Airport Snow Information-- MWAA.com/snow
This webpage is updated when winter weather in the Washington, D.C. Region affects airport operations at Reagan National (DCA) or Dulles International (IAD) airports. Please bookmark www.mwaa.com/snow for future reference and follow @Reagan_Airport and @Dulles_Airport on Twitter.
Updated Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 2:00 p.m.:
Reagan National and Dulles International airports are returning to normal operations.
Airlines are beginning to return to their scheduled operations following today's winter weather. Passengers should check directly with their airline to confirm the status of their flight before departing for the airport.
Dulles Update: The snowy weather moved away from Dulles, giving way to sunny skies. The runways at Dulles are open and operating. Airport snow teams are treating surfaces with deicing fluid in anticipation of sub-freezing temperatures expected tonight. Airlines plan to operate their normal schedule going forward this afternoon and evening. A few delays may persist from flights affected earlier today and from weather at other major U.S. airports. We posted some video clips of our snow removal operations on our YouTube page.
Reagan National Update: Snow teams have pretreated runways and remain on standby through the evening and overnight hours. We are monitoring temperatures and will continue to pretreat runways as needed. There are no significant weather delays and few cancellations expected for the afternoon, evening and tomorrow.
Airline Contact Information for Flight Status Updates or Rebooking
Below are links to all of our airlines, including websites and contact numbers. In general during peak demand, service will be faster when using the airline's website or mobile app versus a phone call:
For a look at delays at major U.S. Airports as reported by the FAA, please see this link.