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Flight Departures

What's New?

Notice of Military-Style Fighter Jet Flying from Reagan National

A "Scorpion" military-style fighter jet aircraft is scheduled to take off from the airport on Saturday, Sept. 20, at 10 a.m. (rescheduled from Friday). The flight is approved by the appropriate authorities and does not pose any threat to public safety.

There will be no public viewing events, and the airport will continue to operate normally. The plane was flown to Reagan National last week by Textron AirLand, LLC for marketing purposes. Please visit this website for photographs and information about the Scorpion. The plane will not have any weaponry attached while in flight. Click here for our complete advisory.

Changes to Airline Facilities

Some ticketing, baggage claim and gate locations of airlines will shift this year at Reagan National due to company mergers and airline service expansions. Customers of American, US Airways, JetBlue, Southwest and Virgin America, take special note. We will keep you informed of major changes here:

Completed:
  • American and US Airways baggage claim offices are now consolidated into one office next to claim area #12.
Completed August 25th:
  • Virgin America relocated from Gate 26 to Gate 24 (Terminal B); No change to ticket counter location.
Completed September 3rd:
  • JetBlue relocated from Terminal A Gates 1, 2, 8 and 9 to Terminal B Gates 26, 28, 30 and 32; Ticket counter and baggage claim also relocated to Terminal B. All new directional signage is in place.
  • Southwest expanded its gate space in Terminal A to six of the terminal’s nine gates (2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9).
Coming Soon (fall):

Current Gallery Walk Exhibit

"Artomatic Takes Flight" is an exhibit with more than 100 unjuried works of art. The featured artists are students and emerging talents who are members of Artomatic, a collective that began in an iconic D.C. building that was formerly a laundromat (hence the festival's name). Sculpture, painting, jewelry, photography and ceramics are among the many mediums displayed in the show, which will be ensconced in the airport's Gallery Walk/Terminal A through January 9, 2015. 

Celebrating 73 Years of Service

Recently, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport thanked passengers for 73 years of service on Monday, June 16, with a week-long series of passenger appreciation events. Read here for more details.

New Food and Shops Choices are Landing at Reagan National!

Change is in the air as new stores and restaurants open at Reagan National Airport, transforming the shopping and dining experience for passengers. The extensive redevelopment is improving choices for travelers, offering more healthy food options and bringing iconic restaurants like Ben’s Chili Bowl and Legal Sea Foods to the airport. Many changes are also in full swing in Terminal A. Click here to keep track of the latest developments at Reagan National Airport!

Apply Online, Complete Your TSA Pre✓™ Enrollment Right Here at Reagan National!

  • Passengers wishing to enroll in TSA Pre✓™ can apply online to begin the enrollment process. Select the Reagan National Airport, VA, enrollment location from drop-down menu. The enrollment center is located near baggage claim #6 in Terminal B/C. Enroll today to minmize your travel time! All checkpoints at Reagan National include a TSA Pre✓™ line.
  • Members of the U.S. military also have access to Pre-Check. At flight booking, enter your DoD ID number, or present your CAC card at the checkpoint for access.
  • Passengers with Global Entry credentials also have access to the benefits of Pre-Check PLUS a speedy trip through U.S. Customs.

How to Meet a Passenger at the Gate

While only ticketed passengers are allowed beyond security, airlines may issue gate passes to non-ticketed visitors in special circumstances, such as when the ticketed traveler is a minor or has special needs. Please contact your airline directly well in advance of travel to determine if this option is available. All same-day gate pass requests are handled at the ticket counter at the discretion of the airline.

Volunteer at Your Local Airports!

There is a need for volunteers to work with Travelers Aid at Reagan National and Dulles International Airports. You can also choose to be a Mobile Guide, a service in which you scout for travelers with questions and assist them. If you can spare 3 1/2 to 4 hours a week and would like to help air travelers, please contact Travelers Aid at Reagan National:

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