Cheap Flights from Baltimore Washington International to Chicago Midway in 2019
Flight information Baltimore Washington International to Chicago Midway
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Fly From Baltimore/Washington International Airport to Chicago Midway International Airport
Travelers from the D.C. area who are looking to visit another large city for an urban adventure can visit Chicago. Chicago offers visitors world-class dining and shopping on the Michigan Mile, a vibrant nightlife and loads of museums.
Nonstop flights from Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) to Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) take a little more than two hours. Southwest Airlines offers nonstop service, but you can fly on another airline if you are willing to connect in another city.
Facilities at Chicago Midway International Airport
In addition to Southwest, Delta Air Lines also serves Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW). Flights from Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) to Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) arrive at the main terminal, which comprises three concourses. If you are flying on Southwest or Delta, you will arrive at Concourse A. The other concourses serve a few small regional and charter airlines.
When you arrive, you’ll head to Baggage Claim for your luggage. The transportation area is outside of the Baggage Claim of the main terminal. Although buses are available, the easiest and most affordable way to travel to downtown Chicago from Midway is via the Chicago Transit Authority's (CTA) Orange Line. If you choose to take a taxi, it will run you about $20 per person.
Rental cars are also available at Chicago Midway International Airport's (MDW) rental car facility. Passengers can grab a free shuttle at Arrivals, located near lower level door 3 outside of Baggage Claim. You will find all major large car rental companies including Avis, Hertz and National.
Things to Do Near Chicago Midway International Airport
If this is your first trip from Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) to Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW), you may want to visit downtown Chicago. Make sure to check out the Navy Pier. The Navy Pier runs more than 3,000 feet along Lake Michigan's shore. There, you will find restaurants, entertainment and museums.
During baseball season, sports fans will want to head to Wrigley field to take in a game. To connect with the area's industry and culture, visit the Museum of Science and Industry or the Art Institute of Chicago. For some of the country's best shopping, don't forget a trip to Chicago's Magnificent Mile.
Hints and Tips for Chicago Midway International Airport
Travelers can fly from Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) to Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) anytime of the year. Depending on when you visit, you’ll experience average high temperatures ranging from the low 30s Fahrenheit to the low 80s Fahrenheit.
Visiting the city gives you the opportunity to attend various events. You can visit in March to experience one of the largest St. Patrick's Day celebrations in the world. During the event, make sure to catch a peek of the Chicago River, which is dyed green for the big celebration. Music lovers will want to visit during the summer for one of the many music festivals in Chicago. You can attend Lollapalooza in Grant Park, the Chicago Blues Festival or the Chicago Jazz Festival.
When dining out in Chicago you will find cuisine from all over the world and for all budgets. Chicago is especially famous for its Chicago-style pizza. Expect a meal for two in a mid-range restaurant to cost between $30 and $50.
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