A United Express Embraer E175 after rotation. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Craig Fischer)

Washington’s Dulles International Airport’s Preliminary Plans to Build New Concourse with United Airlines

Washington's Dulles International Airport may receive a new concourse by 2025 to replace the airport's Concourse A regional gates, according to a letter from the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, viewed by AirlineGeeks.  The airport's Concourse A regional gates were first built in 1999 as an $18 million regional concourse for Atlantic Coast Airlines, a regional operator for the airport's United Airlines hub. Later on, amid United's bankruptcy in 2002, the airline became…