Baltimore, United States (US)
MTA Bus (Maryland Transportation Administration) number 17 runs between BWI, Parkway Center, Arundel Mills Mall, Airport 100 Park, and the Patapsco Light Rail stop. Bus number 99 runs to the Old Court Metro Subway Station.
Location: Main Terminal, before security, lower level, outside Door 1 and Door 18
Cost: USD 1.80 one-way
Operating hours: 24 hours daily (#17) and 06:00-18:00 weekdays (#99).
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMTA) BWI Express/B30 runs to the Greenbelt Metro Station every hour during operating hours.
Main Terminal, before security, International Concourse, lower level
Main Terminal, before security, Concourse A/B, lower level
Cost: USD 7 one-way
Operating hours: 06:30 -21:33 Mon-Fri
Light Rail service is available from BWI Marshall Rail Station. Trains go to downtown Baltimore as well as Penn Station (exit at Mt. Royal and take the Penn Station Light Rail). Shuttle stops to the BWI Marshall Rail station are available on the lower level terminal roadway between door numbers 1&2, 8&9, 14&15, and 17&18. They operate every 6 minutes from 05:00-20:00, every 8 minutes from 20:00-01:00, and every 25 minutes from 01:00-05:00.
Location: Main Terminal, before security, lower level, adjacent to Concourse E
Cost: USD 1.60 one-way
Operating hours: 05:00-23:00 Mon-Fri, 06:00-23:00 Sat, 11:00-19:00 Sun and Holidays
Marshall taxicabs are prohibited from charging flat rates.
Location: Main Terminal, before security, lower level, outside the baggage claim area
Cost: approximately USD 35 to Baltimore Inner Harbor
Baltimore-Washington International Airport is located 10 miles south of Baltimore. The airport has a two-level Main Terminal with Concourses A through E. The upper level of the Main Terminal is the Departures and Ticketing level. The lower level is Arrivals and Baggage Claim level, as well as Ground Transportation.
Travelling between the Concourses
No shuttle services are needed between the Main Terminal and the Concourses. Unless you arrive on an international flight, you can proceed to your next Concourse and Gate.
Passengers on a long layover may rent a Zagster bicycle for up to 12 hours at the Light Rail Station outside the terminal by Concourse E. This will allow you to explore the 12.5 mile scenic outdoor trail that circles the airport grounds. The trail passes through observation areas and forests. The bike rental costs USD 5. The bikes can be reserved in advance on the Zagster website.
Main Terminal, landside, lower level, adjacent to Concourse E
Hours: 24 hours
Complimentary drinks, snacks, Wi-Fi, and printing and scanning. Day pass is USD 20.
Concourse D, airside, upper level, near gate D10
Hours: 05:00-19:30 Sun-Fri, 05:00-19:00 Sat
BA Chesapeake Club Lounge
Complimentary Wi-Fi, food and beverage, printing. For use by Elite and Oneworld passengers.
Concourse E, airside, near entrance to the concourse
A charging station is available in the International Terminal’s seating lounge. These can charge up to 10 electronic devices simultaneously.
New charging stations can also be found in the A/B baggage claim areas for Southwest Airlines.
Many power outlets are also available in the Obersvation Gallery, on the upper level between concourses B and C.
The Observation Gallery in the airport features aviation exhibits, children’s play equipment, and a youth art gallery. You will be able to see planes landing and taking off as well as visit the Thurgood Marshall exhibit. Charging stations and the Sky Azure cocktail lounge are also nearby.
Main Terminal, landside, upper level, between Concourses B and C
Hours: 24 hours
BWI Airport has a spacious rental car facility providing one-stop rental car shopping for passengers. The facility is located at Stoney Run Road and New Ridge Road. A free shuttle service carries customers to and from the airport approximately every 10 minutes. Passengers arriving on flights should take the free shuttle from the lower level terminal for a ten-minute ride to the new facility.
Showers are not available at BWI airport.
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