Some members of the authority that overseas Reagan National and Dulles International airports have spent large amounts of public money in recent years traveling to international conferences at fancy resorts. They have flown first-class, charged for limousines, expensive meals and alcohol, records show.
SOURCE: Staff reports | GRAPHIC: Dita Smith and Cristina Rivero, The Washington Post - October 13, 2008
Board Adopts Travel Policy Article | Members of the Washington region's airport authority agreed yesterday to "make every effort" to travel more economically as part of new guidelines meant to address concerns about their costly international business trips.
Airport Board to Vote on Travel Policy Article | The governing body of publicly owned Dulles International and Reagan National airports is scheduled to consider new travel guidelines today in response to scrutiny of dozens of international trips and luxurious hotel accommodations that board members have taken in recent years with little oversight...