Thursday, December 27, 2007

Just Don't Lose This Stub

Dulles International Airport has made it easier for travelers to locate their cars in economy lots and daily garages.

Dulles is offering parking locator cards with tear-off sections to help people find their vehicles when they return. The cards can be picked up at the bright yellow boxes at shuttle bus stops in the economy lots and at elevator lobbies in the daily garages.

BWI Is Busier Than Ever

Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport experienced its busiest October ever, when 1.81 million commercial airline passengers went through the facility. The figure was almost 4 percent more than the total for October 2006. October was the fourth straight month that BWI had record passenger traffic.

Helping Travelers in Need

Travelers Aid International is encouraging passengers to use its services.

The nonprofit network operates help desks at Dulles and Reagan National airports, where travelers can get information and assistance. Passengers can also contact the help desk ahead of time to ensure a smooth trip. For more information, visit


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