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Find Cheap Flights from Boston (BOS) to Baltimore (BWI)

Boston to Baltimore Route Information

Travel Distance:368 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines
Weekly Flights:97
Avg. Flight Duration:01.25 Hours

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Flights from Boston to Baltimore

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Airports in Boston

Boston is served by Logan International Airport. It is also called General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport and is located in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston. The airport offers frequent scheduled service to destinations throughout North America (including the United States, Canada and Mexico), Latin America, the Caribbean, the North Atlantic region, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through Limousines, taxis, car rentals, bus service (Logan Express), app-based rides and even bikes.

Explore Baltimore

Founded in 1729, Baltimore is the largest city in the U.S. state of Maryland and the second-largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic. Its port, called the Inner Harbor, was once the second-most significant port of entry for immigrants to the United State. The city has played home to famed authors like Edgar Allan Poe and baseball star Babe Ruth, besides being the place where Francis Scott Key’s poem ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ that later found its way into the national anthem. Another interesting aspect of the city is that it was a booming beer-centric city from early 19th century to mid-20th century.

Things to do in Baltimore

Maryland Science Center

Opened in 1976, the Maryland Science Center is a state-of-the-art institution featuring scientific exhibits, a planetarium, an observatory and an IMAX theater. A star highlight here is a series of interactive exhibits featuring over two dozen dinosaur skeletons.

Fort McHenry

Witness of an improbable US victory over an overwhelming count of British Navy, Fort McHenry is a late-18th century coastal bastion fort in Baltimore. It defended Baltimore Harbor in the War of 1812. During this battle, a storm flag was flying through an entire night of bombardment by hostile forces until it was replaced with a larger garrison flag of US forces, this underscoring the defence of the fort and a consequent victory of the US.

Maryland Zoo

Opened in 1876, the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is among the top 3 oldest zoological parks in the United States. It features over 2000 animals in several exhibits. You should visit here for its section called African Journey which is the largest area of the zoo and displays African animals.

Best Time to Fly to Baltimore

The best time to fly to Baltimore is the summer season from June to August. The temperature may shoot up to 90 deg F but the city welcomes tourists with its famous events like Artscape (in July) and the Maryland State Fair (in August or September).