The Washington Post

Airport officials hope the new security screening lines will help passengers get to their flights more quickly.

Passenger traffic increased at BWI and Reagan National in 2012, but fell by 3 percent at Dulles International

The storm that just tore through the Washington region was relatively brief, but it is significantly impacting air travel.

A man with Tourette's syndrome was kept off of a flight leaving Reagan National Airport last week because he said "bomb" during the check-in process.

A traveler was cited after a loaded gun was found in his carry-on luggage at National Airport.

After a quiet morning, traffic is picking up on the region's main roadways out of town.