Simply stated, the marriage between BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and Southwest Airlines resulting in one long, successful trip is a fitting metaphor. Period.
Did you know you can access some of the cutting-edge technology developed at the National Security Agency (NSA), with more than 200 patented technologies available for license?
If you provide services to, or do business with, Fort Meade customers, ensuring you and your employees are pre-registered to access the installation can save your company a considerable amount of time and money.
Tami Howie replaced Kris Valerio last fall as executive director for the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council (CRTC), which is based out of a new home on Admiral Cochran Drive, Annapolis. Shehas spent the last 20 years helping tech startups to become public companies and continue growing.
Yes, you’ve recognized him — that’s then-Maj. Dwight Eisenhower.
With more than 35 hotels to choose from, the BWI/Arundel Mills region of Anne Arundel County is a popular destination for business travelers and sporting events promoters who want quick access to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport — as well as with cost-conscious Baltimore-bound vacationers.
Today, as it has for many years, the BWI Business Partnership brings together many of the region’s leaders, from businesses, government and health care, to educational and cultural institutions and nonprofits.
With its airline partners offering more than 600 daily flights from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport to 80 domestic and international destinations, the facility’s impact on the regional economy continues to grow.
BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport set a new all-time passenger record in 2015 by serving more than 23.8 million passengers, with the rising tide of international traffic driving the growth.
“Twenty years from now, we will be viewed as the leaders in this new frontier of cyber.”