A BWI Marshall Airport customer is searching for a special hat that went missing earlier this week. Did any of our other travelers find the hat?
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My son left this safari hat he is wearing on flight #1267 on Southwest Airlines, yesterday. It was from Orlando, Florida to Baltimore, Maryland with a brief stop in Pittsburg (we didn't deplane). He is heartbroken as the hat belonged to my father who passed away a year and a half ago. The hat is not worth anything monetarily, but is worth everything to my 12 year old. If you found it, please contact me thru Facebook or at 616-551-8448. I please share. We really would like this hat back.
A/B Concourses are now open.
Due to a security investigation, the A and B security checkpoints are currently closed. Some early morning airline flights may be affected by the ongoing investigation. Additional information will be provided when available. #BWI
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Maryland Aviation Administration salutes all military personnel.
Visit our USO office located at BWI Marshall Airport and check out the awesome amenities. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!
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BWI Marshall Airport exceeds monthly passenger count...
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced today that 2,464,890 passengers traveled through Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in June, an increase of five percent over June 2016 and a new all-time June record for passenger...
It's a wrap on day 5 for BWI's 3rd Annual Summer Youth Initiative!! Students received inspiring words of wisdom from Baltimore City's Mayor Catherine Pugh and BWI Marshall Airport Executive Director, Ricky Smith. Both extraordinary leaders shared their stories, encouraged the students to follow their dreams, read daily and told why it's important to pursue an education. Also, THANK YOU to today's sponsor @WhitingandTurnerConstruction for providing a memorable hands on experience for each students. All students received certificates, a memorable coin, school supplies and extensive knowledge about careers in aviation and transportation.
THANK YOU TO ALL SPONSORS AND VOLUNTEERS FOR SUPPORTING THIS YOUTH INITIATIVE! We couldn't have made this possible without your support! #muchappreciation
The final day of the 2017 BWI Marshall Airport Summer Youth Initiative is underway! The students are working with contractors to learn about construction, engineering, and electrical work.
Students from our BWI Marshall Airport Summer Youth Initiative are meeting today at the Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies. The young men and women are learning about careers in transportation and using an impressive simulator to practice piloting a massive ship.
WBAL-TV 11 Baltimore was at Martin State Airport yesterday to see the students from our BWI Marshall Airport Summer Youth Initiative.
The young men and women spent the day at Martin State to learn about general aviation, along with law enforcement and military aviation. It was a great day to fly! Many of the students were able to fly with local flight schools.
Several Baltimore City students got to learn about the aviation industry as Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport hosted the Summer Youth...
Beautiful day to come fly with us on day 3 at Martin State Airport for the BWI SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM. #BWISummeryouthlearning
The BWI Marshall Airport Summer Youth Initiative shifts to Martin State Airport tomorrow. Our colleagues at Martin State will ensure a packed day of learning, fun, and flying!
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AIRPORT AND MDOT Leadership welcomes 60 students to BWI Summer Youth Initiative.
On this second day of the 2017 BWI Marshall Airport Summer Youth Initiative, Southwest Airlines had an exciting career day featuring staff who shared their career success. Students were engaging and asked plenty of questions. THANK YOU Southwest Airlines at BWI for an educational and memorable day!!#BWISummeryouthfun
WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore highlights the continued growth and success at BWI Marshall Airport.
When it comes to popularity, BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport has the competition beat, as BWI had more travelers in 2016 than any other nearby airport.
On this first day of the 2017 BWI Marshall Airport Summer Youth Initiative, the students met with personnel from our Operations and Maintenance staff, along with the BWI Marshall Airport Fire and Rescue Department. The young men and women learned about the many employees that work to help ensure a safe, efficient airport for our millions of travelers.
The students from our Summer Youth Initiative are meeting with the BWI Marshall Airport Fire and Rescue Department this morning to learn about training and emergency preparation.
THANK YOU to our sponsors for supporting our 2017 Youth Summer Initiative! #muchappreciation