- Organisation Type:
- +1 703-417-8792
- United States
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Washington Dulles International Airport is the international gateway for the Washington, DC region to the world.
Dulles serves as a hub for both domestic and international passenger and cargo traffic.
Dulles has one of the largest airport campuses on the East Coast at 11,830 acres (4,787 hectares) with great opportunities for continued growth.
A unique feature is the largest on-airport fuel farm directly connected to the major pipeline serving the East Coast from the U.S. Gulf, enabling much lower fuel handling costs than other East Coast airports.
- Number of Terminals:
- Main Terminal for Ticketing, Baggage Claim & limited passenger gates; 4 Concourses for Passenger Operations
- Urban population:
- 8.5 Million in the Washington-Baltimore Region (CSA)
- Total Catchment Population:
- 10 Million within a 2-hour drive
- Number of Runways:
- 4 Runways: 1L/9R - 9,400 feet; 1C/19C -11,500 feet; 1R/19L - 11,500 feet; 12/30 - 10,500 feet.
- Length of main runway (m):
- 3505.2 meters
- Operational Opening Hours:
- 24 hours
- Owned by U.S. DOT; Managed by Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
- Number of Direct Destinations:
- As of March 2013: 49 international and 86 domestic US
- List of Top 5 airlines:
- Dom: United, Delta, American, Southwest & JetBlue; Intl: United, Lufthansa, Avianca/TACA,British Airways, ANA
- Passenger Numbers (mppa):
- CY 2012: 22.4 Million; 6.7 Intl; 15.7 Dom
- Cargo Tonnes (p.a.):
- CY 2012: 267,865 tonnes
- Number of Serving Airlines:
- 25 International; 8 Domestic US
- Aircraft Parking Stands:
- 16 Hardstand Locations