Bwi Digest

BWI DIGEST

Howard Business

April 21, 2003

4 `Pay-Go' machines to be added to BWI baggage claim area

Four "Pay-and-Go" machines will be added to Baltimore-Washington International Airport by next month.

The airport has two of the machines, which allow travelers to pre-pay parking fees before leaving the hourly-parking garage.

Travelers who take their parking vouchers into the airport to use the machines will get an additional 30 minutes free to return to their cars and leave the garage. The machines take cash and credit cards and will be placed in the baggage claim area and near the American Airlines ticket counter.

Information: 800-I-FLY-BWI, or www.bwiairport.com.

Midwest to boost capacity on trips to Milwaukee

Midwest Airlines will increase its passenger capacity June 14, when it begins using a larger aircraft for its two daily nonstop flights between BWI and Milwaukee.

The airline will upgrade from a 32-passenger Fairchild Aerospace 328 jet to a 84-passenger DC 9-30 series aircraft.

The airline recently moved its ticket counter next to United Airlines on the left side of the entrance to Pier D. Information: 800-452-2022 or www.midwestairlines.com.

Air Jamaica adding flight to Kingston for summer

Air Jamaica will add a second daily flight from BWI for the summer travel period. The second flight will go to Kingston. The airline also flies into Montego Bay.

BWI is the only airport in the Baltimore-Washington area offering nonstop service to both cities.

Information: 800-523-5585, or www.airjamaica.com.

Martin State Airport honored for its service

Martin State Airport was named one of the best general aviation facilities in the ExxonMobil Aviation worldwide network of fixed-base operators.

The airport was honored because of its outstanding customer service.

The facility is owned and operated by the Maryland Aviation Administration. Information: www.martinstateairport.com.

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