Passengers navigate the maze of stantions on their way to a Transportation Security Administration screening area at Baltimore Washington International Airport. Photograph by Getty Images
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Flying in or out of BWI for the upcoming holiday and worried about gifts?
The airmall at BWI has you covered.
As of Monday and until December 24, the airmall at BWI is offering travelers complimentary gift wrapping on all items purchased at the airmall. As a part of the giving season, the airmall will also make a $1 donation to the Maryland Veterans Trust Fund (up to $5,000) for every gift wrapped.
"At Airmall, we're aiming to take the stress out of the holiday season while also donating to a cause that benefits our local veterans," said Brett Kelly, vice president of Airmall Maryland.
Kelly hopes travelers will be able to cross names off their holiday shopping lists with the help of Airmall brand-name stores that offer "regular mall pricing."
The gift wrapping station is located in the concourse A/B food court and is open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.
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