International Airport (BWI)
Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) is located 30 miles east of Washington and offers a full range of domestic and international flights. This airport has gained in popularity due mainly to it's low airfares and parking is a breeze. More than 50 trains travel between Washington's Union Station and the BWI rail station, on weekdays. BWI is the farthest of the local airports at about a 2 hour drive. Visit BWI's web site for directions to the airport.
International Airport is located 26 miles west of Washington DC, offering
a full range of domestic and international flights. Dulles International
Airport is about 1 hour and 15 minutes drive away.
|Washington Reagan National
National Airport recently was renamed the Ronald Reagan National Airport
after President Reagan. Reagan National is located closest to Washington
DC, south of the District, along the Potomac River. This airport is a little
over an hour drive away and offers a full range of domestic flights on
major, regional and commuter carriers. We're told that the flights arriving
after dark are treated to a great view of the National Monuments bathed
Airport is the closest airport to Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, and Stafford.
It is usually not the cheapest.
194 Cropp Rd.
is located on the Stafford - Fauquier County line in western Stafford County.
Hartwood Field is used by private and corporate aircraft.
3380 Shannon Airport Circle
(well more like airstrip) is located about 2 miles south east of Fredericksburg.
Shannon Airport is used by private and corporate aircraft.
|Stafford Regional Airport
Airport now fully operational.