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MWAA - Washington National Airport

When Bill Cosby, Julia Roberts, Denzel Washington, Fortune 500 CEOs, and members of the US Congress fly into Washington, D.C., they fly directly into the arms of Tradewinds International. Why?

Since 1990, Tradewinds has been responsible for total facilities management of the operations at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport's (DCA) General Aviation Terminal (GAT), under a contract with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA). With 11,000 flights a year, it is the busiest GAT terminal in the world. More importantly, its clientele is the most demanding in the world.

Twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year, DCA is open for business to support the network of private aircraft who need to be in the center of action of the Capitol of the Free World at a moment's notice.

Whether the visiting VIP is a Head of State, a Hollywood mogul or the Chairman of the Board of a FORTUNE 50 Company, Tradewinds (and its teaming partners) handle all the details ... making sure the limousines are ready, the conference rooms are stocked with gourmet coffee and fresh fruit, the best caterers are in place, the aircraft is professionally serviced, and most importantly - the event is discreet, and the privacy complete.

By combining an exceptionally talented, trained staff with an atmosphere conducive for conducting discrete meetings, and a passion for "world class service", it is no surprise to Tradewinds' Senior Management that the operation at DCA has been the recipient of the prestigious "Number One" ranking by Professional Pilot Magazine, every year since 1996, for amongst all operators of Private Aviation Facilities across the United States.