JetBlue, which temporarily suspended its service at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport in April 2020 due to the global pandemic, is the latest airline to resume service. Several airlines resumed service at the airport in recent months including Condor, Air Canada and British Airways.

In addition to resuming airline service, three new airlines have launched at BWI Marshall this year: PLAY, Icelandair, and Avelo Airlines. 
Passenger traffic continues to rebound at BWI Marshall, reaching 18.8 million passengers in 2021, an increase of 68 percent compared to 2020. Cargo shipments at BWI Marshall grew to more than 618 million pounds in 2021, a new annual record.

BWI Marshall Airport recently reopened the Express Parking lot, another indication of recovering passenger and airline traffic. Several major capital projects are now underway at the airport.