A winter storm moving across the eastern half of the country dropped 5 inches of snow across Maryland, closing schools and disrupting travel in the middle of the work week. But warmer weather is in the forecast.
GrandView Aviation, the largest helicopter operator in the Baltimore region, will add a fleet of jets and open an office at Reagan National Airport, making it the only charter operator at the airport, the company said Monday.
Simon Hatcher, of West Towson, set off on a weeklong dream vacation with his family last Thursday, Sept. 22. With the help of the Casey Cares Foundation and American Airlines' Something mAAgic Foundation, Simon, 8, was selected for an all-expenses paid family trip to the Give the Kids the World Resort and Florida theme parks.
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport says a computer outage is limiting flight arrivals and departures there as well as Washington's Reagan National Airport and Dulles International Airport.
Serial entrepreneur Skúli Mogensen launched WOW Air three years ago with an eye on entering the emerging market for ultra-low-cost flights between the U.S. and Europe — with his native Iceland as a well-positioned connection in between.
The head of Southwest Airlines told a packed room of local business leaders on Friday that BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport will be a "focal point" for the airline's continued expansion into international markets.
Fliers arriving to the Baltimore region this holiday season may notice smoother descents into BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, while residents in Towson and other area suburbs might hear a bit less noise overhead.
Continuing to expand its service out of Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, Spirit Airlines announced Friday that it will begin offering one flight a day to and from Houston next March.
In the last couple months, BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport has been on something of an international hot streak, with officials cheerily announcing new routes abroad just as they prepare to begin a $125 million expansion of the airport's international wing.
Airline passengers may no longer have to power off and stow their portable electronics when they fly, the Federal Aviation Administration said Thursday, clearing airlines to lift most restrictions on how and when customers can use phones, tablets and e-readers.