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 Dallas-based 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 ...

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