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Search Tags: Dulles International Airport
You probably won't have trouble finding a spot at Dulles or BWI, but the story is different at Reagan National.
Now bathroom choices at two local airports include women, men, and dogs.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is gathering information about the noise levels along the Dulles Toll Road.
You'll be able to travel between Sept. 8 and Nov. 17, but you only have until Thursday to buy your tickets.
Hotel rates are as much as 30 percent lower than last year in Cancun and the Dominican Republic.
The fire aboard the Boeing 757 was extinguished before the plane landed Sunday night at Dulles International Airport and no injuries were reported, Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Holly Baker said.
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It's a happy ending for the owner of a Norwegian military dog gone missing at Dulles International Airport Thursday.
WTOP's Adam Tuss says road closures will remain in effect around the area until after Tuesday's rush hour.
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An American Airlines flight from Chicago to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport was diverted to Dulles International Airport Monday night.
Nearly five weeks after the weight of snow collapsed the roofs of three of its four hangars, more than a dozen damaged business jets and other aircraft remain pinned under structural beams, roofing materials and still-melting snow that had been atop the Dulles Jet Center.