Greg Pease

No. 19 Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)

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Nearly 22.7 million people flew through BWI in 2012, setting an all-time record for the third consecutive year. To meet its growing needs, the airport added a new, nine-lane checkpoint in April 2013 and will soon complete work on a connector permitting travelers to move between concourses beyond security. An additional connector and checkpoint, part of a $125 million development plan, are slated for construction by 2016.

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No. 19 Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)

Nearly 22.7 million people flew through BWI in 2012, setting an all-time record for the third consecutive year. To meet its growing needs, the airport added a new, nine-lane checkpoint in April 2013 and will soon complete work on a connector permitting travelers to move between concourses beyond security. An additional connector and checkpoint, part of a $125 million development plan, are slated for construction by 2016.

Greg Pease

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