× Important Information About COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Last Updated: June 09, 2021 10:51 EDT

Reagan National Airport Traveler Update on Coronavirus

× Important Information About COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Last Updated: June 09, 2021 10:51 EDT

Reagan National Airport Traveler Update on Coronavirus

Project Journey

The New 14-Gate Concourse has opened, replacing Gate 35X and serving American Airlines customers who previously flew out of the gate. The building resembles its neighboring concourses while introducing a new flair to the airport's overall design. Crews continue to work inside and will complete construction in the summer.

Travelers arriving by road or rail will also notice two New Security Checkpoint Buildings with curved roofs between the Metrorail station and the departures curb. Most of the remaining construction tasks have moved to the interior, with no significant impacts on passengers. The new checkpoints are scheduled to become operational in the third quarter. 

Project Journey Milestones

Park Free Up to 60 Minutes 

An extended grace period of up to 60 minutes in Terminal Garages encourages drivers to drop off, pick up or wait in garage facilities instead of driving through the construction zone. Walkways from Terminal Garages provide an easy connection to all terminals.

Park free up to 60 minutes

 

Find Your Ride

Passengers have several ground transportation options at the airport. Taxis, ride app and private vehicles are located on the Baggage Claim level, and all shuttles are located on the Tickeing level. Metro, parking garages and rental cars can be accessed on the Concourse level.

Find your ride

 

Stay Informed

When driving to the airport, tune your car radio to 1640 AM for information on airline drop-off and pick-up locations, as well as travel tips.

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Turner Construction maintains a project information hotline at 571-260-0440 where callers can leave a message with questions or concerns about the Terminal B/C long-term redevelopment program.