More than 100 volunteer actors will participate in a simulated aircraft accident at Dulles International Airport outside Washington.
The shutdown of Maryland’s five regional airports due to the federal budget crisis has been delayed.
Just one year ago, Frederick Municipal Airport debuted a new, $5 million air traffic control tower paid for by the federal stimulus legislation.
Controversial changes coming to the airport in just about a month. Additions to what passengers can bring on the plane now include knives, blades and sports equipment.
Among the many areas impacted if the automatic spending cuts take effect–Maryland’s airports. We could see widespread delays at BWI, and smaller airports shut down completely.
A federal audit of the authority that runs metropolitan Washington’s two major airports has revealed more problems, including overreliance on no-bid contracts and executives accepting expensive gifts from contractors.
Looming budget cuts to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) could drastically impact airline travel in our region. Lawmakers have the power to lessen the blow but they are running out of time.
Top federal and state officials who oversee the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority say the agency must implement reforms immediately.
A new study shows that driving to each of the airports in the Washington region takes longer than it did eight years ago.
A Government Accountability Report concluded that the Homeland Security Department has completed about half the recommendations made by federal auditors since the department was organized in 2003.
Two of the three major airports in the Baltimore-Washington area are virtually shut down as Hurricane Irene approaches.
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is once again coming out on top when it comes to airport service. This time it has to do with how fast you can make it through security.