Whether they\’re going to grandma\’s or a good friend\’s, millions of Americans are headed to the airports this week during what is traditionally the busiest travel time of the year.
With nearly two full months remaining in the year, the Transportation Security Administration has already snagged a record number of guns at security checkpoints.
The region\’s largest international gateway on Thursday will begin
screening selected arriving passengers for signs of the Ebola virus.
Dulles International and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will be among the 22 airports where travelers will see signs warning of MERS.
Even though the worst snowstorm in years has passed through the region, the rash of flight cancellations caused by bad weather nationwide is going to have a ripple effect for days.
The flights will go to four or JetBlue\’s five nonstop locations: Boston; Fort Lauderdale; Orlando; and Tampa.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority announced initial plans to expand restaurant and retail offerings at Reagan National and Dulles International airports.
Sometimes love isn\’t in the air. It\’s on the ground, just a few steps from the gate.
Los Angeles International Airport has launched a program called Pets Unstressing
Keeping coats and shoes on the body and leaving
the laptop in the briefcase are just a few of the
benefits that some air travelers will experience
You may not realize it, but Transportation
Administration workers are testing beverages
travelers buy after they\’ve been screened at
Two D.C. area airports are ranked among the
worst airports in the
country because long, or frequent flight delays.
Yoga, spas and a marked walking course. These are not just features of a trendy gym. They are now healthy perks for the connecting passenger.