More than 1.6 million passengers traveled through Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in January, setting a record for the month with a 6 percent increase from the previous year, officials said.
It was BWI's seventh-straight monthly record for passenger traffic, and it follows a record 2015, when 23.8 million people traveled through the airport.
International passenger traffic climbed 30 percent to nearly 100,000 passengers in January from a year earlier.
The D/E Connector program, which is under construction, will add additional international travel capacity and provide new amenities, officials said.
Two airlines — Condor and WOW...