"Your Guide to Washington, DC-Area Airports" out in the "Washingtonian" last week

Among other reasons to fly through Washington, DC... sunrises over the city when taking off from the south at DCA are unreal.

Washingtonian magazine was out last week with a neat Your Guide to Washington, DC-Area Airports that we want to share. We've made no secret of our love for Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), we think one of the nation's very best, but there's great history and interesting things happening in the near future for travelers through America's capital city at Dulles International (IAD) and Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) airports as well. Locals and passers through read on.

Washington is, of course, unique as home to three major airports (though BWI is "shared" with the city of Baltimore). In the United States, we know of only New York City that is served by three airports with at least 20 million annual passengers each. Links to each of the Washingtonian mini-pieces are below, but if you're in a hurry we recommend you at least hit this piece about big changes coming to DC-area airports that will make travel much easier.