A complete list of airlines serving the Raleigh-Durham International Airport can be found HERE.
The Raleigh-Durham International Airport website can be found HERE.
The technical attendees at the symposium are encouraged to wear at a minimum business casual (long pants, knee length skirts, long or short sleeved shirts/blouses. Presenters, session chairs and other participants involved in the symposium program are recommended to come in business formal ware: business suit and tie or business dress.
The recommended clothing for the reception is business casual.
The recommended clothing for the Gala is casual.
The electrical power in the US is 120 VAC/60 Hz. The wall sockets are Edison 3 pins (hot, return and ground), which will also accept two pin spade plug (Hot, return and no safety ground).
Any one from outside North America should plan to bring adapters/converters to use their equipment on US power.
- Destination information for companies serving the airport
- Maps and directions to transportation pick-up/drop-off areas
- Hotel shuttle information
- Brochures and printed materials for companies serving the airport
- Arrangements for large groups
Contact RDU Guest Services at (919) 840-2123.
Ground transportation information is subject to change at any time. Listed commercial carriers are registered to do business at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. The airport does not endorse any commercial company, nor does it guarantee price, availability, or service related to any commercial company.
More details on ground transportation can be found HERE.
Most personal services, rental cars, hotels rooms, entertainment and attractions are subject to sales tax. The North Carolina state sales tax and city tax burden is 6.75%.
Most personal service such as full service restaurants, haircuts, beauty solons, taxies, room service, etc. all are expecting a tip to be added to the cost of the service provided. The US Internal Revenue Service requires 15% to of every sale/service a person makes in the service business to be added to their reporting of wages. Therefore the minimum tip should be 15%. Going lower that 15% has double the impact of your dissatisfaction of service. In the US good service is rewarded with a 20% tip. Tips can be added to most bills and paid for by credit card when you settle your bill.
There are no vaccination requirements for international travelers to the U.S..
For your own personal health precautions you may want to follow the guidance of the World Health Organization that recommends all travelers regardless of their destination should be covered for diphtheria, tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B and polio,.
Since most vaccines don’t produce immunity until at least two weeks after their are given, please visit a physician for the vaccinations at least six weeks before departure for international travel.
VISA / PASSPORTS
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