Two runways reopened at Dulles Airport

UPDATE 12/17/16 10:23 a.m.: Two runways have reopened at Dulles International Airport Saturday morning following the closure of all runways due to icy conditions.

WASHINGTON — Officials of Dulles International Airport announced Saturday morning that all runways are closed due to icy conditions.

They said that no flights are operating as of 7:42 a.m.

More information on Dulles flights can be found here.

There were also delays and cancellations at BWI Marshall Airport. Airport officials asked travelers to check their airlines for updated flight status information.

In addition, they asked travelers to allow extra time for security screening due to possible long lines. TSA recommended passengers arrive two hours prior to departures.

More information on BWI Marshall airport flights can be found here.

Reagan National Airport officials say they are “open and operating normally.” They advise travelers to take caution when driving to the airport.

More information on Reagan National Airport can be found here.

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