The pregnant woman who was dragged off of a Southwest Airlines flight at BWI Airport last week is pushing back against the narrative given by the airline, saying she didn’t actually tell staff she had a life-threatening allergy. She’s also arguing she was racially profiled.
A woman was removed from a Southwest Airlines flight at BWI Airpot on Tuesday night after reporting a life-threatening allergy to two dogs aboard the plane.
BWI has been adding more amenities like local music and gyms, but the airport has been without a passenger lounge since the Airspace closed last year. That’s changing today.
Social media managers with big organizations are always looking to own a story, and that can require a break from protocol.
Travelers who don’t want to wait in an airport line to sign up for the process that lets you skip airport lines have an option next week.
Thanksgiving travelers flying out of BWI this week should be relieved to hear the airport has a couple improvements being unveiled today that should reduce pedestrian congestion.
A flight from BWI is going to be able to get you directly to San Diego, by way of Alaska.
We all have our forgetful moments when traveling — the misplaced shampoo, the left-behind toothbrush, the unpacked bathing suit. But three people flying out of BWI this past week each had a different issue: Each forgot to mention they had stashed away a loaded handgun.