BWI Notes


May 24, 2004

Airport officials estimate 367,000 holiday travelers

Baltimore-Washington International Airport officials predict 367,000 people will travel into and out of the airport during the Memorial Day weekend.

Because of the anticipated crowds, airport officials advise that travelers check in 90 minutes before domestic flights and two hours before international flights.

Travelers can check flight status at

City-based firm to design redeveloped retail space

RTKL, the Baltimore-based architectural firm, will design 140,000 square feet of redeveloped retail space for BWI.

RTKL will partner with retail developer BAA Maryland on the work, scheduled to begin soon.

The space is expected to include six food courts.

6th BWI Career Fair scheduled for Wednesday

The Maryland Aviation Administration is scheduled to hold its sixth annual BWI Career Fair on Wednesday.

The event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the lower level of the International Pier connector at BWI.

Escalators set to reopen near D Concourse entrance

BWI officials this week will reopen a set of escalators that had been closed for renovations.

The escalators, located near the entrance of the airport's D Concourse, were closed as part of BWI's $1.8 billion expansion and renovation.

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