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From the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority:

Reagan National (DCA) Airport:

The airfield opened for flight operations at 10 AM today.

As flights operate today on a limited basis, passengers are advised to contact their airlines to confirm their flights BEFORE coming to the airport.

Passengers are urged not to come to DCA today unless your flight is confirmed.

If your flight was canceled, please call your airline's customer service telephone number or rebook through your airline's website.

As of this posting, Metrorail service was not operating to above-ground stations, including the Reagan National Airport Metro station. For information regarding Metrorail and bus service, click here.

Dulles International (IAD) Airport:

The airfield is open for aircraft operations today, although some flights may be canceled or delayed.

Passengers are advised to contact their airlines to confirm their flights BEFORE coming to the airport.

Passengers are urged not come to IAD today unless your flight is confirmed.

If your flight was canceled, please call your airline's customer service telephone number or re-book through your airline's website.

As of this posting, Metrorail service was not operating to above-ground stations, including the West Falls Church Metro. As a result, Washington Flyer Coach service from the West Falls Church Metro station to Dulles Airport remains suspended indefinitely. For information regarding Metrorail and Metro Bus service, click here.

Below are links to all of our airlines, including websites and contact numbers. In general during peak demand, service will be faster when using the website versus a phone call:

Airlines serving Reagan National Airport (DCA), click here

Airlines serving Dulles International Airport (IAD), click here

For a look at delays at major U.S. Airports as reported by the FAA, click here.

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