BWI runways reopen after construction
LINTHICUM, Md. (AP) — Two major commercial runways at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport are scheduled to reopen.
BWI spokesman Jonathan Dean says the busy runways are reopening Monday morning. The runways were closed on Friday for repaving work. A shorter, little-used runway was used for commercial operations in the meantime.
Dean says there were "intermittent" flight delays over the weekend due to the work.
The Baltimore Sun reports runway closings were the first of its kind in more than two decades.
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