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TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 23 - 29 January 2016

I am enjoying a brief stay in the DC area - across the street from Dulles International Airport. It's the annual AWRA Board of Directors meeting. Signs of the recent snowstorm are quite evident although it is not as bad as I thought. This picture is from the town of...

Aerial views of historic blizzard snowfall

See views from above Northern Virginia a day after the area saw 29.3 inches of snowfall reported at Dulles International Airport.

United Airlines stops service in some areas ahead of massive snowstorm

United Airlines will stop flying planes out of Dulles International Airport in the Washington, D.C. metro area, and a few other airports ahead of an upcoming massive snow storm. The airline says it will stop flights on Friday afternoon and hopes to resume some operations on Sunday. Show More Summary

Emirates will fly A380 to D.C. after United drops Dubai route

Emirates will be the latest carrier to fly its Airbus A380 superjumbo jets to Washington’s Dulles International Airport.        

Hoverboards seized at Washington Dulles International Airport

A little over a dozen of the self-balancing scooters were seized by U.S. Customs agents on Dec. 29.

Stephen F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia

At Dulles International Airport is the satellite annex of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. It may be 30 miles away from the Museum’s home in Washington, D.C., but the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center holds its own as a collection...Show More Summary

Airport Architecture at Major Flight Centers Around the Country

Clockwise from top left: O'Hare International Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Dulles International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport. Airport offer an architectural paradox. They're some of the biggest, most highly utilized public spaces in the world, seen by...

Royal Air Maroc will fly Dreamliners between Washington Dulles and Casablanca

Washington’s Dulles International Airport has landed nonstop service to the Moroccan city of Casablanca.        

$5 Off Lyft Rides to the Airport

My Lyft app just notified me that through November 20 I can get $5 off two rides to/from DCA (Ronald Reagan International Airport) or IAD (Washington Dulles International Airport). No promo code was necessary, it showed up under payments. (This will also be helpful since the airports are now charging drivers a $4 fee for […]

A United Airlines employee had a hilariously stupid suggestion for where this mom of a 4-month-old could pump.

4 months agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Liz Meagher Cooper is a new mom with a 4-month-old baby. She needed to pump breast milk during a layover at Dulles International Airport—which sounds like the only possible thing that could make a layover at Dulles International Airport...Show More Summary

Dulles Airport cell phone lot to relocate beginning Tuesday

The cell phone lot at Dulles International Airport moves to a new location Tuesday, as the old lot is closed to make room for Silver Line construction. New signs will direct drivers to the lot near the intersection of Rudder Road and Autopilot Drive, across the street from the airport’s gas station, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority said […]

AT&T Hotspots: Now With Advertising Injection

Jonathan Mayer, investigating how AT&T’s “free” Wi-Fi at Dulles International Airport injects ads into all non-HTTPS web pages: AT&T has an (understandable) incentive to seek consumer-side income from its free wifi service, but this model of advertising injection is particularly unsavory. Show More Summary

Airliner grazes jetway at Dulles

A United airliner grazed a jet way at Dulles International Airport, officials said.

Business Class Review: Flying on a Qatar Airways 777-300ER Halfway Around the World

Tarmac de-planing from a Qatar 777-300ER in Doha QATAR AIRWAYS BOEING 777-300ER BUSINESS CLASS REVIEW BASICS: Airline: Qatar Airways Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER Departed: Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) Arrived: Hamad International Airport (DOH) Stops: Non-stop flight Class: Business Class Seat: 4E, inside middle [but also sat in 1A bulkhead on a leg and 2F [...]Show More Summary

Dr. Gridlock: New problems with phase 2 of the Silver Line

There are cracks in the girders that will support the Silver Line tracks at Dulles International Airport forcing crews to halt work on that portion of the project until officials can determine the cause and whether the girders can be repaired or will have to be replaced, project officials said Wednesday.Read full article >>

Three injured on flight that lands at Dulles after plane encounters bumps

Three people were taken from Washington Dulles International Airport for medical treatment Saturday after a flight that landed there reported turbulence while en route, authorities said.The three had been on board United Airlines flight...Show More Summary

The government tested facial recognition tech on thousands of travelers at a Washington area airport

Facial recognition technology isn't science fiction -- and the federal government has already used it on thousands of Americans entering the United States through Dulles International Airport.The U.S. Customs and Border Protection used a facial recognition system on around 5,000 people with U.S. Show More Summary

Fire damages high-rise building near Dulles International Airport

A two-alarm fire damaged a high-rise building near Dulles International Airport Tuesday night that houses corporate offices of the Time-Warner cable company, authorities said.The 12-story building is just west of the airport, in the 13800 block of Sunrise Valley Drive in the Herndon area of Fairfax County. Read full article >>

New facial recognition technology under scrutiny

8 months agoTechnology : Tech Talk

For the next three months, airport customs and border agents will test facial recognition that aims to identify foreigners who stay in the United States too long. Kris Van Cleave reports from Washington Dulles International Airport on how the new technology has some worried anonymity will be a thing of the past.

Dr. Gridlock: Come sound off about noise at National Airport

Passenger traffic has increased dramatically at Reagan National over the last few years — to the point where its expected to pass its larger cousin, Dulles International Airport, in passenger traffic sometime this year.Read full article >>

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