- The Washington Times - Wednesday, June 13, 2007

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Travelers should expect long lines and delays as airlines try to get back on track after hundreds of flights nationwide were canceled and delayed by stormy weather. Click here for more details.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration’s Web site, all three District-area airports, Baltimore Washington International, Reagan National and Washington Dulles International, are experiencing delays.

Average gate delays at Baltimore-Washington International Airport and Reagan National Airport are at least 15 minutes.

But Washington Dulles International Airport is experiencing heavier departure delays, with some pushed back as much as 45 minutes.



According to the FAA, all travelers who are flying today should check with their individual airlines for further information on delays and cancellations.

The FAA’s section for flight delay information is here.

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