Virginia Man Arrested After Caught With Stolen Loaded Handgun At BWI AirportA Virginia man was caught at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport with a stolen loaded .45 caliber handgun on Monday, TSA officers say. 
BWI Airport Installs New Personal Protective Equipment Vending Machine For TravelersIf you're traveling anytime soon and forget your mask or hand sanitizer, don't worry.
Police Arrest Prince George's County Man With Loaded Handgun At BWI Airport CheckpointPolice arrested a Prince George's County man at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Thursday after Transportation Security Administration officers found him with a loaded handgun at a checkpoint.
Southwest Adds Flights At BWI, More Retail OpeningTravelers can now go from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to Pensacola, Florida.
BWI Expects Growing Passenger Traffic Ahead Of July 4th WeekendAhead of the July 4th Weekend, officials at BWI Airport say they have seen an increase of travelers. 
BWI Airport To Receive $10M In Federal Funds For UpgradesBWI Airport will receive federal funding toward upgrades.
Spirit Airlines To Resume More Routes At BWI, Add Extra Daily FlightsAs travelers return to the airport with more coronavirus restrictions lifted, Spirit Airlines announced it will resume a number of its non-stop flights at BWI.
BayRunner Shuttle To Reopen Operations June 1BayRunner Shuttle, a locally owned and operated airport shuttle, announced this week it will reopen operations on the Eastern Shore beginning on June 1.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Only Ticketed Passengers Allowed At BWI, Avoid Public TransitMaryland Gov. Hogan now said Thursday that no one should be going on any public transportation unless they meet certain guidelines.
Coronavirus Latest: BWI Airport Makes Parking ChangesBWI is making major changes to its parking services with fewer people traveling due to the coronavirus pandemic. 
Coronavirus Forces Maryland Travelers To Make Last-Minute Trip ChangesAs officials in Maryland and across the globe try to contain the coronavirus, travelers are being forced to either change their plans at the last minute or continue on with their trips despite the virus's spread.