BALTIMORE — The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved a contract that would bring Minute Suites to the BWI airport.
The suites offer private rooms for passengers to relax, nap or work before a flight or during a layover. The company currently has six locations at four airports and now, following this contract approval, there will be five relaxation and workstation rooms at BWI.
Construction of the Minute Suites is scheduled to begin this fall.
“We work hard to provide excellent customer service and amenities for our passengers,” said Ricky Smith, Executive Director of BWI Marshall Airport. “Minute Suites will offer a private, relaxing space for our passengers to work or rest before a flight. This unique service will improve the travel experience.”