Southwest Airlines sets four career fairs this week, 1...

BWI DIGEST

January 07, 2002

Southwest Airlines sets four career fairs this week, 1 tomorrow

Southwest Airlines has scheduled several career fairs this week, beginning tomorrow.

Sessions will be held for the positions of customer service agent, ramp agent, provisioning agent and operations agent.

Tomorrow's fair will start at 7:30 a.m. Others are scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. Thursday and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.

All fairs will be held at Southwest Airlines offices on Air Cargo Drive, Building F, Suite 2900, off Route 170 (Aviation Boulevard) in Linthicum.

Southwest Airlines accepts resumes by fax, 214-792-7015, or by mail. Applicants may also submit resumes electronically at www. southwest.com.

Airlines have resumed curbside luggage check-in

Airport officials remind travelers that airlines have resumed curbside check-in, allowing them to bypass ticket counters.

Travelers can check luggage with skycaps contracted by the airlines and proceed to the security screening areas.

Passengers must have a paper ticket or an electronic ticket with a confirmation number and the airline logo to receive a boarding pass at the gate.

Passengers are encouraged to call their airlines for information about the check-in process before coming to the airport. Information: 800-I-FLY-BWI.

Christmas said to be one of BWI's busiest days

Christmas was one of the busiest days in the history of Baltimore-Washington International Airport, based on the number of cars in its parking lots and the number of travelers using the BWI Express Metro bus service.

BWI's parking lots registered the fifth-highest overnight car count in the airport's history on Christmas, with 19,611 of 25,400 spaces occupied. That total was 10 percent lower than last year's Christmas Day record of 21,703 cars, officials said.

From Dec. 20 to 31, 4,312 people used BWI Express Metro bus service.

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