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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Major Airports

DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Dulles

703-572-2700

http://www.mwaa.com/dulles

For a list of airlines that serve Dulles and their phone numbers, go to http://www.mwaa.com/dulles and click on Airlines at IAD.

For flight schedule information, go to http://www.mwaa.com/dulles and click on Flight Schedules.

To monitor the status of an inbound or outbound flight, call 703-572-6240. Have the flight number ready, and follow the message prompts.

Parking

Dulles provides more than 25,000 daily, hourly, economy and valet parking spaces. There is no charge for vehicles exiting within 20 minutes of entry at daily, hourly and economy parking. A free 24-hour shuttle bus service runs from the daily and economy lots at 10- to 15-minute intervals. For a map of parking facilities, go to http://www.mwaa.com/dulles and click on Parking Information.

For a general description of parking lots and rates, or to speak with a parking representative, call 703-572-4500.

Dulles offers Pay and Go, an automated system that makes exiting the parking facilities quicker. Pay and Go machines are on the lower level of the terminal near the east and west exit doors and on the pedestrian bridge of Daily Parking Garage 2. For details, go to http://www.mwaa.com/dulles and click on Parking Information.

Dulles also offers a free cellphone waiting area at Rudder Road and Autopilot Drive, where people picking up passengers can wait in their cars for up to one hour. Vehicles must not be unattended, and commercial vehicles are not allowed. For details about the cellphone waiting area, go to http://www.mwaa.com/dulles and click on Parking Information.

REAGAN NATIONAL AIRPORT

Arlington County

703-417-8000

http://www.mwaa.com/national

For a list of airlines that serve National and their phone numbers, go to http://www.mwaa.com/national and click on Airlines at DCA.

For flight schedules, go to http://www.mwaa.com/reagan and click on Flight Schedules.

Parking

National offers hourly, daily, economy and valet parking. A free 24-hour shuttle bus operates about every six minutes, connecting parking areas, terminals and Metrorail.

For information on parking rates and parking lots, call 703-417-4311 for a recording or 703-417-4300 to speak with a parking representative.

For a map of parking facilities, go to http://www.mwaa.com/national and click on Parking Information.

National offers a free cellphone waiting area near the end of the Return to Airport ramp, just beyond Terminal B/C. People picking up passengers can wait in their cars for up to one hour. Vehicles must not be unattended, and commercial vehicles are not allowed. For details about the cellphone waiting area, go to http://www.mwaa.com/national and click on Parking Information.

BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL MARSHALL AIRPORT

Linthicum

800-435-9294

http://www.bwiairport.com

For airport information including paging, call 800-435-9294, 410-859-7111 (Baltimore area) or TTY 410-859-7227.

For a complete list of phone numbers, go to http://www.bwiairport.com and click on Customer Assistance and then Contact Us. For a list of services, click on Customer Assistance, then Services.

For a list of airlines that serve BWI and their phone numbers, go to http://www.bwiairport.com and click on Airlines and Schedules and then Airlines. For flight schedules, click on Airlines and Schedules, then Flight Schedules.

Parking

BWI offers hourly, daily and long-term parking and free 24-hour shuttle service. A free cellphone waiting area is across from the entrance to the daily parking garage on Elm Road. Travelers can prepay parking fees at any of six Pay and Go machines in the skywalk connecting the hourly garage to the airport terminal.

For information on parking lots, parking rates, Pay and Go and the cellphone waiting area, go to http://www.bwiairport.com and click on Directions & Parking and then Parking Info. For a map of parking facilities, click on Directions & Parking and then Parking Map.

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