Dulles is very large geographically and is in the middle of nowhere well west of Washington, D.C. All that contributes to make operations here relatively easy.
Summer: UTC -4 EDT (Summer)
Winter: UTC -5 EST (Winter)
There are four very long runway with an ILS at the end of all but Runway 30. There is a lot of commercial and corporate traffic and even more vehicular traffic when transiting from one side to another via the B, C, D, or E taxiways.
The KIAD/KDFW/KBWI Class B is massive and there are special DC flight area procedures that impact operations at all area aiports. (See Jeppesen Advisory pages 10-1B1 through 10-1B3.
Landing north, Runway 01C is preferred. Tower expects you to exit the runway quickly, the Y4 highspeed will serve you well.
Landing on Runway 01R may not be a bad option, depending on how busy the airline ramp is. You will be probably be sent west via taiway B.
Landing on Runway 19L will probably delay your arrival at Landmark between five and ten minutes, depending on how busy the airline ramp is.
Landing on Runway 19C is optimal.
Landing on Runway 19R isn't as bad as it may first seem, you won't have much traffic on the way to the ramp.
Runway 30 is your most likely departure runway.
Leaving the Landmark ramp, ground control expects aircraft to position themselves just short of taxiway Z1 with the transponder on prior to the taxi call. Runway 30 is the normal departure runway when departing west or north: (Click here for video)
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