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Baltimore Washington BWI Airport Overview

Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport BWI can serve the tri-State area of Washington D.C., Delaware & Maryland. It is one of the top ten easiest U.S. Airports to get to, with a light rail station right in the terminal. The name Thurgood Marshall was added to the airport name in honor of its native son, the late Supreme Court Judge Thurgood Marshall.

Located about 10 miles outside of the city of Baltimore in Maryland, BWI Airport is surrounded by highways I-695, 295, 100, I-97, and I-195 (directly into the terminal).  Situated between the cities of Baltimore and Washington, D.C., it serves both metropolitan areas.

With four runways and 22 million passengers serviced, Baltimore/Washington International is a hub for AirTran Airways and is served by a host of airlines offering flights throughout the U.S., the Caribbean islands, Canada, and London, U.K., with connections to all points of the globe. 

NOTE:  While new automated ticketing kiosks throughout the terminal serve both Southwest & AirTran passengers - due to their merger  AirTran is now at Concourse B, using baggage claim carousel 6 on lower level.   Also a curbside check-in was added along the terminal roadway at Concourse B.

The passenger terminal at BWI Airport has Concourses A through E (A & B Concourses are connected).

Present and future Airport developments:  In July 2013 it was announced that a $125 million, 3-year plan is to further improve the Airport in multiple phases involving the following work - with a preliminary schedule for completion in Fall 2016.:
1. Construction of a new secure connector between D & E Concourses;
2. creation of a new security checkpoint serving both domestic & international passengers;
3. configure airline gates in order to support more inernational flights.

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