Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood (BWI) Marshall Airport in Maryland recorded its busiest June on record after 2,347,077 travelers passed through its terminals, marking a 7.6% increase over the previous June record. It is the twelfth consecutive month of record-breaking growth at the airport.
Larry Hogan, governor of Maryland, said, “BWI Marshall Airport is an important transportation resource, a crucial economic development engine, and an invaluable asset for the entire state of Maryland. The continued growth and new records at BWI reflect our strong economy in Maryland, and our administration will continue to find ways to encourage this success.”
Over the past twelve months, total passenger traffic at BWI Marshall has climbed 8.4% to 24.7 million, a new fiscal year record. International passengers increased by approximately 15% in June.
Ricky Smith, CEO for BWI Marshall, said, “With new airline service and low airfares, our passenger traffic continues to reach new heights. We are committed to a high level of customer service to meet the needs of travelers throughout the Washington-Baltimore region.”