The Capital’s Airport
Originally named Washington National Airport. Congress adopted the present name to honor President Ronald Reagan in 1998. Located across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C, it is a national airport in Arlington, Virginia. It is the smallest airport in the Washington DC metro area.
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The airport’s small size constrains its capacity, but Reagan National currently serves 91 nonstop destinations. Reagan is a hub for American Airlines. The airport has no United States immigration and customs facilities; the only scheduled international flights at the airport are those from airports with U.S. Customs and Border Protection preclearance facilities, which generally encompasses flights from major airports in Canada and from some destinations in the Caribbean.