Available for Travelers
High-speed wireless Internet service is now available at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
Through an alliance between WiSE Technology and HMS Host, which operates many food concessions at the airport, travelers with laptops will be able to surf the Web at CK's Lounge near Pier B, the Anheuser-Busch Beer Garden at Pier C and University Lounge at Pier D.
WiSE Technologies plans to extend the wireless capabilities to all five piers at BWI and to set up kiosks called WiSE Boxes at several other HMS Host operations to provide Internet access to travelers without computers.
Opens at Pier D
Gate 12, a new accessory shop, has opened at Pier D.
Owned by iZone Group, the store sells sunglasses, leather goods and watches.
Women's Group Plans
The Women's Transportation Seminar, a national organization created to advance the professional development of women in transportation, is hosting a series of events.
Alfred H. Fox, director of Baltimore City Transportation, will lead a discussion at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Rose restaurant in the BWI Comfort Inn in Lithicum.
From 6 to 9 p.m. April 29, Maryland Transportation Secretary Robert L. Flanagan and Deputy Secretary Trent M. Kittleman will speak to the group at the Baltimore Harbor Court Hotel.
For more information, contact Alison B. Williams at 410-865-1039 or awilliams@ mdot.state.md.us.
Organizers of the 17th annual Northrop Grumman/BWI Airport Run and Family Walk are seeking sponsors for the event Sept. 28 at the BWI Midfield Cargo Complex on Mathison Way.
The annual fundraiser, which benefits local Down syndrome parent groups and the Kennedy Krieger Institute's Down Syndrome Clinic in Baltimore, attracts more than 1,400 participants and is a kickoff to National Down Syndrome Month in October. There will be entertainment, refreshments and prizes.
For more information, call Wayne Malone at 410-933-RUNN or visit http://sensor.northgrum.com/bwirace/.
-- Compiled by Alicia Cypress