BWI Digest


April 19, 2004

BWI volunteers to be honored at banquet Tuesday

The Maryland Aviation Administration and Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. are scheduled to honor those who volunteer at Baltimore-Washington International Airport at an awards banquet tomorrow in Glen Burnie.

As members of the Pathfinders program, 85 volunteers aid airport customers by answering questions and guiding travelers around BWI.

Each Pathfinder will be honored with a gift and certificates from Ehrlich and the MAA. The ceremony is scheduled for 5 p.m. at Michael's Eighth Avenue.

Son of downed U-2 pilot to speak at museum May 3

Francis Gary Powers Jr., son of the pilot whose U-2 reconnaissance plane was shot down over Soviet Union in 1960, is scheduled to speak May 3 at the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum.

The speech, scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., is the third installment of a six-part lecture series being held at the museum.

Information: Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum, 410-682-6122 or www.maryland

Career fair scheduled for May 26 at airport

The Maryland Aviation Administration will hold its career fair May 26 at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

The fair is expected to include participants from airlines and retail, food and security companies. Those seeking employment will be able to apply for entry- to executive-level positions, the MAA said.

The MAA is accepting reservations from businesses interested in participating. Representatives of businesses may call 410-859-7949 for more information.

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