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Airport Information: No Flights Out Of Dulles And Reagan Airports

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Baltimore Washington International Airport

Most flights canceled today and some flights canceled through tomorrow morning.

Click here for updates and more information on canceled flights.

From the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

Another major winter storm with blizzard conditions is currently in the Washington region. There will be no flights operating at Reagan National Airport or at Washington Dulles International on Wednesday, February 10.

If there are changes to this information the website will be updated later today.

Reagan National (DCA) Airport

Passengers are advised to contact their airlines to confirm their flights BEFORE coming to the airport on Thursday, February 11.

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

Please check the latest status of Metrorail service to above-ground stations, including the Reagan National Airport Metro station, by visiting www.wmata.com.

Dulles International (IAD) Airport

Passengers are advised to contact their airlines to confirm their flights BEFORE coming to the airport on Thursday, February 11.

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

Washington Flyer Coach service from the West Falls Church Metro station to Dulles Airport will operate as long as Metrorail service to the station is available. For information regarding Metrorail and Metrobus service, please visit www.wmata.com.

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