Cheap Flights from Orlando Sanford to Baltimore Washington International
Flight information Orlando Sanford to Baltimore Washington International
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Baltimore Washington International
Heading to the nation's capital? Whether you're planning to visit all the museums in Washington or are looking for things to do in D.C., Skyscanner is here to help plan your trip from start to finish. From the cheapest flights to most convenient hotels, you'll find them all in one place.
Orlando Sanford and Baltimore Washington International
Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) is located 27 northeast of downtown Orlando. SFB is the secondary airport in the city, behind the much larger Orlando International Airport. Orlando Sanford has two terminals and four runways. Orlando Sanford is a focus city airport for Allegiant Air. The budget airline offers limited connecting flights to Washington, D.C. Direct flights to D.C. are not offered at SFB.
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) is the busiest airport in the Baltimore-Washington area. BWI is located 9 miles south of downtown Baltimore and 32 miles northeast of D.C. The airport has five concourses, although all Allegiant flights will arrive at Concourse D. Baltimore/Washington International offers a number of transportation options to the city daily, including
- Car Rental
Running approximately every six minutes for most of the day, the Amtrak or MARC train may be your quickest and most convenient option.
Departing from Orlando Sanford International
If you're flying from Orlando Sanford to Baltimore Washington International, plan to arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes before your scheduled flight to allow for check-in and security. You'll need to have a valid photo ID and your boarding pass. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) offers PreCheck Expedited Security at the central Florida airport. Once you become a member, you can bypass standard security measures for a faster experience.
What to Do at Orlando Sanford International
Despite the airport's relatively small size, it does offer a few shopping and dining options while you wait for your flight. Enjoy a sit-down meal at the Copper Plate restaurant or a casual lunch in the cafe. You can also purchase last-minute travel necessities or reading materials at one of the convenience stores located in each terminal.
The Cities of Orlando and Washington, D.C.
Orlando and Washington, D.C. are both in the Eastern Standard Time Zone, so you don't have to worry about a time change. Temperatures, however, can be drastically different depending on the time of year. In the winter months, average high temperatures can be around 25 degrees cooler in the nation's capital. Summers are similar, although temperatures in Orlando are about five degrees warmer. The cost of meals and transportation is significantly higher in Washington, D.C., so you'll need to plan accordingly. A meal for two will cost around $70 compared to Orlando's $45, and taxi start prices are about 30% higher.
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