BWI Digest

BWI DIGEST

December 08, 2003

Arundel chief to speak at BWI business breakfast

Anne Arundel County Executive Janet S. Owens will speak at the BWI Business Partnership breakfast meeting tomorrow.

The meeting will begin at 7:45 a.m. at the Rose restaurant inside the Comfort Inn, 6921 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., Baltimore. Paul Wiedefeld, executive director of the Maryland Aviation Administration, also will present an update on business and construction at BWI.

Military personnel can call free from BWI on Friday

The Call Home for the Holidays mobile satellite van will stop at Baltimore-Washington International Airport on Friday to give U.S. troops passing through the airport the opportunity to make free phone calls to family members and loved ones anywhere in the world.

The holiday calling effort is sponsored by United Service Organizations of Metro Washington and AT&T Government Solutions. The van also will give away calls this week at four military bases and at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington.

Calls at BWI can be made from the USO International Gateway Lounge.

MAA grant to fund study of need for Cecil airport

Cecil County has been awarded a Maryland Aviation Administration grant to fund an airport feasibility study.

Maryland Secretary of Transportation Robert L. Flanagan announced the $24,505 grant. The money will be used to examine the demand for another public airport in the county.

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