Directions To Baltimore-Washington-Marshall Airport

The Baltimore Washington International Airport is only 20 minutes from downtown Baltimore. It is 32 miles from D.C. which may mean more than an hour even from north Washington, D.C., due to heavy traffic. It is easily accessible from Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, and Pennsylvania as well as Maryland.

From Baltimore, you will take I-95 or I-495 south east. From I-95, you want exit 52 which will take you onto I-195. The airport will be on your right in two miles. From Washington, you should take New York Avenue north or I-495. From there, pick up I-95 north. Watch carefully because the Baltimore-Washington Parkway exit will be on your left. Almost immediately after you exit, you will merge onto MD-295 North. You will be on MD-295 for about 25 minutes (23 miles). You will then want the exit onto I-195 East and follow the signs to the airport.

From Philadelphia, you will take I-95 for about 80 miles through Delaware and Maryland. The longest stretch is in Maryland, and it includes a toll road. After you pass Baltimore, you will take exit 52 for the Baltimore-Washington Parkway. From Wilmington, Delware, you will follow the same directions on I-95.

From Annapolis, take I-97 north to exit 14B on the left. You will merge with MD-100W toward Ellicott City. At exit 11, merge with MD170 North toward Linthicum and follow the signs to the airport. If you are coming from Dover, Delaware, you will take State Road 44 to SR 11, which will become Maryland State Road 302. After ten miles on SR302, you will turn left on SR302 and continue for 40 miles before reaching I-97 near Annapolis.

From West Virginia, take I-81 North to I-70 East. At exit 91, merge onto I-695 South toward I-95 South. In about five miles, you will reach exit 47 where you will merge into I-195 and follow the signs to the airport.