Find Cheap Flights from Houston (HOU) to Baltimore (BWI)

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Houston to Baltimore Route Information

Travel Distance:1,235 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, United Airlines
Weekly Flights:82
Avg. Flight Duration:03.12 Hours

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Flights from Houston to Baltimore

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Airports in Houston

The city of Houston in Texas is served by two airports- William P. Hobby Airport, and George Bush Intercontinental Airport. George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the primary airport serving the city. It is located about 23 miles away from Downtown Houston and serves the Greater Houston metropolitan area and is. The airport offers scheduled flights to a large number of domestic and international destinations. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity to all parts of the city from here through a state-operated bus service (Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County or METRO), shuttle services and inter-terminal transportation services. The airport is also helped by the city’s former primary airport, William P. Hobby Airport. Located 7 miles away from downtown Houston, it also serves scheduled flights to a large number of domestic and international destinations.

Explore Baltimore

Baltimore is the largest city in the US state of Maryland and second-largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic. The city had successfully withstood 25 hours of relentless bombing by British forces in the Battle of Baltimore in 1814, a valiant and defiant move that inspired Francis Scott Key to compose his famous poem ‘The Star-Spangled Banner‘ that later found its way into the US national anthem. Baltimore has played home to eminent author Edgar Allan Poe and notable baseball player Babe Ruth. The city has the country’s highest number of public statues and monuments per capita and hosts the largest free arts festival in the US (called the Artscape) in July.

Things to do in Baltimore

Fort McHenry

Built in late 18th century, the Fort McHenry in Baltimore is a historical American coastal pentagonal bastion fort. It found its way into the US history for its resilient role in the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812 when it successfully withstood 25 hours of consistent bombing by the Royal British Navy. The oppressors failed to take the fort even after their harrowing onslaught and the next day, a US garrison arrived to replenish the valiant soldiers and replace a battered but victorious flag that is now kept in Washington, DC.

Walters Art Museum

The Walters Art Museum is home to an extensive collection of artworks dating back to 3000 BC until early 20th century. Founded in 1934, this state of the art museum is home to ancient Egyptian artworks, Greek sculptures, Medieval Period’s ivories, illuminated manuscripts, Greek, Roman and Byzantine Medieval artworks and Old Master European and 19th-century paintings.

National Aquarium

The National Aquarium (formerly known the Baltimore Aquarium) is the largest tourism attraction in Baltimore and the State of Maryland. Opened in 1981, this remarkable aquarium holds more than 17000 living organisms across over 750 species that are kept segregated in 2200000 US gallons of water. The National Aquarium also sports several exhibits like the Upland Tropical Rain Forest, an open ocean shark tank and its award-winning Australia: Wild Extremes exhibit.

Best Time to fly to Baltimore

The best time to fly to Baltimore is 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). Those wishing to save some money on their trip can visit this place during winter season from December to February when the mercury triplicates with air fares and accommodation rates to a bare minimum. Visitors can enjoy events like Mayor’s Christmas Parade (in December) and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade (in January).