Cheap Flights from Baltimore Washington International to Boston Logan International in 2019

Flight information Baltimore Washington International to Boston Logan International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 369 miles

1h 19min

Most popular airline last month

Southwest Airlines

Boston Logan International

1 airport

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The country’s largest independent city is situated close to Chesapeake Bay, next to the Patapsco River. One of America’s oldest municipalities (with a founding year of 1729), Baltimore is the second-largest seaport and closest of any on the East Coast to a Midwestern transportation market.

Massachusetts’ capital can be found 360 miles to the Northeast of the departure city; with direct flights from Baltimore to Boston averaging 1 hour and 17 minutes with AirTran Airways and JetBlue Airways. The latter carrier tends to offer the fastest, non-stop routes between the two destinations.


Enjoy the “Best Food and Beverage” while waiting to depart

As of just quite recently, Baltimore/Washington International has moved up in the ranks, and is now considered the largest airport in its corresponding metropolitan area regarding annual passenger traffic. Beating out Washington Dulles and Ronald Reagan, it is a focal flight zone for Southwest Airlines.

The airfield, which is located 10 miles south of downtown Baltimore, saw approximately 25 million foreign and domestic travelers processed through its gates in 2014. The Airports Council International deemed it the best airport for its size (many quality service factors are taken into consideration with these assessments), as well as for its amazing food and beverage program available to visitors. Five concourses and 84 gates are housed in the facility.


Bring on the fun times, Boston!                  

A historic colonial city with inextricable ties to the founding of the nation, many elements of its past can still be seen in the streets of Boston. From the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill to famous sites like Bunker Hill and Castle Island, visiting The Cradle of Liberty is truly one unforgettable experience.

Head out to Trinity Church near Copley Square, have a look at Hancock Tower, stroll by Harvard University, and have some fun in Fanueil Hall. Sports fans obviously have to make their way to Fenway, too! You can discover all of these attractions and more by booking cheap flights from Baltimore to Boston with Skyscanner’s new and improved mobile smartphone app!

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