DCA Flight Restrictions

In: Maps Politics Source: Washington Post

7 Jul 2010

Ever wonder why you can’t fly directly into Washington’s DCA airport (which is on the metro and only 15 minutes away from downtown, and have to fly into BWI or IAD instead (45 minutes away, if you’re lucky)?  It’s all based on agreements with the Virginia locals on how many long distance flights are allowed to land. Congress is considering stretching that boundary a bit (which I am in complete favor of). Related article.


1 Response to DCA Flight Restrictions



July 7th, 2010 at 9:58 am

That is actually a really bad chart. I have no idea what it means.

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