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Dulles International Airport

Washington Dulles International Airport

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News and Events

Free Bus Rides between Dulles and the Silver Line on July 26 and 27

For two days, Washington Dulles International Airport will offer free rides on its Silver Line Express bus in celebration of one year of easy, direct service between the airport and the Silver Line Metrorail, which opened July 26, 2014. On July 26 and 27, no fares will be collected in either direction, and no coupon is required. Just hop on board and enjoy the free ride!

Discover Dulles for South African Airways

Discover Dulles allows the community to participate in signature events at Washington Dulles International Airport, and get a behind the scenes view to discover how Dulles International Airport operates. On August 3, South African Airways begins the only nonstop service from Washington, Dulles to Accra, Ghana, with continuing service to Johannesburg. Selected guests will have an opportunity to participate in the gate event and then proceed to view the flight departure ceremonial water arch and be in position to see the flight take off!

Dulles International Kicks Off Summer Jazz Jam

Dulles International kicked off it annual Summer Jazz Jam series on July 9. Passengers will hear contemporary, Caribbean and classical jazz in pre-security locations during the series.

Washington Dulles is Your Gateway to the World!

Washington Dulles has more airlines offering flights to more destinations than any other airport in the region. Enjoy nonstop service to 84 domestic and nearly 50 international destinations on your choice of 35 airlines, including plenty of low-fare options. View our list of new airline service and our full list of airlines and book your flight today!
We look forward to seeing you at Washington Dulles on your next trip!

Arts Program News 

"Journey Through Hallowed Ground" is a photographic exhibit about the Civil War era.
The photographs showcase the heritage of the region from Gettysburg through Loudoun County to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello in Charlottesville. Forty-six photographs, many of which were taken by National Geographic cover photographer Kenneth Garrett showcase communities, farms, businesses and heritage sites. The exhibit is on display until June 2015.

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