LINTHICUM, Md. - A few flights left the airport before 9 a.m. on Monday, but more than 200 flights have been canceled at BWI Monday. The airport is still open though said airport spokesperson Jonathan Dean.
If you have a scheduled flight Tuesday or Wednesday, call your airline to check if your flight is canceled. Individual carriers will decide which flights will be canceled.
Most of the major airline (including US Airways, AirTran, and Southwest) carriers are waiving change fees. For more information on your flight, contact your carrier.
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