BWI airport handled 20% more international traffic in 2013

The Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport saw a 20% increase in international traffic for 2013, and the airport is building additional gates to handle the demand. "We announced during the summer the construction of what we call the D/E Connector, which comprises two additional international gates," said Paul J. Wiedefeld, CEO of the airport. "We're doing that obviously in preparation for additional international growth."

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