Traveling to Washington, D.C.

Washington, DC is served by three airports. Reagan National Airport (DCA) is about 20 minutes from downtown, Dulles International Airport (IAD) is 45 minutes from downtown, and Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) is about 1 hour from downtown. They each are serviced by the major commercial airlines and fares are competitive. Expect to pay between $175 and $500 for a round-trip ticket, depending on your departure city. You have many choices to get from each airport depending on your time and budget. Taxis are the quickest. Downtown Washington is Metro (our subway) accessible from Reagan National Airport. The Washington Flyer Coach service operates between Dullles International Airport and the West Falls Church Metro station. For information, contact: 1-888-WashFly. Express Metro Bus #B30 departs operates between BWI Airport and the Greenbelt Metro station (departs the main BWI terminal Lower Level, Pier East). For more information, contact: 202-637-7000. 

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