LINTHICUM, Md. (AP) — Two major commercial runways at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport are scheduled to reopen.

BWI spokesman Jonathan Dean says the busy runways are reopening Monday morning. The runways were closed on Friday for repaving work. A shorter, little-used runway was used for commercial operations in the meantime.

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Dean says there were “intermittent” flight delays over the weekend due to the work.

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The Baltimore Sun reports runway closings were the first of its kind in more than two decades.

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