If you've ever flown to Washington D.C., chances are good that you landed at Dulles and not Ronald Reagan airport. After my first flight, I was thankful to see the runway.
Unlike our flight at GSP airport, we just walked to the ground when we got off the plane.
Our luggage was on racks. We had "carry-on" luggage but on a small plane, you can't fit any of the ones with wheels under the seats or on the top... bummer.
Dulles is a pretty big airport with many halls and restaurants.
It took us quite some time to figure out how to get out of there. You really have to take this mini underground metro that goes around the airport.
But eventually we made it outside to wait on our Uber. This was my mother's first time using an Uber/Lyft, so she learned how convenient it really is. They really have made taxis obsolete, though a good chunk of Gen X and Baby Boomers cling on to the taxi system over paranoid fears. Once the majority of the Baby Boomers die out in a few decades, I'm pretty sure taxi companies will virtually all close up shop. Unless Congress or state governments step up in the name of...."capitalism".