Maryland Board of Public Works has approved a 332 million USD terminal improvement project at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI).

The improvements will include a new baggage handling system, a direct connection between concourses A and B, expanded seating areas at passenger gates, new restrooms and added food and retail options.

BWI Terminal Improvement
The project will provide major upgrades to one of Southwest Airlines’s busiest airports
Maryland Transportation Secretary James F. Ports Jr. said:

The improvements approved today by the Board of Public Works will benefit the airport, our passengers and our largest airline partner. BWI Marshall consistently ranks high with passengers for convenience, service and amenities, and this project will enhance our operations and support even more jobs.

Major construction is due to start later this year. The baggage handling system and connector are expected to be complete in late 2025, while the final programme will conclude in summer 2026.

Alongside these terminal improvements, BWI Marshall also is collaborating with Southwest on a new 135 million USD maintenance facility that will include a hangar for up to three Boeing 737 aircrafts and an apron space for up to eight Southwest Airlines jets.


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