Your Guide to Airlines Serving Reagan National Airport
Reagan National Airport (DCA), located just minutes from Washington D.C., is a hub for many major airlines. With over 300 daily flights and nonstop service to 85 destinations, Reagan National Airport is a popular choice for travelers.
American Airlines is the largest carrier at Reagan National Airport, offering over 200 daily flights to destinations across the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. American Airlines operates out of Terminal B/C.
Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines offers over 30 daily flights from Reagan National Airport to destinations across the United States. Delta Air Lines operates out of Terminal A.
Southwest Airlines offers over 20 daily flights from Reagan National Airport to destinations across the United States. Southwest Airlines operates out of Terminal B/C.
United Airlines offers over 20 daily flights from Reagan National Airport to destinations across the United States. United Airlines operates out of Terminal A.
Note that the above information can change at any time. See a complete list of airlines served, including terminal locations below:
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- Be sure to know how long you will need to wait at the security checkpoint closest to your gate.
- If you have some time before your flight's departure, be sure to grab a bite, peruse the shops, or jump on the free wifi and get caught up on those emails.
- Are you a frequent flyer or traveling in business or first class? Then check out where the DCA airline lounges are located.
- If your flight is arriving from another city and you need a quick way to get to your destination, give a call to one of these taxi or limo service providers.
- Lose something while in the terminal area? Find the contact info you need for lost & found here.