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BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport

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  • BWI Business Partnership sponsors transportation forum

    Mark Montgomery, president and CEO of Ports America Chesapeake, will be the guest speaker at the BWI Business Partnership's May signature breakfast and annual transportation forum, Wednesday, May 15, from 7:45 to 9:15 a.m. at the BWI Airport Marriott,...
  • More chances for rain, highs in 60s forecast Tuesday

    More chances for rain, highs in 60s forecast Tuesday
    Another wet, gloomy day is in the forecast in the Baltimore area Tuesday, with chances for rain and highs in the mid-60s expected, according to the National Weather Service. A coastal flood advisory is in effect for the western shore of the Chesapeake...
  • First phase of $100 million BWI upgrade opens to passengers

    First phase of $100 million BWI upgrade opens to passengers
    The future of BWI Marshall Airport can be seen in the new sweeping terminal roofline that hints of something big, the panorama of glass that gives street-side passengers a view of arriving jets and a cavernous security checkpoint with nine stations and...
  • Spring 2013 off to dry start in Baltimore

    Spring 2013 off to dry start in Baltimore
    Despite damp weather to end the month, April 2013 was drier than normal, continuing a trend of below-average precipitation that has persisted since Hurricane Sandy's deluge last October. Through the end of the month, 10.4 inches of rain have fallen at...
  • Md. airport towers appear safe from federal cuts

    Md. airport towers appear safe from federal cuts
    Five air traffic control towers in Maryland that had been scheduled to shut down in June as a result of federal budget cuts are now expected to remain open, lawmakers said Wednesday — easing fears that the closures could back up flights at BWI...
  • Southwest fined for late, incomplete action on consumer complaints

    Southwest fined for late, incomplete action on consumer complaints
    Southwest Airlines was fined $150,000 Wednesday for failing to respond to consumer complaints in a timely fashion, the Department of Transportation announced. Federal enforcement officers found that the Dallas-based airline did not answer "a large...
  • Maryland's pothole detectives are good at finding faults

    Maryland's pothole detectives are good at finding faults
    Most weekday mornings, late spring through late summer, Terry Weller and George Foster climb into a bright yellow truck and fire up lasers, high-definition cameras and a bank of digital recorders before hitting the road. Weller and Foster are two of the...
  • March 2013 among coldest for U.S., but 10th warmest across the globe

    March 2013 among coldest for U.S., but 10th warmest across the globe
    March 2013 brought a chill to Maryland and much of the eastern U.S., but the global average temperature for the month was meanwhile 10th warmest on record, according to U.S. climate researchers. Around here, March temperatures were about 3 degrees below...
  • Howard, Anne Arundel officials lobby for regional bus system

    Howard, Anne Arundel officials lobby for regional bus system
    When Howard County's transportation chief looks at a flow chart of mass transit service in the suburbs south of Baltimore, he sees a tangle of "spaghetti mesh" that ill serves the region's workers, senior citizens and handicapped. John Powell Jr. hopes...
  • Joe Flacco serves customers at local Dairy Queen, presents $25,000 check to memorial fund

    Joe Flacco serves customers at local Dairy Queen, presents $25,000 check to memorial fund
    Craning his neck sideways, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco smiled as he avoided bumping his head on a large menu behind the register at the Dairy Queen in Rosedale. Instead of delivering touchdown passes, the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player handed out...
  • Ahead of London, hopeful marathoners and a watchful government

    Ahead of London, hopeful marathoners and a watchful government
    BALTIMORE -- A tuba and banjo duo dressed in saddle shoes, khakis and button-down shirts plays polkas and foxtrots by a set of escalators at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport on Friday morning. A nearby shoeshine man takes a break from his...
  • Tornado confirmed in Prince George's County after Friday storms

    A tornado touched down in the Largo area of Prince George's County during storms that passed through the region Friday, the National Weather Service confirmed Monday. Meteorologists had previously confirmed another tornado in Northern Virginia. The...