Tomorrow morning, June 17, all operations for Air Canada will shift from the International Terminal at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall) to Concourse D. Air Canada flights will operate from Gate D7. The airline’s ticketing will take place on the upper level of the terminal, between concourses C and D.
The move of Air Canada to Concourse D will help accommodate a number of forthcoming terminal expansion and improvement projects. BWI Marshall is currently moving forward with the design of the D/E Connector program. Design work for the program is expected to be completed later this summer.
The multi-phase development program will offer improved services for passengers while supporting future international growth. The D/E Connector program will: create a new security checkpoint to serve domestic and international travelers, construct a new secure connector between Concourse D and Concourse E, and configure airline gates to support additional international flights.