today!

Air One, the leading low-cost airline between the Northeast and Florida, today announced it will begin offering new nonstop service from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) to Raleigh/Durham International Airport (RDU) effective March 9, 2010. This new route is part of Air One’s ongoing expansion at IAD and its commitment to providing travelers with convenient access to the nation’s capital.

“We are pleased to add another nonstop destination to our Washington Dulles schedule,” said Air One Vice President of Network Planning Francisco Valdes. “The addition of Raleigh/Durham is a natural fit to our IAD operation and customers in both markets now have more options when traveling between these cities.”

“This new service is great news for northern Virginia travelers who are seeking additional options when flying to North Carolina,” said Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Chris Browne. “With its affordable fares, Air One is a great addition to the airline lineup at Dulles.”


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