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Baltimore / Washingto Thurgood Marshall Airport Information
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is an international airport serving the Baltimore–Washington Metropolitan Area in the United States. It is commonly referred to as BWI or BWI Marshall. Located adjacent to the Linthicum CDP in northern unincorporated Anne Arundel County, Maryland, the airport is about 10 miles (16 km) south of Baltimore and 32 miles (51 km) northeast of Washington, DC. It is named after Thurgood Marshall, a Baltimore native and the first African American to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States.
BWI is a focus city for Southwest Airlines, and is the busiest airport in the Baltimore–Washington Metropolitan Area. A record 21.9 million passengers traveled through BWI in 2010, an increase of 4.7% over the previous year, with July being the busiest month ever in the airport's history. This made BWI the 24th busiest airport of North America in 2010. The airport was also ranked 47th in the world in total aircraft movements in 2008.
In 2010, BWI was ranked as the best airport of its size (15–25 mil. passengers) in the world by the Airports Council International based on its 2009 Airport Service Quality survey. The airport also won second place for North American airports in the "Best Food and Beverage Program" of the 2010 Richard A. Griesbach Excellence in Airport Concessions Contest, sponsored by the Airports Council International
Terminals New Southwest Airlines ticket counter in the Concourse A-B expansion
Baltimore International Airport has five concourses, though Concourses A and B were essentially merged into a single concourse in the renovations completed in 2005. The Maryland Aviation Administration has its headquarters on the third floor of the terminal building. Passengers wait in Terminal C for a storm to pass Passenger concourses.
Concourses A and B have 26 gates: A1 to A11 and B1 to B15. Southwest Airlines is the only tenant of Concourses A and both Southwest Airlines and Air Tran Airways share concourse B.
Concourse C has 14 gates: C1 to C14. The tenants of the concourse are American Airlines, American Eagle and Spirit Airlines.
Concourse D has 38 gates: D1 to D5, D7, D8, D10 to D16, D21 to D42, D46, and D47. It serves Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Jet Blue, US Airways, US Airways Express, United Airlines and United Express. The far end of Concourse D is built at ground level to serve small regional planes. Gates D30-D35 are blocked off to passengers with a temporary wall. International terminal (Pier E)
Concourse E has 6 gates: E1 to E4, E6 and E8. Officially known as the Governor William Donald Schaefer International Terminal, it serves serves Air Canada Express, Air Tran Airways (international arrivals that are not pre-cleared), British Airways, and Condor Flugdienst. All international arrivals from non pre-cleared destinations and all charter airlines are handled at Concourse E. The Air Mobility Command has a post in Concourse E flying active service troops out to worldwide destinations. Cargo concourse.
The airport's cargo concourse covers a 395,000 sq ft (36,700 m2) area. Its facilities include a 60,000 sq ft (5,600 m2) cargo building in the Midfield Cargo Complex, a foreign trade zone, a 17 acres (6.9 ha) air cargo ramp, and ramp parking for 17 aircraft with direct nose-in access for 8 freighters. Airline lounges
British Airways contracts the Chesapeake Club Lounge in Concourse E, near entrance to the concourse, for use by its elite and Club World passengers. The USO operates a lounge on the lower level of the Terminal between Concourses D and E for United States military personnel and their families. Airspace Lounge opened on May 7, 2011.
Current plans for airport improvements involve a $100 million expansion in the 60-year-old central section of the terminal. This involves a widening of Concourse C to accommodate new security screening equipment, adding a connecting corridor with moving sidewalks between the secure zones of Concourses B and C, and more security checkpoints for Concourse C. In addition, Concourse C will be given the level of amenities found at the A and B concourses in approximately 8,500 square feet of new food and retail space. Once completed, Southwest Airlines and Air Tran Airways will occupy all of concourses A, B and C. On June 11, 2012, BWI began construction renovating and expanding Concourse C. Completion of the project is expected in the summer of 2013.