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Cheap round-trip flights to Maryland

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Why You Should Fly to Maryland

Maryland is a small state with a big personality, encompassing iconic landmarks, bustling cities and dramatic coastlines.

Explore the areas around the Chesapeake Bay and Eastern Shore or go hiking in the Appalachian Mountains. The state combines rural and urban areas, as well as northern and southern attitudes, which is why it’s often known as ‘America in Miniature’.


When to Book Flights to Maryland

The cities of the eastern part of the state, including Baltimore and Maryland, experience hot and humid summers with mild winters. However, on the interior western part of the state, the mountains get cold winters with many inches of snow.Guide-Flights

In general, the spring time brings milder weather all around and there are fewer tourists at this time. That means there is a good combination of conditions and affordable flights and accommodation. The same is true in the fall, after the high tourism season has peaked and temperatures have dropped off to a more comfortable level.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Maryland

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You can also search on other days and airports to see if there’s a better deal available: use the ‘Nearby airports’ and ‘Show flexible dates’ buttons to see how much more you could save.

To narrow your search to flights departing at certain times of the day or with a specific selection of airlines there’s the filter menus on the left side of the page.Guide-Flights


Main Airports in Maryland

  • Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)

This is the largest airport in the state by some margin and the primary air hub serving the Baltimore metropolitan area. It’s located around nine miles outside of the city but also serves as a transport hub for the city of Washington. Around 25 million passengers a year pass through its doors, making it one of the 25 busiest airports in the US.

  • Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)

Located just outside the state boundary in Washington DC, this airport still offers convenient access to much of Maryland including Baltimore. More than 20 million people a year use the airport, with around 60,000 passengers a day flying in and out.

  • Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)

Another airport located in the city of Washington, but also offering good access to many onward destinations in Maryland, Ronald Reagan is a fortress hub for American Airlines which offer hourly shuttle services to both Boston and New York.


Which Airlines Fly to Maryland?

A choice of cheap flights to Maryland are offered by a range of carriers, including:

  • American Eagle
  • Delta
  • JetBlue
  • Southwest
  • United Airlines

How to Get to and Around Maryland

From both Baltimore and Washington airports there are several onward travel options. Rental cars are available from multiple agencies in the dedicated centers at each airport. Maryland is served by several main interstate highways, including the 68 and 70 which both travel east to west. Interstates 81, 83, 95 and 97 are the major north-south options.

Other travel options in the state include train, with Amtrak services connecting Aberdeen, Baltimore, Cumberland, Salisbury and more. The Maryland Transit Authority also runs local bus, light rail and subway services across the state.


Places to Visit in Maryland

Baltimore

This historic city is a popular tourist destination, renowned for its seafood and famed baseball park, Camden Yards. It lies on the juncture of the Chesapeake Bay and the presence of several major universities gives it a young and vibrant edge. Visit the Inner Harbor where you’ll find most of the major museums and Fell Point, with its great nightlife and eating options.

Eastern Shore

Maryland is part of the Delmarva Peninsula, which it shares with Delaware and Virginia. It’s an area rich in history and culture, with the historic town of Cambridge a real highlight. You can also visit the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center here.

Annapolis

The state capital and a quaint, small city with a thriving shopping and restaurant scene. Head to the waterfront for most of the tourist action or wander the brick lined streets, where most of the buildings date to the 17th and 18th centuries.


Tips for Traveling in Maryland

Maryland is on Eastern Time and has seasonal variations during the year for Daylight Saving.

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