Spirit Airlines To Offer Nonstop Flight From BWI Airport To Miami InternationalSpirit Airlines announced a new nonstop flight from BWI Airport to Miami International. 
BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Welcomes 45 Veterans On Honor Flight Nevada ThursdayBWI Thurgood Marshall Airport welcomed 45 veterans from Honor Flight Nevada Thursday evening. 
BWI Airport Hosting Virtual Business And Networking Fair ThursdayThe fair helps small, local and minority businesses by providing information and procurement opportunities with the airport and the State of Maryland. 
BWI Airport Welcomes First Honor Flight In Over A Year, More Than 30 Veterans On BoardBWI Thurgood Marshall Airport welcomed the first Honor Flight in over a year on Wednesday. 
Spirit Airlines Cancels Thousands Of Flights For Fourth Day In A RowSpirit Airlines passengers faced another day of cancellations Wednesday.
Frontier Airlines To Offer Nonstop Service From Baltimore To AtlantaFrontier Airlines announced they will be adding nonstop service from BWI Airport to Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta. 
BWI Airport Hires Additional Staff To Assist With Summer Travel SpikeThousands of Americans are heading to the airport to jet out of town.
5 Guns Found AT BWI Airport Security Checkpoints In JuneBWI Thurgood Marshall Airport announced that five guns were found at security checkpoints throughout the month of June bringing the total to 12 for the year. 
Customs Officers Seize $7K In Counterfeit Bills At BWI AirportU.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport seized $7,000 in counterfeit $100 bills from a traveler who arrived on June 16 from Montego Bay, Jamaica, according to a CBP statement Wednesday.
Gov. Hogan Visits Amazon Air Facility At BWI AirportAhead of Amazon Prime Day, Governor Hogan toured the Amazon Air Facility in BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. 
More Than 700K Marylanders Expected To Return Home After Memorial Day WeekendThis Memorial Day weekend broke travel records that the U.S. hasn't seen since the start of the pandemic. More than 700,000 Marylanders are expected to return after heading out of town for the holiday.