According to the Washington, D.C., Convention and Visitors Bureau, Ronald Reagan National Airport was scheduled to reopen for commercial operations on October 4. Shuttle service to New York and Boston will resume on that day, and flights to the other six cities that usually connect with DCA will begin as soon as new security measures are in place. The bureau says this may be as soon as October 4. Flights at DCA will resume in phases over a two-month period; "extraordinary" security measures ...

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