BWI is an abbreviated form of Baltimore–Washington International. BWI Airport is a public airport in the US state of Maryland. The name of the airport has been given after Thurgood Marshall. As of 2010, about 21.9 million passengers visited the airport. Furthermore, in 2008, the airport was at 47th position across the globe by total aircraft movements. According to a survey conducted by the Airports Council International, BWI Airport is the best airport. The airport is owned by a Maryland's state agency called Maryland Aviation Administration.
Runways and Terminals of Baltimore Washington International
BWI Airport has four runways namely- 4/22, 10/28, 15L/33R and 15R/33L. As of 2011 data, about 22,391,785 people visited the airport. Aviation.com listed the airport among the Top 10 Easiest U.S. Airports to Get To in 2007. The airport has four terminals.
Passenger and Cargo Airlines of Baltimore Washington International
BWI Airport offers passenger services by eighteen airlines, some of them are Alaska Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, Air Canada Express, British Airways and Delta Air Lines. Apart from that, it also provides cargo services through five airlines such as Air Transport International, FedEx Express, ABX Air, FedEx Feeder and UPS Airlines. There are several facilities available at BWI Airport comprising of disability services, shops, seating area, restaurants and bars, waiting rooms, taxis, wifi and parking spaces. The postal and official address, email address and phone number (helpline) of Bwi Airport service center is given above. The helpline of Bwi Airport service center may or may not be toll free.