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  • NTSB: Five wrong-airport landings since 2012

    WASHINGTON – Five civil and military flights in the United States have landed at the wrong airport since 2012, a National Transportation Safety Board report says. A Southwest Airlines plane from Chicago’s Midway Airport heading…

  • AP investigation details DC-area airport perimeter breaches

    By MATTHEW BARAKAT Associated Press McLEAN, Va. (AP) — Over the last decade, homeless men, a job seeker, even a skateboarder and a stranded boater have gotten past perimeter security at the D.C. region’s three…

  • Loose change adds up at airports

    WASHINGTON — Airline passengers are getting nickel and dimed — at the security checkpoint. In the process of emptying their pockets, travelers have left behind quite a chunk of change. During fiscal year 2014, the…

  • Weather causing delays at area airports

    WASHINGTON — Got a plane to catch Tuesday? It could get ugly. Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport told WTOP earlier Monday that crews are trying to keep the runways clear, but there will likely be…

  • Cancellations, delays continue at DC, Baltimore airports

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Dozens of flights were canceled and delayed at the three major airports in the Washington-Baltimore region as the Northeast recovers from a powerful winter storm. The flight tracking service FlightAware shows that…

  • Some flights canceled at Dulles and Reagan National

    WASHINGTON — The region’s airports are keeping a close eye on the morning’s freezing rain, and Dulles International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National have announced some flight cancellations for Monday morning. The flight delays…

  • Thanksgiving travel tips for airports

    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.

  • More people than ever are ‘packing’ at the airport

    With nearly two full months remaining in the year, the Transportation Security Administration has already snagged a record number of guns at security checkpoints.

  • Dulles begins Ebola screening

    The region\’s largest international gateway on Thursday will begin
    screening selected arriving passengers for signs of the Ebola virus.

  • Airports to carry MERS warnings

    Dulles International and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will be among the 22 airports where travelers will see signs warning of MERS.

  • Flight cancellations will affect area for days

    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.

  • JetBlue offers $55 flights out of Reagan National

    The flights will go to four or JetBlue\’s five nonstop locations: Boston; Fort Lauderdale; Orlando; and Tampa.

  • A new flight of food, retail options coming to Reagan National, Dulles International

    The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority announced initial plans to expand restaurant and retail offerings at Reagan National and Dulles International airports.

  • Dulles among top airports … for a date

    Sometimes love isn\’t in the air. It\’s on the ground, just a few steps from the gate.

  • Airport pups help nervous fliers relax

    Los Angeles International Airport has launched a program called Pets Unstressing
    Passengers.