- Construction starts on first de-icing pad adjacent to Runway 15R. The pad was partially completed and used for limited de-icing fluid collection during the winter of 1994-1995.
- First section (4.4-miles) of the 12.6-mile BWI Bike Trail opens in July. Built largely with federal funds, the trail links community resources and employers on the East Side of the airport.
- Mass Transit Administration breaks ground on multi-story-parking garage for BWI Rail Station.
- BWI breaks ground on $27.6 million expansion to extend Pier C, bringing six additional domestic gate positions to the terminal. Southwest Airlines Co. signs up for all six new gate positions.
- Airfield capacity at BWI boosted with completion of extension to Commercial Runway 10/28. The 10,500-foot expansion enables the airport to handle long-haul air traffic in most weather conditions.
- Construction begins on $140-million international terminal to handle projected traffic increases into the 21st century. The new wing will add six gates, more ticket counter space, and expands the existing U.S. Customs and Immigration and Naturalization Service facilities.
- Over 12.8 million passengers served by BWI Airport in 1994, an all-time high nearly 36 percent more than the previous year.