Cheap Flights from Boston Logan International to Baltimore Washington International in 2019
Flight information Boston Logan International to Baltimore Washington International
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Average flight time, total distance 369 miles
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Baltimore Washington International
It’s just a quick skip and a hop to cover the 400 miles between Boston and Baltimore. On a direct flight, you’ll spend less than an hour and a half in the air. Your choices for nonstop flights on this route are Jetblue and Southwest, who both operate busy schedules between the cities. Southwest alone often offers up to 9 direct flights a day.
Making your way to Logan Airport
For a big city airport, Logan Airport has little of the crowding and chaos that you usually find at transport hubs of this size. The four terminals are well-laid out, clean, and roomy, connected by a series of moving walkways and shuttle buses. You’ll find free WiFi on offer in all the terminals, as well as a good selection of power sockets.
Finding the airport is easy, with plenty of signs pointing the way, but traffic in Boston can be a killer, so keep an eye on your time. Once you get to the airport, there’s plenty of parking, though it tends towards the expensive side of the scale. Luckily, the public transportation options are cheap and easy to use.
The MBTA runs a Silver Line Service, which is a frequent express bus directly to the airport. It connects with the Red Line at South Station, with just a few stops on the way to Logan. It will take you directly to your terminal, and there is plenty of dedicated luggage space. It’s also possible to take the Blue Line to the airport, just be aware that you’ll need extra time to take the Massport free shuttle from the airport stop to your terminal.
Arriving in Baltimore
With an irresistible blend of non-nonsense working-class roots and the new energy of a cultural rebirth, Baltimore has survived reinvention to emerge as a grounded and sophisticated modern city.
The famous waterfront is one place where Baltimore’s renaissance is most visible. The Inner Harbor area is the city’s heart, where world-class restaurants, shops, and museums fill up with families and young professionals every weekend. This is where you’ll find many of Baltimore’s best museums and attractions. The wonderful Baltimore Aquarium is a must-see, but it’s so outrageously popular that it really pays to book tickets in advance online.
For history buffs, there’s also a floating museum comprised of four decommissioned ships, and the deeply moving Civil War Museum. Midtown is stuffed with lovely old historic buildings and burgeoning cultural institutions, while the Fells Point District is the place to go for a delicious Italian dinner and a night on the town.
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