Air travel

Norton bill takes aim at MWAA’s contracting practices

Norton said the the measure would ". . . put an end to serial controversies about MWAA's contracting and financial management practices."

MWAA responds to critical IG report

Officials at the Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority said they welcome the report from the DOT's Inspector General and will address the issues raised by the end of 2015.

TSA’s Pre-Check program hits the 1 million mark

More than 1 million travelers have enrolled in TSA's Pre-Check program, which gives preapproved travelers a speedier trip through airport security.

‘Gunman’ nabbed by TSA at National Airport

Some travelers still haven't gotten the message that guns are not allowed in carry-on luggage.

A reminder: Take the cannoli, but leave the hatchet, brass knuckles and knife at home

And in the bag was not one, not two, but three weapons.

$105 million project to boost expansion of international traffic at BWI airport

The multiphase project to be completed in 2017, will create a new security checkpoint, a connector between concourses D and E, and add two new gates that will be used by international carriers.

Power fully restored at Dulles Airport

Temporary outage Saturday afternoon caused some flight delays.

Inert grenades? Ah, just another day at airport security

TSA officers seize lots of interesting items at airport checkpoints. Here are a few more entries from Atlanta.

Super Bowl rules: guacamole yes, drones no

The FAA offers this handy reminder: Drones and football don't mix, especially at the Super Bowl.

Travel woes continue after snowstorm

Dozens of flights from D.C. area airports -- many bound for airports in the New York area and farther up the coast -- are delayed or canceled on Wednesday.

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