Southwest Airlines chairman and CEO Gary Kelly joined Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and state transportation leaders to announce plans for the airline to construct and operate a major aircraft maintenance facility at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). The project—which will be the airline’s first maintenance facility in the Northeast—is expected to create 450 construction and maintenance jobs over the next three years, as well as support ...


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