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Baltimore to Petersburg Flights

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Baltimore and Petersburg airports and terminals

Airports in Baltimore MD, US
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    Baltimore Airport (BWI)

    Distance from City Center: 8.3 miles

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Airports in Petersburg AK, US
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    Petersburg Municipal Airport (PSG)

    Distance from City Center: 3.7 miles

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    Wrangell SPB (WRG)

    Distance from City Center: 27.4 miles

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Flights to Petersburg

Airports in Baltimore

Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport serves the city of Baltimore. The airport is generally referred to as BWI and is located approximately 10 miles south of Baltimore. The budget travel planning tool on Orbitz.com makes it fast and easy to search for cheap flights from Baltimore. Several airlines serve the airport, including American Airlines, The American Eagle Network, AirTran Airways, Southwest Airlines, Delta, US Airways, Jet Blue, and Cape Air. The airport is named for Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American to serve on the Supreme Court and a native of Baltimore.

Parking at the Baltimore Airport

Hourly, daily, express, and long-term parking options are available at the Baltimore Airport. The most convenient and closest parking near the airport's terminal is available at the hourly garage at a rate of $2.00 for the first 30 minutes and at a maximum daily rate of $22.00. The daily garage is served by a shuttle bus and is available at a daily rate of $12.00 per day. Express parking offers travelers the option of being picked up by a shuttle at their parking spaces at a rate of $10.00 per day. Long-term parking is available at a rate of $8.00 per day.

Transportation at the Baltimore Airport

The airport is served by Bus Route 17 on the Maryland Transit Administration. The BW Rail Station is another option and is located approximately one mile from the airport. The airport is also served by Amtrak. Travel time via the train is approximately 10 minutes from Penn Station and 35 minutes from Union Station in Washington, D.C. Car rental services are also available at the airport, and travelers can use Orbitz.com to book budget car rental services in advance.

Restaurants at the Baltimore Airport

Travelers who wish to enjoy a light snack or meal prior to their flight will find that there are several choices available. There are also several breakfast and coffee options at the Baltimore Airport, including Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks Coffee. Orbitz.com makes it easy to locate cheap flights from Baltimore by searching several airlines at the same time.

Airports in Petersburg

Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport is serviced by Alaska Airlines. This publicly owned airport has daily flights to and from Juneau. There are also other public flights that operate on an irregular schedule. You can find discount domestic flights to Petersburg on Orbitz.com, which searches for available flights to meet your needs.

Transportation from Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport

When you leave Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport, you will do so either by chartering a plane or asking a local to take you to the city, which is one mile northwest of the airport. From there, you can rent a car in the city. Some rental car companies offer shuttle service from the airport for people who have rental car reservations. You can make rental car reservations on Orbitz.com as part of a package deal when you make your flight reservations.

Weather in Petersburg

During the summer months, daytime highs are usually around 60 degrees Fahrenheit, while nighttime lows dip just below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Because of this, a jacket or light coat is necessary. During the winter months, daytime highs are usually between 30 degrees Fahrenheit and 40 degrees Fahrenheit with nighttime lows dropping down to between 20 degrees Fahrenheit and 30 degrees Fahrenheit. If you travel during the winter months, a thick jacket with a warm hat and gloves are necessary.

Petersburg's Major Attractions

Once flights to Petersburg land, visitors can enjoy watching whales, kayaking or simply enjoy nature's beauty in the area. The Petersburg Visitor Information Centre is a good place to find a host who can tell you about special events you can attend during your trip.