Fly direct to Baltimore and explore one of the United States’ quirkiest, least discovered cities. Baltimore’s Inner Harbour is possibly the Atlantic seaboard’s best looking waterfront, home to the National Aquarium and museums including the American Visionary Art Museum’s collection of outsider art.
Elsewhere, neighbourhoods such as historic Fells Point, grand Mount Vernon and bohemian Hampden offer the trademark Victorian row houses and offbeat nightlife familiar to fans of native Baltimore filmmaker John Waters. Baltimore flights are not just a way to reach the city alone. Chesapeake Bay’s beaches, the colonial era port of Annapolis and the Civil War battlefield at Gettysburg are all within two hours’ drive.
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British Airways flights to Baltimore from London take 7 hours, 10 minutes. Officially named Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the airport is generally referred to as BWI or BWI Marshall and is located within easy reach of both Baltimore and Washington DC.
British Airways flights to Baltimore Washington International (BWI) depart from London Heathrow (LHR). Choosing British Airways gives you a good range of flight choices, as well as offering you award-winning service and a generous checked baggage allowance of 23kg.
Fly non-stop from London to Baltimore and visit one of the U.S. East Coast’s most historic, well-preserved major cities. To start your journey conveniently, check in online or via your mobile phone, where you can also choose your seats up to 24 hours prior to departure.
Baltimore airport lies 10 miles south of Baltimore. The airport connects to Downtown Baltimore via bus 17, which ferries passengers to a nearby stop for the Baltimore light rail system. Alternatively, a shuttle bus connects to the airport’s mainline railway station, from which trains to Baltimore’s Penn Station have a journey time of 10 minutes.