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BWI Hosting Summer Youth Initiative

BALTIMORE (AP) — Fifty students from Baltimore city will be spending the week at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport as part of the airport’s summer youth initiative. 59 more words

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WOW Air to Offer Flights Between BWI, Iceland

LINTHICUM, Md. — WOW air says it will begin offering nonstop, low-fare service to Iceland from BWI.

The airline and BWI said Wednesday that four weekly roundtrip flights to Keflavik International Airport will begin in June. 97 more words

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Mild July Temperatures Make, Tie Record Lows At BWI

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Mild July temperatures are making and tying record lows set at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.

Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram reports the pattern of the jetstream has been bringing us unusually cool weather this month. 188 more words

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Pushback Tractor Hits American Jet at BWI

LINTHICUM, Md. — A ground worker has been slightly hurt after a pushback tractor hit the nose of a parked American Airlines jet at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. 123 more words

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Lightning Strike at BWI Exposes Airport Towers Vulnerability

WASHINGTON — A lightning strike that injured an air traffic controller at Baltimore’s main airport has exposed a potential vulnerability at airport towers during storms and is prompting Federal Aviation Administration officials to inspect hundreds of towers nationwide, The Associated Press has learned. 745 more words

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FAA To Examine Airport Towers

WASHINGTON (CBS DC/AP) — A lightning strike that injured an air traffic controller at Baltimore’s main airport has exposed a potential vulnerability at airport towers during storms and is prompting Federal Aviation Administration officials to inspect hundreds of towers nationwide, The Associated Press has learned. 768 more words

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Woman Tries to Bring Stun Gun on Plane at BWI

LINTHICUM, Md. — The Transportation Security Administration says a woman tried to bring a stun gun designed to look like a cellphone onto a plane at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. 92 more words

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