Airports in Maryland
Air traffic of Maryland airports is centered around Baltimore Airport. It is the only bigger airport in Maryland, handling more than 10 million passengers per year. Other two airports are regional, offering domestic flights by either Allegiant Air or American Eagle. Therefore, if you’re planing a trip to Maryland, it’s likely you will fly into Baltimore. However, we’ve also included a small map of airports in other, neighboring US states. Most notably, the ones in Virginia could be a good alternative, in case Baltimore is not your primary option. Also, make sure to check the map of airports in Maryland at the end of the post.
List of airports
Baltimore–Washington International Airport – IATA Code – BWI (~ 27 M Passengers)
Baltimore-Washington Airport is an international airport on the East Coast, located 14 km from Baltimore and 48 km from Washington D.C. It primarily serves Baltimore city, but is formally known as one of three airports serving the D.C. area. Although it offers international flights, most routes are with domestic cities. Southwest Airlines and Spirit handle the majority of air traffic at BWI Marshall. As for the ground transportation, BWI offers enough options. MTA Transit and Amtrak have regular bus/train lines, with standard amenities like taxis and shuttles also available.
Hagerstown Regional Airport – IATA Code – HGR
- Nearby city(s): Hagerstown (7 km)
- Airline(s): Allegiant Air
Salisbury–Ocean City–Wicomico Airport
- Also Called: Salisbury Regional Airport
- Nearby city(s): Salisbury (8 km)
- Airline(s): American Eagle
Airports in neighboring states
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