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What's New?

Washington Flyer Bus will Relocate to Connect to Silver Line

When Metrorail's Silver Line begins service July 26, Metrorail will be closer to Dulles than ever. The existing Washington Flyer Coach bus will be replaced by the Silver Line Express and will move closer to the airport with more frequent service, providing nonstop service between Dulles and the Silver Line's Wiehle-Reston East station. Your total trip cost from anywhere in the Metrorail system to Dulles will be $11 or less.

Summer Jazz Series

Washington Dulles International will host a series of summer jazz performances from Thursday, July 17-Thursday, August 14 to offer passengers additional entertainment and opportunities to de-stress as they travel through the airport. The performances, which are pre-security, are open to the public. Read more about the music series here.

New Airlines and Nonstop Flights this Summer at Dulles

Want to get away? Check out the new air service coming to Dulles and book your flight today!
  • United - Seasonal daily service to Madrid began June 5
  • Air China - New airline with four nonstop flights per week to Beijing began June 10
  • Frontier - New airline making Dulles a focus city with 72 nonstop flights per week to 15 U.S. destinations. Service begins in August, September and October.
  • British Airways - Service to London will upgrade to a new Airbus A380 aircraft this fall. 

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New Food and Shops Coming Soon

Many changes are on the way this year as new stores and restaurants land at Dulles International Airport, transforming the shopping and dining experience for passengers. The extensive redevelopment will improve choices for travelers, offering more healthy food options and bringing iconic restaurants like Chef Geoff's and District ChopHouse to the airport. Click here to keep track of the latest developments at IAD!

Enroll Today for Unlimited Parking with Dulles FlexPark

Dulles FlexPark offers unlimited parking for one monthly payment. Depending on the level of service selected, members can park in General spaces or Reserved spaces in premium locations. Do you park at Dulles frequently? Your individual or corporate FlexPark account will save money! The FlexPark access card also provides quick, easy access at the entry and exit gate and streamlined account maintenance online. Click here for full program description and enrollment information.

Getting to Dulles is Easier than Ever

There are plenty of ways to get to Dulles, and the options continue to expand. And beginning July 26, 2014, Metrorail will be closer to Dulles than ever. Whether you are driving to one of our 24,000 parking spaces, taking a taxi, train, van or bus, getting to Dulles is easier than ever. Click here to view options and fares

Arts Program News 

  • Down By the River: Showcases more than 40 photographs taken along the Potomac River by the f11 Women's Photography Collective. The images provide views of the river as seen in West Virginia, Maryland and Virginia. The photos will be on display in Gateway Gallery in the connecting walkway between AeroTrain C-Gates and C Concourse until May 30.
  • "Wonder of Wonders" by artist Yuriko Yamaguchi was recently installed near the airport's A-Gates AeroTrain Station. The permanent abstract artwork, cast in bronze in a variety of mettalic hues, is specially mounted into place to accent the walkway leading to the A Concourse.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Daily Garage #2

Four electric vehicle charging stations installed in Daily Parking Garage #2 at Dulles International Airport are open for FREE usage as part of a pilot program. Each charging station can accommodate two vehicles, for a total of eight parking spaces. The spaces are conveniently located near the Main Terminal walkway and are reserved for “electric vehicles only” with special signage. Click here for more details.

Volunteer at Your Local Airports!

There is a need for volunteers to work with Travelers Aid at Dulles International and Reagan National Airports. You can also choose to be a Mobile Guide, a service in which you scout for travelers with questions and assist them. If you can spare 3 1/2 to 4 hours a week and would like to help air travelers, please contact Travelers Aid:

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