IAD - Washington Dulles International Airport, Washington, DC, United States

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1 Be prepared to meet a crowd on Sunday and weekday mornings from 5:30 am to 8 a.m.. Also late afternoons from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
2 Although there are 24 lanes at the two checkpoints located at the mezzanine level , a third smaller checkpoint is at the baggage claim level that you can use to get through quickly. Check the display boards for wait time information at mezzanine checkpoints before you head there.
3 Check your airline and TSA status to see if speedy TSA PreCheck is available to you.
4 The economy lot is very affordable at $10 per day. Shuttles take you to the terminals.
5 Valet parking is available for your convenience at $30/first 24 hours then $19/day. It costs $36/day for hourly parking. there are 4 electric-vehicle charging stations which accommodates eight vehicles, at the Daily Garage #2 close to the Main Terminal walkway.
6 There are no amenities and no flight display boards at the cellphone lot which is located at the intersection of Rudder Road and Autopilot Drive. you can call (703) 572-6240 for info.
7 Most affordable mode of transportation to leave the airport is Washington Flyer bus to West Falls Church Metrorail Station for $10 plus the Metro fare. for approximately an hour. The Express Metrobus 5A D.C.'s L'Enfant Plaza costs $6 for an hour ride time.
8 Free wireless Internet service is available as well as power outlets/charging stations throughout the airport.
9 If you are on layover, take a ten minute ride to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center at the Airport which has many aviation and space artifacts. You and your family will enjoy seeing the Space Shuttle Enterprise and the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird, the fastest jet in the world. It's only fifty cents on the Virginia Regional Transit bus.
10 There are both indoor and outdoor pet relief areas across the airport.

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