Fire & Rescue at Washington Dulles International Airport



DFC Scott Legore

Deputy Fire Chief

Scott Legore

Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is located in Chantilly, VA on 12,000 acres of land and is twenty-six miles from downtown Washington, DC.

The Fire & Rescue Department provides emergency services at Washington Dulles International Airport.  There are 84 uniformed personnel assigned to three shifts.  Personnel provide a wide range of services including:  aircraft rescue and firefighting, structural firefighting, emergency medical services-both basic and advanced life support, and hazardous materials response.  Three fire stations serve the airport:

  • Fire Station 302 is the south side station.  Apparatus includes foam units, medic units, a tower ladder, twin agent units, specialized apparatus and the shift commander. 
  • Fire Station 303 is the north side structural station.  Apparatus includes engines, a medic unit and the EMS supervisor.  
  • Fire Station 304 is the north side ARFF station and houses foam units.