Pan Am to begin Atlantic City, N.J., flights March 4...

BWI DIGEST

February 18, 2002

Pan Am to begin Atlantic City, N.J., flights March 4

Pan Am Airways will offer twice-daily flights between Baltimore-Washington International Airport and Atlantic City (N.J.) International Airport beginning March 4. A daily connection to Portsmouth, N.H., and White Plains, N.Y., also will be added to the airline's schedule.

The service will be featured on Pan Am's 19-passenger Jetstream 31, a twin turboprop aircraft. Pan Am Airways recently began regional passenger service between BWI and Hagerstown and Cumberland.

Information: www.flypanam. com, or 800-FLYPANAM.

House Speaker Taylor to speak at breakfast

House Speaker Casper R. Taylor Jr. will address the BWI Business Partnership breakfast meeting at 8 a.m. Friday at the BWI Holiday Inn, 890 Elkridge Landing Road in Linthicum.

BWI Business Partnership is a nonprofit economic development and transportation management association made up of area employers.

Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. Admission to the Spirit of Success breakfast meeting is $25 for nonmembers. The breakfast is free for members. Reservations are required.

Information: 410-859-1000.

Runway closures planned as part of expansion effort

BWI Airport will experience regular runway closures over the next two years. The closures will take place between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. for repairs and improvements as part of the expansion program.

The Maryland Aviation Administration works with the Federal Aviation Administration to limit runway closures that affect air traffic over communities near BWI. For updates on runway closures and construction activity, residents may call the Division of Aviation Noise and Abatement at 410-859-7021.

The installation of new taxiway and runway lighting is taking place at several locations and is expected to be completed in January next year. Additional airfield improvements, related to the extension of Pier A, will continue into November next year. This includes electrical work and the extension of Taxiway A.

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