Connected. Involved. Effective. Imagine the Dulles Economic Corridor Without Dulles Airport. Dulles brings big business to Northern Virginia. It brings hundreds of thousands of tourists and other visitors every year. It brings people and products together. And it provides fast, convenient access to world markets.
Dulles International Airport is Northern Virginia’s economic lifeline and the members of the Committee for Dulles have recognized that for half a century. Although we know the airport is clearly here to stay, its full potential is by no means guaranteed. That is, and will continue to be, our commitment. This is additional content
CFD June 20 Luncheon
Thursday June 20, 11:30-1:30pm
Traditionally, the Committee for Dulles has invited the President and CEO of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) to provide a yearly update and outlook for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. Join us at our June 2019 luncheon where John E. (Jack) Potter has once again generously agreed to provide this year's update.
It's been another busy year for the Airports Authority and Dulles Airport.
Dulles International Airport saw more than 24 million passengers travel through the National Capital Region’s gateway to the world last year. Looking forward to 2019, numbers at Dulles International are expected to get another upward bump with new airlines and routes, including United Airlines nonstop service to Tel Aviv, Israel, Alitalia nonstop service to Rome and TAP Portugal, nonstop service to Lisbon, Portugal.
Join us to learn more about what's in store for the "Nation's Airports".
Register Here Celebrating 50 Years
The Committee for Dulles was founded in 1966, four years after the opening of Washington Dulles International Airport. In 2016, we celebrated 50 years of dedication to the growth and success of our airports. The year-long celebration culminated in the Celebrate Dulles gala on November 11, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Dulles.
The 50th Anniversary Subcommittee presented a power point highlighting the past 50 years of CFD history at the monthly luncheon.
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Stay current and chart the future in a collegial atmosphere.
The Committee for Dulles provides the only significant opportunity for businesses, organizations and concerned individuals who depend on the Dulles Economic Corridor to stay current with up-to-the-minute, first-hand knowledge about the issues affecting the airport’s daily operation and future prospects. And to play a vital role in the outcomes.