DCA Posts

United Bringing Daily Service Between DCA & SFO

Good news for you double-coasters… Beginning mid-May, United will offer nonstop service between Reagan Washington National and San Francisco International Airports. Read on, and happy travels!


JetBlue Expands Service in NY & DC

JetBlue announced that, starting this summer, it will double service at Ja Guardia and Ronald Reagan airports, and start providing daily service to three Florida airports.

On a personal note, as someone whose most frequently-flown route is Los Angeles to New York, I am endlessly grateful for JetBlue’s service from Burbank to JFK and back, so I hope this brings some easier travel to you East Coasters!

The TSA’s Top Finds

There’s no shortage of end-of-year top-ten lists going around, but we think this might be our favorite.

The TSA – which has a much more entertaining blog than one might expect – has published its list of the Top Ten ‘Good Catches’ of 2011.

From adorable wildlife to plastic explosives, after reading this, it’s hard to blame them for making us take off our shoes.

East coast weather affecting SFO travel

The horrendous weather of late on the East of the country has caused delays at SFO for the 2nd time this winter. Washington DCA, Boston Logan and Chicago have also been badly affected.

All Back to Normal After Burst Pipe at Ronald Reagan International Airport Washington D.C.

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It’s easy to see just how quickly the Ronald Reagan International Airport acted to resolve this situation. To have a challenging circumstance during the holiday travel season is tough on travelers – but they certainly reacted quickly and helped everyone get their flights and get where they wanted to be for the holiday season.

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Source: http://washington.bizjournals.com/washington/morning_call/2009/12/reagan_national_airport_open_after_flood.html