GREENSBORO, N.C. — For now, air travelers to a central North Carolina city will be landing at Piedmont Triad International Airport.

The News & Record of Greensboro reports the airport’s board voted unanimously on Tuesday to hire a marketing firm that will begin the process of “rebranding” the airport and find ways to invite public comment during the process.

In the meantime, the public can submit ideas to the website through its online contact form.

The authority said that its vote in December to change the name of the airport to Central North Carolina International Airport was the beginning of a rebranding process and that there’s room for the public to make its voice heard. The new name was met with protest, including a petition on

Information from: News & Record,

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