A Jet Blue flight landed at BWI after mechanical problems Friday evening.
Ill-planned winter holiday travel is the stuff of nightmares. Missed departure times, unending security checks, lost luggage, overbooked flights, trains or buses, weather delays, gridlock on major highways, dangerous weather-related road conditions — the list of potential problems is staggering. Weather-related issues, traffic jams and other unforeseen problems are beyond anyone’s control. Have contingency plans and try not to stress about what you can’t control. While you can’t plan for everything, there are many elements of travel that can be controlled by logical pre-trip preparation. Whether you are leaving Baltimore or visiting family and friends for the holidays, there are a number of simple tips to make holiday travel less stressful.
Officials say the Baltimore-Washington Parkway’s northbound lanes will remain closed near the Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport after a problem developed with a bridge replacement project.
Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will close one of its primary runways for 60 days for a reconstruction project.
The number of commercial passengers flying through Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in the first quarter of this year has set a record.
A parking garage at BWI airport is home to a new solar power array.
Officials in Maryland have charged a 70-year-old woman with having a gun in her carry-on luggage at Baltimore Washington International-Thurgood Marshall Airport.
BWI Marshall Airport tops itself with an all-time record high in annual passenger traffic.
The next time you fly out of BWI Marshall Airport, expect to see some big changes. The airport is undergoing a multi-million dollar facelift.
Anne Arundel County police have arrested a man they say carjacked a Virginia couple at gunpoint and forced them to drive to their hotel for money.
This snowfall could be our biggest winter weather event so far this season. The snow is causing problems all over Maryland.