Through March, film crews will be seen documenting the lives of Southwest Airlines employees and passengers, according to an article in the Maryland Gazette.
The show, which is yet to be named, will appear on TLC and aims to give viewers a look behind the scenes of the airline operations and tell the stories of customers who get "caught up in unusual situations," the Gazette reported.
"All operations for AirTran Airways [shifted] from Concourse D at BWI Marshall Airport to the Terminal A/B facility, home of Southwest Airlines. Southwest formally closed on its acquisition of AirTran in May 2011," according to a press release from airport spokesman Jonathan Dean.
Now all of the airlines' crew members have the opportunity to be seen on the show. The four-person crew is typically in the airport five days a week, gathering footage for the show, according to the Gazette.
In 2004, A&E aired a reality show called Airline that focused on the lives of Southwest employees and passengers.