Three major airports serve the Baltimore metropolitan region, offering outstanding access to national and international markets for business and pleasure travel and air cargo business. The three airports are ranked among the top 30 airports in the U.S., based on enplaned passengers. BWI offers 18 major carriers that provide over 320 nonstop flights to 79 cities in the US, Canada and Europe.
- Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI): Located eight miles southeast of Baltimore City, BWI Airport is a tremendous asset to existing businesses and residents of Baltimore City and its region.
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport: Located 35 miles south of Baltimore, Ronald Reagan National Airport provides an alternative to Baltimore business and pleasure travelers. 17 air carriers provide access to 62 US cities.
- Dulles International Airport: Located approximately 50 miles south west of Baltimore, Washington Dulles International Airport is an excellent resource for international business and pleasure travelers.
Port of Baltimore
The Port of Baltimore is one of the busiest ports in the United States, growing each year with increased business involving container and break bulk cargo. Its strategic location, 200 miles closer to the Midwest than any other Atlantic seaboard city, coupled with direct access to interstate highway and rail service, make it a valued resource for companies today.
The Port of Baltimore is regarded as one of America's top container terminals, providing technological advances that have transformed Port operations from clipboard to keyboard. The port boasts computerized gate complexes, hand held computers and scanners and the use of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)- all of which greatly increase the Port's efficiency and cost-effectiveness. The port's channel depth is 50 feet and it serves more than 2,200 vessels annualy. The Port is rail served by CSX Transportation, Conrail, and Norfolk Southern.