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Hilton Washington Dulles Airport (IAD) is the main airport serving Washington, D.C. and the Dulles Corridor, which includes Northern Virginia and western Maryland. The airport has a single three-level passenger terminal with one jet bridge designed to handle wide-body international airliners as well as domestic terminals without jet bridges. The main terminal also includes a car rental facility and Pier 7 with ferry service to Alexandria, Virginia.
The airport is named after John Foster Dulles, the American diplomat and Eisenhower-appointed Secretary of State under President Dwight D. Eisenhower from 1953 to 1959. The Dulles Toll Road runs east–west adjacent to the airport. The Dulles Access Road provides access to the airport from Virginia.
Dulles lies in close proximity to Washington, D.C, and has been used as a primary connection point between Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia and Baltimore due to the airports proximity to Washington and Baltimore. The Dulles Metro station is located at the end of a guideway on the Orange Line between Rosslyn station on the Blue Line and L'Enfant Plaza on the Green Line of the Washington Metro system.
unique features include a reflecting pool, a grove of trees with a gazebo and picnic area, and Korte's Woods, home to indigenous wildlife and plant species.
The terminal has three concourses: A-C. The authority's master plan calls for the extension of Concourse A eastward by 2025. As of now, there are no firm plans in place to extend any other concourse buildings or construct additional buildings at the airport.
In conclusion, this airport is very large and has many different amenities to offer. This airport is a major international terminal, so it has many different food selections and activities to offer. The airport also has a wide variety of shops and restaurants to offer. In conclusion, this is a very large airport.