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What is DCA Airport?
DCA Airport is originally known as 'Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport' owned and operated by Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA), the United States based airport authority. The airport generally serves Washington Metropolitan Area and a main hub of US Airways, one of the largest airlines of the United States.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport opened its door for public on 16th of June 1941 and currently covers about 860 acres area including 733 acres on land and 127 acres underwater. The airport has nearly 44 gates including thirty five in Terminal B/C and nine in Terminal A. Every day the airport handles number of long-haul and short-haul flights such as Air Canada, Air Tran, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta
Airlines, Delta Frontier, Jet
Blue and various others. In addition to this, the airport operates various nonstop destination flights.
Facilities and Amenities
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is fully equipped with several essential facilities and amenities like bank, ATM, international currency exchange, Ground Transportation, Parking, Shopping and Dining, etc. On the other hand, the airport is directly linked with region's Metro
rail system, through Terminal B/C. According to Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority's report 2012, the airport has been served more than 19.7 million visitors and passengers.