Ronald Reagan National Airport is located in Arlington, 3 miles south of the central business district of Washington, D.C. The airport consists of a large Main Terminal, divided into three sections: Terminal A, Terminal B, and Terminal C.
The Metrorail is the subway system serving Washington D.C. metropolitan area. The airport can be reached by the Blue and Yellow lines which are connected to the Concourse of Terminal B and C by pedestrian bridges. Fares with a SmarTrip card are maximum USD 6 depending on your destination. The journey takes about 25 minutes.
Terminal A, before security, main floor, curbside shuttle to Terminal B/C or Parking Garages B and C
Terminal B and C, before security, Concourse level 2, pedestrian bridges in between elevator and escalators
Hours: 05:00-00:00 Mon-Thurs; 05:00-03:00 Fri; 07:00-03:00 Sat; 07:00-00:00 Sun.
Taxi dispatchers are available to help assist passengers. The approximate fares within the District of Columbia are between USD 13 (Capitol Hilton Hotel) and USD 26 (Colonial Park/Aquatic Gardens). Fares do not include the USD 3 airport fee.
Notify a dispatcher if paying by credit card. All District of Columbia taxis are required to take credit cards. If the driver tells you upon arrival at your destination that the machine doesn't work, remind him/her that that is illegal and they either take the card or give you a free ride.
The journey takes 10-15 mintues.
Proceed from any terminal Baggage Claim through the doors to the curbside where taxi lines are clearly marked.
This gate has no air bridge so you will be taking a shuttle bus to the plane. Neither priority boarding nor boarding by zones does apply at this gate. So consider inclement weather if you’ll be flying into or out of Gate 35 or 35X!
Bring an empty water bottle to fill before your flight and avoid high prices for water. A hands-free water fountain can be found in the gate waiting areas. One is confirmed across from Gate 26 in Terminal C.
At first look, CIBO Express Gourmet Markets might look like any other airport deli, but rest assured they're better. They offer quite a few options of vegan, vegetarian, organic and kosher food. Try their sandwiches and salads. There are multiple locations.
Charging stations for computers, phones and other electronic devices are located throughout the airport including the gate areas, restaurants, and baggage claim levels. Just look for the "power up" signage.
Most major car rental companies have offices onsite. Free Parking/Rental Car shuttles stop outside of baggage claim at each terminal to bring passengers to the rental car area. It’s also possible to walk 10 minutes from Terminals A and B, or 15 minutes from Terminal C.
Terminal A, landside, level 1 of Garage A, take pedestrian walkway from centre of terminal
Hours: Vary based on company
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