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Cheap flights to Maryland

Maryland is filled with attractions. From historic sites, to natural beauty, to world-class cultural institutions and much more, visiting Maryland has something for everyone.

Getting to Maryland

The major airport serving Maryland is Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). It is the busiest of the three airports that serve the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. The other two major airports serving the area are Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport. BWI serves the most domestic passengers in the region while Dulles serves more international flights.

BWI has been ranked as the best airport of its size and it routinely receives very high customer service ratings.

When it comes to lounges, British Airways contracts the Chesapeake Club in the airport for its elite and Club World passengers. A new lounge for Priority Pass members is scheduled to open sometime in 2017.

The Best Time to Book a Flight to Maryland

The most popular time to visit Maryland is in the summer, from June until August. The weather can get very hot during this time of year, but the city is host to several unique festivals and events during this time, including the Maryland State Fair, the Baltimore Pride Festival, and the Baltimore Farmers' Market and Bazaar. The summer also gives you the opportunity to visit summer beach destinations like Ocean City, Assateague Island, and more.

If you're planning on visiting Maryland for walking tours or physical outdoor activity, it's perhaps best to book your flight to Maryland in the spring, between March and May. The weather is milder during this time of year.

The late-spring and summer are perfect times for picking berries at Maryland farms.

Airlines that Fly to Maryland

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is a focus city for Southwest Airlines. Many other national and international airlines fly to Maryland through BWI airport, including Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, JetBlue, United Airlines, Virgin America and much more.

Washington Dulles International Airport also serves the Maryland area. Airlines that fly to Dulles include Air Canada Express, American Airlines, British Airways, JetBlue, Porter Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, and many other.

Also serving the Maryland area is Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, which is a hub for American Airlines. Air Canada Express, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, and many other airlines fly to Reagan National.

What to See and Do in Maryland

Chesapeake Bay is one of the world's largest estuaries. There you can check out Fort McHenry, visit the Chesapeake Ship Graveyard at Mallows Bay, walk along the Captain John Smith National Historic Trail, visit the Baltimore Harbor, and much more.

The Baltimore Inner Harbor is home to shops, boutiques, restaurants and a variety of attractions, including the National Aquarium, The Maryland Science Center, and several incredible museums.

If you visit Maryland in the spring, you can see more than 80,000 tulips bloom in Baltimore's Sherwood Gardens, or take in the butterfly exhibit at Brookside Gardens in Wheaton.

Tips for Visiting Maryland

Canadians do not need a Visa to visit or study in Maryland or anywhere in the United States. A valid passport is required. At the time of entry, Canadians are typically granted a stay of six months. There are currently no travel advisories for Canadians visiting Maryland or anywhere in the US.

Flights to Maryland

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