|Origin Airport IATA Code||BOS|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||BWI|
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There are 334 direct flights each week from Boston to Washington. There is a choice of eight airlines operating this service with American Airlines being the most popular flight provider.
Ther most popular departure point is Boston Logan International, the main air hub in the city, and more than 750,000 passengers leave from here to airports in the Washington area each year.
The three most popular destination airports are Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall, Washington Dulles International and Washington Ronald Reagan. Of the three, Ronald Reagan is the most common destination, with more than 700,000 passengers choosing this route every year.
The flight from Boston to Washington takes approximately one hour and 15 minutes and covers a distance of 393 miles. More than three quarters of a million people take this flight annually, making this is one of the busiest internal flight routes in the US.
Your flight will depart from Boston Logan International, an airport located in the East Boston area of the city. It is the largest airport in the state and 16th busiest in the country. In total, around 34 million passengers fly in and out every year.
The flight path heads to the south west from Boston towards all three of Washington’s airports, passing over the cities of New York and Philadelphia. The route takes you over Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland to the nation’s capital and your final destination.
There are three main arrival airports in Washington and you will be able to select where you land according to budget, convenience and onward travel plans.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is the nearest airport to the city. It’s situated in the county of Arlington, Virginia, around five miles from the downtown area. Handling around 21 million passengers every year, it’s a large airport with excellent transport connections.
Washington Dulles, located around 26 miles from the downtown area, also handles around 21 million passengers a year. However, expansion plans mean this airport is set to grow in the coming years and overtake Ronald Reagan in terms of passenger and air traffic.
A little further from the city is Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall. At around 30 miles to the northeast of the city it is the busiest of the three airports, with around 25 million passengers flying in and out each year.
The flight from Boston to Washington is a short one and so you are unlikely to experience much turbulence in the air. This is good news if you are nervous about flying.
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