Planning underway for $26M BWI air traffic control tower

06/20/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport needs to replace its 30-year-old air traffic control tower, says the Federal Aviation Administration, and the process for getting a new tower in place has begun. The new tower, whose site hasn't yet been determined, will cost a minimum of $26 million and be about 228 feet tall.

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