Baltimore, MD Airports & Charter Routes

Private Jet Baltimore, MD

Although best known for its excellent selection of seafood, Baltimore offers visitors so much more than a world-class cuisine. Proclaimed “Charm City,” Baltimore combines old-world charm and an emerging cosmopolitan ambiance to create the ideal travel destination. Notable museums, a lively harbor, vibrant city life, and much more await visitors at this East Coast gem.

Perfectly displaying Baltimore’s unique impression, the Baltimore Museum of Art features a collection of over 95,000 pieces. Showcasing pieces since 1914, the museum is home to antique and contemporary works, including the largest host of Henri Matisse works in the world. Everything from the building itself, its captivating interior design, and excellent art collection speak to the creative brilliance of the city.

Perhaps the most celebrated attraction of Baltimore, the Inner Harbor serves as a dynamic hub for sightseeing, shopping, and activity. Home to Camden Yards, visitors are encouraged to participate in the local fervor expressed for the Baltimore Orioles at their world-class ballpark. The Harbor also treats visitors to plenty of shopping and dining options on the picturesque waterfront. A private jet charter to Baltimore also puts you within driving distance from the nation’s capital, Washington D.C.!

Charter a private jet to Baltimore, Maryland, and relive the experiences of one of America’s most important and influential writers: Edgar Allan Poe. At the Edgar Allan Poe House, guests are welcomed to visit the former home of this literary genius as it remains standing in its original form. Inside, guests are whisked to the 19th century as they stroll through the various exhibits of the era, including the very same writing desk and chair Poe crafted his works.

No visit to Baltimore would be complete without a taste of its world-class cuisine. Renowned for its culinary scene, national publications including Bon Appetit, Thrillist, and Yelp have acclaimed Baltimore as one of the top U.S. cities for food enthusiasts. Charter a private flight to Baltimore and savor the gems of the Chesapeake Bay which have attracted travelers from all corners of the country.

To witness the best views of the city, visitors can ascend to the top of the Baltimore World Trade Center. Towering above the city as the tallest pentagonal-based building in the world, the Top of the World offers the perfect launchpad for a breathtaking view across the horizon. Book a private flight to Baltimore, Maryland, and experience a spectacular, panoramic skyline view unlike any other on the East Coast.

From an eclectic cultural scene to picturesque views, Baltimore serves as the quintessential destination for any tranquil, yet thrilling adventure. Charter a private jet to Baltimore, Maryland, and indulge yourself in one of America’s most beloved cities.

Private Jet Airports in Baltimore, Maryland

  • Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (KBWI / BWI) — Named after the first African American to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, this is one of the busiest airports in the DMV region. Charter your private flights with evoJets and experience flying in style.

Popular Private Jet Charters to Baltimore, MD

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Baltimore, MD

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely, and is based mostly on flight time and the type of aircraft. A charter flight from Naples to Baltimore, MD will cost $15,000 or more in a Supermidsize Jet, for example.

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Baltimore, MD that we aim to offer our clients:

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
Naples$15,000Supermidsize Jet8-10
Nantucket$6,500Light Jet6-8
Chicago$11,500Midsize Jet7-9
Atlanta$6,500Executive Turboprop4-9

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Baltimore, Maryland

  • Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore
  • Sagamore Pendry Baltimore
  • Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
  • Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore
  • Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor

Restaurants in Baltimore, Maryland

  • Charleston Restaurant
  • The Capital Grille
  • Sotto Sopra
  • La Scala
  • Petit Louis Bistro

Arts, Culture, and Sights of Baltimore, Maryland

  • Inner Harbor
  • National Aquarium
  • American Visionary Art Museum
  • Fort McHenry National Monument
  • Baltimore Museum of Art

Baltimore’s historic Inner Harbor has been a major seaport since the 1700s and today presents visitors with a wide variety of culture, dining, and vivid nightlife. Here you can enjoy a lunch or dinner cruise aboard the Spirit of Baltimore, explore Fort McHenry or the Baltimore Maritime Museum, or scope out the night clubs and premier dining of the Power Plant Live district. The eclectic neighborhoods of downtown Baltimore include:

  • Mount Vernon
  • Little Italy
  • Fell’s Point

Outdoor Recreation Venues in Baltimore, MD

Outdoor enjoyment possibilities include Druid Hill Park, numerous golf courses, yacht and fishing charters, the Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens, and more.

Weather in Baltimore, MD

Climate in Baltimore runs the full gamut from quite hot to very cold. Summers tend to be in the 80s, and the hottest month is July with an average maximum temperature of 90.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Winter temperatures range in the 30s, with the coldest month being January at an average minimum temperature of 29.4 degrees. Baltimore’s annual average precipitation is 43.59 inches. The wettest month of the year – May, has an average rainfall of 4.18 inches.