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: 2nd Gentleman Doug Emhoff Talks To Annapolis Small Business Owners About How Federal Aid Helped Them Survive Pandemic
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: Child Tax Credit: When Will Parents Get Their First Monthly Check?
— 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: Gov. Hogan Signs Bill To Allow Cocktails-To-Go, Alcohol Delivery Through June 2023