Cheap Flights from Washington to Detroit
Flight information Washington to Detroit
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Average flight time, total distance 395 miles
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Detroit Wayne County, Detroit City and Detroit Willow Run
Fly from Washington to Detroit
Detroit is a diverse and culturally-rich city in the state of Michigan at the border of the United States and Canada. This mid-sized city is the largest both in Michigan and at the border, and is a significant port for the Great Lakes area situated on the Detroit River. The city is the historic capital of the automotive industry, but experienced a precipitous decline in the latter half of the 20th century due to a shrinking population and changes in the economic environment. Recent times has seen the rise of a renaissance for the city spearheaded by residents. A thriving urban gardening movement and trend of new renovations for historic buildings has proven to be the template for cities in similar straits throughout the country.
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Facilities at Washington and Detroit
Washington, D.C. is served by Dulles International Airport in northern Virginia, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport on the Virginia side of the Potomac River and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. All three of these airports are quite busy with numerous dining and shopping options.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is one of the busiest airports in the country and receives travelers from locations all over the globe. There are two terminals, connected by shuttle. McNamara Terminal houses concourses A, B and C; Concourse A is connected to the latter two by a choreographed musical Light Tunnel, a scintillating display sure to soothe the eyes of weary travelers. North Terminal houses Concourse D and a convenient pet relief center for those traveling with animals.
Travel from Detroit Metropolitan Airport
The Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation, or SMART for short, operates buses 125 and 280 that can take you from the airport into Detroit proper. You can also hop on one of the many shuttles that travel to hotels, car rental services, and even locations in southern Ontario. If you’re taking a taxi or renting a car, I-94 and I-275 connect the airport to the interstate highway system.
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Hints and Tips for Detroit
Detroit attracts many tourists due to the bounty of cultural landmarks within its city limits. The Motown Historical Museum, Tuskegee Airmen Museum, and Detroit Historical Museum are sure to delight history buffs, while art lovers will want to make a special trip to the site of the Heidelberg Project on the east side of the city, a street that boasts numerous decorated houses in an effort to fight blight. The Motown Winter Blast and North American International Auto Show are seasonal attractions that bear testament to the unique culture of Detroit.
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