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BWI’s new airline offers low fares, more fees

A new airline at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will allow more options for travelers going to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Dallas/Fort Worth, as well as the possibility of lower airfares to these locations. BWI’s new carrier, Spirit Airlines, boasts low ...

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Top 5: ‘We will be in your face’

More troubles for the organizer of the Baltimore Grand Prix, another round of terminal shuffling at BWI and a drop in casino revenue were among the most-read business stories of the week. Baltimore’s newest hotel and a contentious hearing over ...

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July busiest month ever at BWI Airport

July was the busiest month ever for Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport with 2.2 million commercial passengers, according to figures released Tuesday by the airport. Passenger traffic increased 1.6 percent during the record-setting month over the previous mark, set in ...

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AirTran to start non-stop Aruba flights out of BWI

AirTran Airways, now a wholly owned subsidiary of Southwest Airlines, said it will add nonstop service from Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to Aruba in the Caribbean on Saturday and Sunday, starting Dec. 17. These will be the only nonstop ...

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Southwest, AirTran put fall travel on sale

BWI’s largest carrier Southwest Airlines Co. and its AirTran subsidiary launched new sales on Tuesday for travel during late summer and the typically slower fall season. The sales were announced as an attempted fare increase led by United and Continental ...

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BWI ponders expansion as largest carrier Southwest continues record growth

There is fresh pavement outside and new high-end stores, a chic lounge and even a French spa setting up inside as Southwest Airlines Co.’s acquisition of a top rival inspires hope of even more record-setting growth at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood ...

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