- SuperShuttle initiates ground transportation service to Baltimore, Annapolis and Washington D.C.
- First de-icing pad complete, accommodating simultaneous de-icing for up to five commercial jet aircraft, included is a 600,000-gallon storage tank and transmission pipeline between the de-icing pad and tank. Construction on second de-icing pad, adjacent to Runway 15L/33, begins.
- First new gates of Pier C expansion in use, renovations continue.
- BWI Observation Gallery officially opens to the public with enthusiastic response to the Gallery and the Smithsonian Museum Shop.
- Phase Two of the BWI Bike Trail opens to public; Tom Dixon Aircraft Observation Area, on Dorsey Road, re-opens with paved parking, rest room facilities and bike racks.
- United Airlines adds daily non-stop service to San Francisco, with connections to Hong Kong, Osaka, Seoul, Taipei and Tokyo.
- Total passenger traffic at BWI reaches nearly 13.2 million, eclipsing the previous mark set in 1994. The combined commercial passenger increases of 2.7 percent at BWI, in 1995, exceed the 1.4 percent growth rate reported for U.S. airline traffic nationwide, as reported by the Air Transport Association (ATA).