How Many Airports are There in Maryland?
There are 33 airports in Maryland for the public to use and 112 private airports. Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) is the busiest in the state, counting around 13 million passengers passing through each year. It holds the majority of all air traffic in Maryland, being the only one airport in the state that welcomes millions of passengers every year. Its on-time arrival performance is 80.61, compared to 79.99% of the average in the U.S. The on-time departure performance is 77.29%, compared to 81.56% of the average in the country. Apart from this airport, there are no other international airports in Maryland.
Welcoming nearly 23 thousand passengers annually, Hagerstown Regional Airport (HGR) is the smallest in the state.
The state of Maryland owns and operates two airports: Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) and Martin State Airport (MTN).
All Maryland airports handle around 13.4 million passengers every year, contributing 1.5% to the total air traffic in the U.S.