The Maryland airport is also connected to the Pittsburgh International Airport. One of the major airlines operating at this airport is US Airways.
The other important airports in Maryland are in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Annapolis.
Here’s a look at other prominent airports in Marryland:
- Tipton Airport As a public airport, the Tipton Airport is located just south of Fort George G. Meade in Odenton, Anne Arundel County, Marryland. Opened in 1999, the airport is bordered by Fort Meade, the Patuxent Wildlife Center and the National Security Agency. The Tipton Airport is being operated by the Tipton Airport Authority.
- College Park Airport As a public airport located in the City of College Park, in Prince George’s County, Marryland, the College Park Airport is the world’s continuously operated airport. It is located south of Paint Branch and Lake Artemesia, east of US Route 1 and the west of Kenilworth Avenue and the College Park Metro/MARC station.
- Bay Bridge Airport Bay Bridge Airport is a county-owned public-use airport. It is located in Stevensille, Maryland and has been named after the nearby Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The airport is mostly used for general aviation. Previously, the airport was also home to Lynn Aviation, the firm owned by aerobatic pilot Nancy Lynn.
- Lee Airport As a public use airport, the Lee Airport is located in Anne Arundel County, Marryland, United States. It is about five nautical miles southwest of the central business district of Annapolis and is privately owned by the Lee Airport Authority in Edgewater, Marryland. The airport covers an area of 79 acres at an elevation of 34 feet above mean sea level.
- Philips Army Airfield As a military airport, Philips Army Airfield is located at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Harford County, Maryland, United States. This is a US Army airfield which has three asphalt paved runways.
- Martin State Airport This is a joint civil-military public use airport, which is located about nine nautical miles east of central business district of Baltimore, in the Baltimore County, Maryland. The airport is being operated by the Maryland Aviation Administration on behalf of the Maryland Department of Transportation. All in all, Martin State Airport is a general aviation relief airport.
|List of Airports in Maryland|
|Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport||Baltimore / Glen Burnie||39°10′31″N 076°40′06″W|
|Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport||Salisbury||38°20′24″N 75°30′34″W|
|Hagerstown Regional Airport||Hagerstown||39°42′31″N 077°43′35″W|
|Lee Airport||Annapolis / Edgewater||38°56′34″N 076°34′06″W|
|Essex Skypark||Baltimore||39°15.76′N 76°25.98′W|
|Pier 7 Heliport||Baltimore||39°16′17″N 76°34′21″W|
|Harford County Airport||Churchville||39.5668°N 76.2024°W|
|Washington Executive Airport (Hyde Field)||Clinton||38°44′54″N 76°55′58″W|
|Mexico Farms Airport||Cumberland||39°36′17″N 078°45′38″W|
|Hoby Wolf Airport||Eldersburg||39°24′28″N 076°55′39″W|
|Claremont Airport (Cecil County Airport)||Elkton||39°34′27″N 075°52′11″W|
|Fallston Airport||Fallston||39°30′05″N 76°24′41″W|
|Potomac Airfield||Friendly||38°44′55″N 076°57′21″W|
|Havre de Grace Seaplane Base||Havre de Grace||39°33′02″N 076°05′19″W|
|Suburban Airport||Laurel||39°04′37″N 076°49′41″W|
|Davis Airport||Laytonsville||39°14′37″N 077°09′01″W|
|Massey Aerodrome||Massey||39°17′57″N 075°47′58″W|
|Freeway Airport||Mitchellville||38.941389, -76.7725|
|Ridgely Airpark||Ridgely||38°58′14″N 075°52′05″W|
|Bennett Airport||Salisbury||38°24′45″N 075°37′00″W|
|Clearview Airpark||Westminster||39°28′N 77°01′W|
Last Updated On: September 03, 2016