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Baltimore/Washington International Airport:

Most of today's flights have been canceled. Click here to check the status of your flight.

Dulles International Airport (IAD):

Most airlines have cancelled Saturday flights. If you are scheduled to fly on Saturday, please contact your airline BEFORE heading to the airport to make sure your flight is still on schedule.

Click here for contact information for all airlines serving IAD.

The airport is open, but most airlines have canceled remaining flights for today. A few international flights are still scheduled, but passengers are urged to contact your airline BEFORE heading to the airport to make sure your flight is still on schedule.

Passengers are advised against coming to Dulles International Airport on Saturday to try to rebook canceled flights. Instead, please contact your airline's customer service telephone number or rebook through your airline's website.

Reagan National Airport (DCA):

All airlines have canceled all flights for Saturday.

Click here for contact information for all airlines serving DCA.

The airport is open, but all airlines have ended flight operations for today.

Passengers are advised against coming to Reagan National Airport on Saturday to try to rebook canceled flights. Instead, please contact your airline's customer service telephone number or rebook through your airline's website.

For more updates click here.

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