|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|ATL||Baltimore||Jan 21 - Jan 22||$79|
|BOS||Baltimore||Dec 9 - Dec 11||$87|
|BOS||Arlington||Dec 7 - Dec 7||$111|
|BOS||Sterling||Dec 3 - Dec 10||$117|
|ATL||Arlington||Jan 25 - Jan 25||$119|
|ATL||Sterling||Dec 3 - Dec 7||$147|
|LAX||Baltimore||Jan 8 - Jan 15||$163|
|SFO||Arlington||Feb 6 - Feb 10||$166|
|LAX||Arlington||Dec 7 - Dec 10||$208|
|SFO||Baltimore||Dec 9 - Dec 11||$212|
|LAX||Sterling||Jan 15 - Jan 22||$244|
|SFO||Sterling||Jan 22 - Feb 5||$314|
|FCO||Sterling||Jan 14 - Jan 21||$469|
|FCO||Baltimore||Jan 15 - Feb 12||$476|
|FCO||Arlington||Jan 14 - Jan 21||$488|
|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|MCO||Baltimore||Nov 16 - Nov 18||$135|
|MIA||Baltimore||Nov 16 - Nov 18||$179|
|MCO||Arlington||Nov 16 - Nov 20||$192|
|MCO||Sterling||Nov 15 - Nov 17||$211|
|BOS||Sterling||Nov 17 - Nov 22||$219|
|BOS||Arlington||Nov 15 - Nov 21||$226|
|MIA||Arlington||Nov 15 - Nov 17||$257|
|MIA||Sterling||Nov 16 - Nov 17||$257|
|LAX||Baltimore||Nov 16 - Nov 18||$267|
|DFW||Arlington||Nov 16 - Nov 18||$273|
|DFW||Sterling||Nov 16 - Nov 21||$273|
|TPA||Baltimore||Nov 15 - Nov 17||$293|
|TPA||Sterling||Nov 15 - Nov 18||$432|
|SFO||Baltimore||Nov 17 - Feb 2||$597|
|SFO||Sterling||Nov 17 - Nov 18||$807|
|Destination Airport||Baltimore Washington Intl. Thurgood Marshall|
|Destination City Name||Baltimore|
When it comes to airlines that fly in and out of Washington, you've got a good deal of choice. There are 31 companies that service this major city. Book your ideal seat on one of these recommended carriers:
Decision-making time! There are two airports to take your pick of when jetting into Washington. Washington, DC Airport (DCA-Ronald Reagan Washington National) is 4 miles (6 kilometers) from where it's all happening downtown, while Washington, DC Airport (IAD-Washington Dulles Intl.) is about 22 miles (35 kilometers) away.Places to visit in Washington
With so many world-famous attractions in Washington, you might just have to explain to the boss that you need extra time off. Start off with White House and the Washington Monument. You'd also be nuts to miss out on visiting Arlington National Cemetery and the Lincoln Memorial.
So many things to see and so little time. If you're keen to discover what the city has to offer, add the Georgetown University and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to your travel program. If you have an extra day to spare, swing by the Iwo Jima Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial as well.
To make sure that the past is always remembered, this area built Jefferson Memorial so that everyone could reflect on past events. Seeking some more ideas? Plan a visit to Ford's Theater and have a great time watching its talented actors give it all they've got. And there's more. If you're looking for a local government building and an example of historic architecture, head over to United States Capitol.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Washington
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As you descend upon the runway in Washington, D.C., you'll notice the dignified monuments befitting a national capital. From the Library of Congress to the Lincoln Memorial and many more, the District is more than a hub of politics. When your Washington, D.C. flight touches down, you’ll learn quickly that this city is a cultural center. North and South converge and the country’s international communities celebrate with vibrant festivals, mouthwatering flavors, and unforgettable experiences you’ll want to return to again and again. Wander through the National Mall—turning back time like the pages of historic diaries and dusty ledgers as you go—and slip into a cozy whiskey bar in Adams Morgan or go glam in Georgetown. The District awaits.
Flights to Washington D.C. land at one of two airports: Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), located 28 miles west of the District, or Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) in nearby Arlington. From IAD, you’ll be a short walk to L’Enfant Plaza Station, where a bus will connect you to the Metro for a short ride into downtown D.C.
From DCA, catch either the Blue or Yellow line to downtown Washington and explore the city’s top neighborhoods on foot or keep riding the rails. To chart your own path through the land of the free, book one of our car rental options and pick up the keys from one of the on-site rental counters at either airport. Just book plane tickets to Washington, D.C. and start planning.
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While you’re visiting the District, your itinerary is sure to include a few days browsing masterpieces in the National Gallery of Art, paying your respects at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and amazing your inner child at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. But if you can’t wait to discover D.C. or you need one more culture fix before you depart, book your Washington D.C. flight deals with these attractions in mind:
It’s time to explore the many sides of America in the bright and bustling capital. Book the cheapest flights to Washington, D.C. with Travelocity, thanks to our price-matching guarantee, and start discovering national treasures from the moment your plane touches the tarmac.