LINTHICUM, Md. (WJZ) — Passenger traffic at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport was up again over the weekend, with Sunday’s volume reaching the highest level in a month and a half, the airport said Monday.
In total, 12,532 people passed through security checkpoints on Sunday, the highest single-day total since July 2. The four-day passenger total from Thursday through Sunday of more than 48,000 is the highest since mid-March, the airport tweeted.READ MORE: 'Game-Changing' Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Covid-19 Vaccine Meets Requirements For Emergency Use Authorization, FDA Says
Thanks to those who traveled with us this weekend!
The 12,532 screenings performed at our security checkpoints yesterday (8/16) is the highest single-day tally since July 2. The 4-day total of more than 48,000 screenings is the highest since mid-March. #Open4BizMD pic.twitter.com/cfoiseFWb9READ MORE: Baltimore City Schools To Offer Weekly COVID-19 Testing For Students, Staff
— BWI Marshall Airport (@BWI_Airport) August 17, 2020
Travelers will see around half the airport’s restaurants and shops open. Long-term parking lots remain closed.MORE NEWS: James Dale Reed Found Guilty Of Voter Intimidation After Leaving Letter Threatening President Biden, VP Harris In Maryland Mailbox