A software system airlines use to measure weight and balance planes went offline Monday morning, causing delays on airlines including Southwest, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
A winter storm watch is in effect across Central Maryland, warning of chances for 3 to 6 inches of wet, heavy snow and as much as a quarter of an inch of ice through Wednesday. The National Weather Service said there is potential for "significant snowfall" and then sleet and ice.
Howard County has filed a petition against the Federal Aviation Administration in federal court, opposing the agency’s approval of a plan to expand BWI Marshall Airport over neighbors’ noise concerns, the county announced Wednesday.
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport’s security Checkpoint A has reopened Tuesday, after closing due to “excessive call-outs” by TSA agents who have not been paid in weeks because of the federal government shutdown, an airport spokesman said.
Baltimore-area businesses weathered failed deals, layoffs, closings and restructuring in 2018. But some started new chapters by expanding or merging, and new development sprouted all over and one new industry spread like a weed.
An “unknown substance” found in a restroom of a Southwest Airlines plane at BWI Marshall Airport Monday night prompted the BWI Airport Fire & Rescue Department to meet the aircraft when it landed, the airline said Tuesday.
Southwest Airlines announced Thursday that it plans to build its first maintenance hangar in the Northeast at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, a move that further cements its ties to the airport and signals more growth for the airline in the region.
BWI Marshall Airport fell two spots in the 2018 J.D. Power passenger satisfaction rankings of large airports, to No. 13, but tied Reagan National and beat Dulles International airports, its two competitors in the region.
Southwest Flight 1805 made an emergency landing at BWI Marshall Airport on Tuesday night because of an "issue" with the wing flaps. No injuries were reported, but the plane touched down 50 minutes after its scheduled arrival time and will now be taken out of service and inspected.
A Westminster man managed to walk through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at BWI Marshall Airport with a knife in his waistband and no boarding pass on the night before the Fourth of July, authorities confirmed Thursday.
Gov. Larry Hogan, Franchot and Treasurer Nancy Kopp, who make up the board, all voiced concerns about low-flying Southwest Airlines planes in new Federal Aviation Administration flight patterns that have irritated Marylanders who live beneath the paths of the planes.
With a 70 percent chance of precipitation, the Baltimore area could see showers and thunderstorms, flash flooding and damaging wind gusts Tuesday afternoon and evening, according to the weather service.
Amtrak joins airports, hospitals, stadiums and other businesses around the country that have improved accommodations for women who say they want to do what is best for the health of their babies, but get discouraged by the lack of support for breastfeeding.
Wind gusts over 60 mph ripped through the Baltimore region Friday, closing highway access in many areas due to accidents, high wind and felled trees, and causing more than a quarter million power outages. One Baltimore County woman was struck and killed by a falling tree.
A Southwest Airlines plane was taxiing before takeoff at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Wednesday morning, when the Boeing 737 skidded while turning and came to rest with the front end of the plane hanging over the grass, according to a passenger aboard.