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Private Jet and Charter Flights to the Baltimore, MD, Area

Book a charter flight to Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland. The area's main airport, Baltimore/Washington Intl Thurgood Marshall (BWI), accomodates all types of private charter and jet aircraft.


Baltimore isn�t the most populous city in the state of Maryland for nothing. �Charm City� features a rich African American history, delightful seafood, magnificent views of the harbor, and a variety of tourist destinations.

It�s no surprise that Baltimore is historically known for its seafood since it borders the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Locals and travelers alike rave about the oysters, crab, and fish.

After a bite to eat, be sure to check out Fort McHenry, the bastion that thwarted the British attack on the Chesapeake Bay in 1814. Or, if you�re looking for something more lively and entertaining, give the cultural melting pot of Fells Point a go for some music and dancing.

When to Visit Baltimore

Baltimore is a very popular tourist destination during the summer months of June, July, and August. Although this city often has cold winters, the summertime climate in Baltimore ranges from 80 to 84_.

Where is Baltimore?

Baltimore is located in north-central Maryland on the Patapsco River just beside its entry point to the Chesapeake Bay. The line that divides Baltimore from �lower city� to �upper city� is known as the distance between the Piedmont Plateau and the Atlantic coastal plain. This stretch of land is home to important historical monuments, museums, and eateries.

Home to 585,708 residents, Baltimore is the 30th most populous city in the United States, and welcomes millions of travelers per year into the �Charm City.�

Baltimore charter flights often land at the Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI), which is 10 miles south of downtown. Neighboring airports include the Martin State Airport, which is 10 nautical miles east of Baltimore, and Essex Skypark, which is just three miles to the southeast.

Baltimore Attractions

Not only is this city home to the B&O Railroad Museum, the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House, and the George Peabody library, but many historical figures have come from Baltimore.

Tourists can learn about the upbringing and everyday lives of legendary baseball player Babe Ruth and renowned poet Edgar Allan Poe at the Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum and Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum.

From the Washington Monument to the National Aquarium, to Walters Art Museum, and the eateries and bars of the Inner Harbor, travelers will thank themselves for visiting one of the most historical destinations in America.

Things to See in Baltimore

Swan Island (Historical)

Renditions Golf Course

National Cryptologic Museum

Port Discovery Museum

Fossil Ravine

Eastern Neck Island

Belcamp Beach

Brewers Island

Hobbits Glen Golf Course

Carpenter Island (Historical)

Spry Island (Historical)

Cloisters Child Museum

Bair Stadium

Hathaway Island (Historical)

American Visionary Art Museum

Bay Ridge Beach

Mitchell Bluff

Good Knight Castle Children'S Museum

Bren-Mar Golf Course

Municipal Museum Of The City Of Baltimore

Woodholme Golf Course

Mayo Beach

Oak Mont Green Golf Course

American Dime Museum

Homewood House Museum

Bonnie View Golf Course

Clifton Park And Golf Course

Duck Inn Trail

Cacaway Island

Cross Creek Golf Club

Allview Golf Course

Pooles Island

Baltimore Lighthouse

Bookers Hollow

Sparrows Beach

Fedex Field

University Of Maryland Golf Course

Needwood Golf Course

Victualling Warehouse Maritime Museum

Umbc Retrievers Track And Field

Hampshire Greens Golf Course

Kibler Field

Diamond Ridge Golf Course

Triton Beach

Suburban Club Golf Course

Gibson Island Golf Course

Trolly Car Museum

Flag House And Star-Spangled Banner Museum

Love Point Lighthouse

Banneker-Douglass Museum Of Afro-American Life And History

Enterprise Golf Course

Cannon Stadium

Gibson Island Beach

Dwight D Eisenhower Golf Course

Hornbeam Hollow

Spesutie Island

Baltimore And Ohio Railroad Museum

Reginald F Lewis Museum Of Maryland African-American History And Culture

Lake Arbor Golf Club

Mountain Branch Golf Course

Sylvan Dell Valley

The Hammock

North Severn Beach

Monks Island

Great Oak Club And Golf Course

Baltimore Museum Of Art

Days Island

Unitas Stadium

Great Blacks In Wax Museum

Paint Branch Golf Course

Dobbins Island

Glenn Dale Golf Club

Forest Park Municipal Golf Course

Bare Neck Shore

Rush Island

Ruggles Golf Course

National Museum Of Health And Medicine

Hughes Memorial Stadium

Byrd Stadium

Lazaretto Lighthouse

Boxes Point Trail

M&T Bank Stadium

Trotters Glen Golf Course

Naval Academy Museum

Conquest Beach

Rocky Point Golf Course

City Of Baltimore Fire Museum

Carroll Park Municipal Golf Course

Phillips Island (Historical)

Night Hawk Golf Course

Waverly Woods Golf Club

Hillendale Golf Course (Historical)

Verdant Valley

Blue Heron Golf Course

Sandy Point Shoal Lighthouse

Baltimore Civil War Museum

Naval Academy Golf Course

Athey Field

Sue Island

Places near Baltimore

Glen Burnie
West Elkridge
South Gate
Severna Park

Hotels in Baltimore

embassy suites hotel baltimore at bwi airport
the hotel at arundel preserve

Schools in Baltimore

University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Coppin State University
University of Baltimore
Johns Hopkins University
Bowie State University
Loyola University Maryland
Baltimore Hebrew University
Morgan State University

Restaurants in Baltimore

red sky steak
yellowfin steak
ryleigh's oyster
the kings contrivance restaurant
the king's contrivance restaurant
bo brooks restaurant
carrol's creek cafe
g&m restaurant & lounge
daily grill - bethesda
phillips seafood - baltimore
phillips seafood - rockville
jasper (greenbelt)
Baltimore Private Flights