Temporary outage Saturday afternoon caused some flight delays.
MWAA is looking for someone to manage the $5.6 billion Silver Line rail project. Think you have what it takes?
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, an entity that for many years played by its own rules, will now be subject to permanent federal oversight.
Still no firm date as to when Metro's new Silver Line will open to the public. Testing on the new rail line is set to start next weekend.
The latest Silver Line delays are likely to be a hot topic at the final meeting of the year for the MWAA board of directors.
Frank M. "Rusty" Conner III was elected the new chairman of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. Warner Session will be the board's vice chair.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority's board of directors is expected to meet Wednesday when they will be briefed on the handover of the first phase of Silver Line rail project.
The board of directors for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is slated to meet Wednesday. They are expected to get a update about the Silver Line rail project.
"There's a real question now on when it will be complete," MWAA CEO Jack Potter said.
An effort to establish a permanent inspector general to oversee operations at the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority may be closer to reality.