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Thursday, December 1, 2022

Reagan National Airport

Editor’s Notebook: No fireworks for you!

Here's a blast from the past, so to speak: The last-week-in-May edition of the Northern Virginia Sun back in 1936 reported that the Arlington County government had decided to maintain its prohibition on the sale of personal-use fireworks in...

Reagan National running ahead in on-time departures

The final figures are yet to be published, but it looks like Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport will end 2021 with the best on-time-departure performance among the region’s three commercial airports. Through Nov. 30, Reagan National had posted an on-time...

2021 airport traffic up, but still not at pre-pandemic level

Passenger counts at Northern Virginia’s two commercial airports showed a comeback in 2021 from the depths of the COVID crisis in 2020, but have a lot of ground to make up to return to pre-COVID levels. The total passenger count...

Airports Authority leaders accentuate the positive for rest of year

A combination of factors – including the return of use-them-or-lose-them slot rules at Ronald Reagan National Airport and more opportunities for international service at Washington Dulles – has the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority bullish on the future. But all will...

Improvements at Reagan National win applause from leaders

Travelers won’t be using the new Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport for another few weeks, but regional and state leaders gathered Oct. 13 to celebrate a number of milestones at the airport’s billion-dollar...

Editor’s Notebook: That explains it!

Some data came over the transom this week from the airline trade group Airlines for America, which suggested that Reagan National Airport – which has been terribly negatively affected by the impact of the COVID era – was primed...

Editorial: The past is always, always, always prologue

News alert: The chairman of the Arlington County Board has sent a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration, complaining that planes departing National Airport are deviating from approved air corridors, leading to noise in local neighborhoods. Keep in mind, we...

Editor’s Notebook: The past is always, always, always prologue

News alert: The chairman of the Arlington County Board has sent a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration, complaining that planes departing National Airport are deviating from approved air corridors, leading to noise in local neighborhoods. Well, I didn’t say...
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