[...] the connecting flight from London to Baltimore was canceled because of a mechanical problem, and a day later I was rerouted to Washington Dulles International Airport. [...] British Airways had announced that it would refund the cost of transportation between Washington and Baltimore, if the receipt was forwarded to the customer-service department. [...]Show More Summary
The agreement means that United will continue to be the predominant airline at Dulles.
On Sept. 11, 2001, an employee working the ticket counter at Dulles International Airport checked two passengers onto their flight. He didn’t know those two men would soon hijack the flight and crash it into the Pentagon, and he certainly didn’t know how much guilt he would carry for years to come. Read more...
Ten years ago I attended a conference in an upscale national chain hotel in a small town in Virginia, just outside of Dulles International Airport. Even though we were all wearing badges with our name and affiliation or place, it wasn't one of the usual academic conferences I frequent. Show More Summary
The mobile lounge at Dulles Airport in action, 1960s. (Photo: Library of Congress/LC-DIG-krb-00774) If your travels ever bring you to Concourse D of Washington, D.C.'s Dulles International Airport, you may find yourself trundling your baggage toward a shabby room at the end of a hallway. Show More Summary
I am in seat 33H. The plane I am in, headed for Brussels, is on the ground at Dulles International Airport, not far from Washington, D.C. In less than an hour, I could be walking the streets of my old neighborhood. I find myself looking out the window, trying to...
Civil rights leader and former congressional delegate Walter Fauntroy was released from jail after being arrested at Dulles International Airport on June 27, his first day in the U.S. in four years. He will face a bad-check charge in Maryland in July.
Civil rights leader Walter E. Fauntroy was arrested at Dulles International Airport after returning to the U.S. following an abrupt departure in 2012. Here's why authorities were after him.
D.C. civil rights leader Walter Fauntroy was arrested at Dulles International Airport and is being detained at Loudon County jail. He was arrested as he got off of a flight from Dubai.
Civil rights leader, former DC delegate arrested at airport WASHINGTON (AP) — Civil rights leader and former congressional delegate Walter Fauntroy was arrested Monday at Dulles International Airport on a 5-year-old charge of writing...Show More Summary
CULTURE OF CORRUPTION, FUGITIVE-FROM-JUSTICE EDITION: Civil rights leader Walter Fauntroy arrested at Dulles International Airport. “Fauntroy was booked at 12:30 p.m. on Monday and posted no bond. He’d just gotten off a long-haul, nonstop flight on Emirates airlines from Dubai to Dulles, said his attorney, Johnny Barnes. In January 2012, Fauntroy left the United States […]
Fauntroy, accused of writing a $55,000 bad check, had been living in the UAE
Oh, he passed background checks? Federal agencies knew that a man hired as a security guard at Dulles International Airport outside of Washington, D.C. was an accused Somali war criminal, CNN reported Friday. Yusuf Abdi Ali, who served as a military commander during the Somali Civil War, has been accused of torturing civilians, burning villages, and conducting […]
Yusuf Abdi Ali is accused of war crimes in Somalia, but up until very recently was working as a security guard at Dulles International Airport near D.C.
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Dulles International Airport is a quick 40 minute drive from Washington D.C. and is used by diplomats and leaders from around the world to enter...
The Woodbridge, Va., man had a loaded semi-automatic pistol with a chambered round in his carry-on bag as he attempted to go through at checkpoint at Dulles International Airport.
"Can I have your attention," a woman in a fluorescent yellow shirt called out at Dulles International Airport outside of Washington, D.C. "We have some very special guests coming through. They are veterans of World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. Show More Summary
Approximately 2,000 people work in the food and retail areas at National and Dulles International airports, making an average of $9.74 an hour, according to labor leaders.
Raed Saleh, head of the Syrian Civilian Defense, a 2,800-strong team of volunteers who aid Syrians affected by shelling and barrel bomb attacks, arrived at Washington’s Dulles International Airport on Monday after a 10-hour flight from Istanbul. Show More Summary