Construction Advisories

Project Journey is preparing for construction to ramp in fall 2017. There are currently no major passenger impacts on passengers.

Most customers who fly at Reagan National will be minimally impacted by Project Journey construction activities. Airlines and flights will continue operating throughout the project, with the usual services and amenities. Changes will be implemented in phases and announced here. In the meantime, passengers are invited to become more familiar with the project, its major milestones and key benefits. Be among the first to know about upcoming changes by subscribing to Project Journey advisories and updates.

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Project Journey is a multi-year $1 billion construction program that will eliminate busing from Gate 35X and increase post-security connectivity within Terminal B/C at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Select from the options below to receive the latest updates as we work to transform the passenger experience.

About Project Journey

Project Journey is a multi-year $1 billion construction program that will transform the passenger experience at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). In 2021, the cramped and inefficient facility at Gate 35X will be replaced by a spacious, 14-gate Commuter Concourse with inviting seating areas, shops, restaurants and an American Airlines Admirals Club. New, relocated and expanded security checkpoints to be opened in 2020 will allow ticketed passengers to freely move around Terminal B/C, relieving congestion, expanding shopping and dining options and enhancing the overall customer experience.