Find Cheap Flights from Atlanta (ATL) to Baltimore (BWI)

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Atlanta to Baltimore Route Information

Travel Distance:577 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Weekly Flights:140
Avg. Flight Duration:00.44 Hours

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Flights from Atlanta to Baltimore

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Airports in Atlanta

The city of Atlanta is served by Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta Airport, situated around 11 kilometers away from the Atlanta's central business district. It provides domestic & international passenger and cargo services to various destinations like Amsterdam, Paris, Cancun, London, Tokyo, Punta Cana, Mexico City, Seoul, Lima, Miami, Tampa, Dallas, Orlando, and more. Passengers can easily commute between the airport & the city using shared-ride shuttles, hotel shuttles, Limousines & taxis, rideshare/TNC, buses & trains, rental cars, and SkyTrain.

Explore Baltimore

Baltimore is the largest city in the U.S. state of Maryland, largest independent city in the country and second-largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic. It is home to many famous universities, museums and a prominent symphony orchestra besides being home to the eminent author- Edgar Allan Poe and baseball player Babe Ruth. Baltimore is a major cultural center because of its strong affinity with the country’s largest free arts festival (Artscape) and plays host to the famous arts museum called American Visionary Arts Museum that is dedicated to outsider art. Not only this, the city also braved through a gruesome battle in the War of 1812 against the British, a crucial event that became the inspiration of the American national anthem.

Things to do in Baltimore

National Aquarium

The National Aquarium (formerly known as the Baltimore Aquarium) is an award winning non-profit public aquarium in downtown Baltimore. Opened in 1981, this aquarium is home to more than 17000 specimens across over 750 species that are kept in more than 8300000 liters of water. This aquarium puts several exhibits and as per natural habitats like the Upland Tropical Rain Forest, a multiple-story Atlantic Coral Reef and the award winning exhibit called Australia: Wild Extremes.

Fort McHenry

Baltimore’s Fort McHenry is a historical pentagonal bastion fort. This coastal structure is famous as the site of a battle in the War of 1812 in which the US naval force successfully defended Baltimore Harbor after a heavy shelling and bombardment by from the British Navy. However the flag and the fort braved through the night, thus signaling American victory and an inspiration for the national anthem. Fort Henry later went on to play crucial roles in both World Wars.

B&O Railroad Museum

The B&O Railroad Museum is home to the largest collection of 19th-century locomotives in the US and one of most significant collections of railroad equipments in the world. It was opened on July 4, 1953. This iconic museum is located in the old Mount Clare Station, which is regarded as the birthplace of railroad industry, the site of the first regular railroad passenger service in the U.S. and the recipient site of the first telegraph message.

Best Time to fly to Baltimore

The best time fly to Baltimore is the summer season from June to August. The city is chock full of tourists and red hot with cultural events during this time even though the temperatures may shoot up to 90 deg F. Visitors can enjoy the famous event called Artscape in July followed by Maryland State Fair in August or September.