Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (IATA code DCA) is positioned less than 5 km from the business district in central Washington, D.C. in southern direction and is the main commercial airport in Arlington County. Once named simply Washington National Airport, it was named after the former President Ronald Reagan in year 1998. The airport handles more than 18 million passengers and has three terminals connected by free shuttle buses. It is a base for US Airways and from here the US Airways Shuttle offers air shuttle services on almost every hour to Logan Airport in Boston and LaGuardia Airport in New York. The airport offers customs facilities only for the corporate jet traffic and the international flights that can land here are only from airports that have U.S.Customs and Border Protection preclearance. The other international passenger traffic is covered by the Dulles International Airport and Baltimore-Washington International Airport. The onsite airport facilities include a business center, special facilities for the disabled travellers, large parking zone with connection to the terminals, as well as offices of car rental companies. The other terminal facilities include ATM machines, various restaurants and bars, many shops and outlets, as well as a chapel. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport could be reached by bus, by metro rail, by airport shuttle bus, the taxi and by road.

Latitude 38
Longitude 77
Full name Washington
Alternative names Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Address Washington DC 20001, United States
Phone (703) 417 8000
Website http://www.mwaa.com/reagan/reagan.htm
Owner Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority