LINTHICUM, Md. (WJZ) — Passenger traffic is up at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, reaching the highest level in more than a month, an airport spokesperson said Friday.
Passenger traffic on Thursday was the highest it’s been since July 2, the airport said. Friday’s traffic was expected to be similar to Thursday’s.
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In addition, nearly half of the airport’s restaurants and stores have reopened with limited hours.
Restaurants and retail shops continue to reopen at BWI Marshall Airport. Local favorite @Obryckis is among those recently reopening. See what's open for your next travel at https://t.co/ZA7LU9I7ir #Open4BizMD #Maryland #travel #food pic.twitter.com/S6fIwKKWCB
— BWI Marshall Airport (@BWI_Airport) August 12, 2020
Long term and express parking lots remain closed, though the daily garage is open at a reduced rate.