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Raleigh-Durham International Airport officials have an idea that has the potential to become a B-52 bombersized revenue blast for the RDU Airport Authority.
By gaining control of its wireless infrastructure, mainly wireless computer connections and cell phone calls, RDU could generate as much as $10 million in annual sales and lease revenue within five years of the program starting, says Dave Ziembicki, president of the Philadelphia-based consulting firm Airport Infrastructure Management.
The cash would he a significant infusion into RDU's $50 million annual budget. Major revenue generators are parking, $17.5 million; rental car contracts, $11.5 million; and …