Baltimore-Washington-Marshall Airport Information

BWI is the 24th busiest airport in the United States. About 21 million travellers use BWI every year. The airport is served by most major U.S. airlines including American Airlines, AirTran, Southwest, Delta, JetBlue, and United Airlines. Major U.S. destinations include Atlanta, Detroit, L.A., Boston, Chicago and Orlando. Smaller airlines offer regional flights to serve busy business travellers. U.S. flights use Concourses A, B, C, and D.

International destinations include Toronto’s Pearson Airport via Air Canada Express, London’s Heathrow Airport via British Airways, and Germany's Frankfurt Airport via Condor Flugdienst. Several airlines including Bahamasair offer flights to fun-in-the-sun destinations such as Aruba, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Jamaica and Cancun, Mexico. All international flights arrive at Concourse E.

Concourse D offers Quizno’s Subs, McDonald’s, Dunkin Donuts, Manchu Wok, Peppers Mexican Grill and Bar, and Nature’s Kitchen Fresh Café. Concourse A/B offers these choices plus Panda Express, Subway, Starbucks, Mayorga Coffee, Jamba Juice, California Tortilla, Phillip’s Seafood, and more. Concourse C offers three dining choices including a café, a bar and a sandwich shop.

The airport is ten miles from Baltimore and 32 miles from Washington, D.C. The most popular route to the airport is I-95 to I-195. Other transportation is available via Baltimore bus routes, eight car rental companies, and hired limos. There are also shuttles to D.C., Baltimore, Annapolis, Maryland’s Eastern Shore and Maryland’s Western Shore. Although the airport offers lots of parking, it may be easier to take mass transit. Transportation to and from the airport is available via Amtrak which stops on its Northeast Corridor route from Washington, D.C., to Boston. Baltimore light rail also has a station at the airport.

The airport offers 45 minutes of free wi-fi to travellers, and a premium service is available for a fee. A pet relief area is available between the International Terminal and the light rail station.