WASHINGTON (AP) —  Travelers now have free wireless Internet access at Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority announced Monday that it would begin offering free Internet access at both airports in response to customer comments. There will still be an option to select a paid wireless provider for access.

Previously, an access fee was charged to anyone who didn’t have a subscription with a major wireless carrier.

The airports have offered Wi-Fi access since 2007.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (4)
  1. Mike Kane says:

    and BWI–??? what is the story there?

  2. Mike says:

    Its Maryland. O’Malley cant envision anything that isn’t taxed or a fee(another tax by the way). It already costs me $9 to visit my parents in Cecil count. I haven’t even left the state, just 3 counties away. Taxyland our new State Name.

    1. AT says:

      Lol, sad but so true…Democrats are ruining Maryland.

  3. AT says:

    “Two D.C. airports…” Aren’t there only two major airports in the DC area? Come on, use a better headline…

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