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Find cheap flights from Baltimore to Atlanta from $24

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Cheap flight deals from Baltimore to Atlanta (BWI-ATL)

Here are some of the best deals found on KAYAK recently from the most popular airlines for round-trip flights from Baltimore to Atlanta that are departing in the next months. While these flights were available on KAYAK in the last 72 hours, prices and availability are subject to change and deals may expire.
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7:23 pm - 9:31 pmBWI-ATL
2h 08mnonstop
9:01 pm - 10:51 pmATL-BWI
1h 50mnonstop
Sat, May 18 - Tue, May 21
6:26 am - 8:22 amBWI-ATL
1h 56mnonstop
2:22 pm - 4:12 pmATL-BWI
1h 50mnonstop
$57Spirit Airlines
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Wed, May 1 - Sat, May 4
7:23 pm - 9:31 pmBWI-ATL
2h 08mnonstop
4:32 pm - 6:30 pmATL-BWI
1h 58mnonstop
$58Frontier
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Sat, May 18 - Wed, May 22
6:26 am - 8:22 amBWI-ATL
1h 56mnonstop
10:40 pm - 8:38 amATL-BWI
9h 58m1 stop
$59Spirit Airlines
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Wed, Apr 24 - Wed, Apr 24
6:30 am - 8:25 amBWI-ATL
1h 55mnonstop
10:55 pm - 8:42 amATL-BWI
9h 47m1 stop
$60Spirit Airlines
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Tue, May 14 - Mon, May 20
6:26 am - 8:22 amBWI-ATL
1h 56mnonstop
1:42 pm - 6:14 pmATL-BWI
4h 32m1 stop
$62Spirit Airlines
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Thu, Apr 25 - Tue, Apr 30
4:45 pm - 6:50 pmBWI-ATL
2h 05mnonstop
10:06 am - 12:02 pmATL-BWI
1h 56mnonstop
$63Frontier
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Tue, Apr 30 - Wed, May 1
9:59 pm - 8:25 amBWI-ATL
10h 26m1 stop
5:42 pm - 7:32 pmATL-BWI
1h 50mnonstop
$68Frontier
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Thu, May 2 - Wed, May 8
9:17 pm - 7:10 amBWI-ATL
9h 53m1 stop
10:06 am - 12:02 pmATL-BWI
1h 56mnonstop
$69Frontier
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Tue, Apr 30 - Sat, May 4
9:52 am - 12:02 pmBWI-ATL
2h 10mnonstop
2:22 pm - 4:12 pmATL-BWI
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Sat, Apr 27 - Sat, Apr 27

Flights from Baltimore to Atlanta - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights from Baltimore to Atlanta to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from Baltimore to Atlanta?

The average price of all flights from Baltimore to Atlanta clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
For Baltimore to Atlanta, Tuesday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Friday is the most expensive. Flying from Atlanta back to Baltimore, the best deals are generally found on Wednesday, with Sunday being the most expensive.

What is the cheapest month to fly from Baltimore to Atlanta?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights from Baltimore to Atlanta, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights from Baltimore to Atlanta is January, where tickets cost $99 on average. On the other hand, the most expensive months are November and May, where the average cost of tickets is $217 and $198 respectively.

How far in advance should I book a flight from Baltimore to Atlanta?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights from Baltimore to Atlanta, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the average of all the values for each month.
To get a below average price on the flight from Baltimore to Atlanta, you should book around 1 week before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 30 days before departure.

Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Baltimore to Atlanta?

The cheapest price for the route for each airline clicked by KAYAK users in the last 72 hours.
In the last 72 hours, the best return deals on flights connecting Baltimore to Atlanta were found on Spirit Airlines ($57) and Frontier ($58). Frontier proposed the cheapest one-way flight at $24.

Which airlines fly most frequently between Baltimore and Atlanta?

Baltimore and Atlanta are connected by different airlines. The airlines that fly that route the most regularly are Delta (13 flights per day), Southwest (6 flights per day), and Frontier (2 flights per day).

Which airlines fly non-stop between Baltimore and Atlanta?

Airline and price data is aggregated from results in KAYAK’s search results from the last 2 weeks for flights from Baltimore to Atlanta.
There are 4 airlines that fly nonstop from Baltimore to Atlanta. They are: Delta, Frontier, Southwest and Spirit Airlines. The cheapest price of all airlines flying this route was found with Spirit Airlines at $36 for a one-way flight. On average, the best prices for this route can be found at Spirit Airlines.

How many flights are there between Baltimore and Atlanta per day?

Each day, there are between 18 and 27 nonstop flights that take off from Baltimore and land in Atlanta, with an average flight time of 1h 55m. The most common departure time is 12:00 pm and most flights take off in the morning. Each week, there are 165 flights. The most frequent day of departure is Thursday, when 16% of all weekly flights depart. The fewest flights depart on a Saturday.

Which cabin class options are there for flights between Baltimore and Atlanta?

The average price of flights for each cabin class for the route found by users searching on KAYAK over the last 2 weeks.
There are 4 cabin class options for the route. These are First, Business, Economy and Prem Economy. Perform a search on KAYAK to find the latest prices and availability for all cabin fares, which differ across airlines.

How long does a flight from Baltimore to Atlanta take?

Direct flights cover the 576 miles separating Baltimore to Atlanta in about 1h 47m.

What’s the earliest departure time from Baltimore to Atlanta?

Early birds can take the earliest flight from Baltimore at 6:00 am and will be landing in Atlanta at 7:53 am.

What’s the latest departure time from Baltimore to Atlanta?

If you prefer to fly at night, the latest flight from Baltimore to Atlanta jets off at 9:35 pm and lands at 11:35 pm.

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January

High season

June

Cheapest flight

$24
Best time to beat the crowds with an average 22% drop in price.
Most popular time to fly and prices are also 10% lower on average.
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When to book flights from Baltimore to Atlanta

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FAQs for booking flights from Baltimore to Atlanta

  • What parking options are available at Baltimore Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)?

    There are several parking options available at BWI including hourly and daily parking in the airport's garage, as well as economical long-term parking lots. A shuttle service to and from the main terminal is available for all parking options. Additionally, off-site parking options with shuttle service are also available for travelers who prefer to park off the airport grounds.

  • What amenities are available for people with reduced mobility at Baltimore Marshall Airport (BWI)?

    BWI offers a courtesy shuttle service equipped with wheelchair lifts and accessible parking spaces in all parking garages and surface lots. In addition, the airport provides accessible restrooms. BWI Marshall also has a TSA checkpoint designed specifically for passengers with disabilities, which features a separate screening lane and a walkthrough metal detector.

  • Where can I relax at Baltimore Marshall Airport as I await departure?

    There is a meditation room located in Concourse E at BWI. The meditation room offers a peaceful, quiet space for travelers to relax, reflect, and meditate. The room is open 24/7 and features comfortable chairs, soft lighting, and a calming atmosphere.

  • Can I rent a car at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport?

    Yes. Car rental companies such as Enterprise, Avis, Alamo, and Hertz provide rental car services in ATL. The airport's rental car center is accessible via the SkyTrain, which runs from the terminal to the rental car center every three minutes. You can visit the individual rental car company's websites or make any inquires at the airport's information desk upon arrival.

  • Are the onsite hotels at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport?

    Yes. If you anticipate arriving in Atlanta late, consider staying at the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel. It is the only hotel located on the airport property, and it provides guests with easy access to nearby attractions. This will give you a relaxed flight without worrying about how you will connect to your accommodation.

  • Which nearby cities can I get to from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport?

    ATL airport is located in Atlanta, Georgia, and there are many nearby cities and destinations that can be easily reached from the airport. Some nearby cities include College Park, East Point, Forest Park, and Union City. Additionally, with the airport's convenient location near major interstate highways, it is possible to reach other major cities such as Birmingham, Alabama, Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Is it possible to fly from Baltimore to Atlanta nonstop?

    Yes, you will find that most flights from Baltimore/Washington International Airport to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport are nonstop flights. Flights operating this route are operated by airlines such as Delta and Spirit Airlines.

  • What is a quick way to get from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to the city center?

    You can use the MARTA train, which has a station located at the west end of the airport and has trains that can get you to downtown Atlanta in roughly 20min. Rental cars are also convenient and affordable options, which have offices onsite that can be found at the Rental Car Center right outside baggage claim.

  • Are there any facilities for travelers with disabilities at Atlanta International Airport?

    You will find that all the terminals are equipped with wheelchair-accessible pathways, and restrooms are ADA compliant. The airport is fully equipped with service relief areas for passengers traveling with service dogs, which can be found at each concourse, as well as a dog park located at the ground transportation area.

  • Does Atlanta International Airport offer facilities for families?

    You will find that the airport has a nursing station, which can provide a safe and private space for nursing mothers and for infants who require diaper changes. You will also find a number of restaurants on-site for families looking to grab a meal before leaving the airport.

  • What is the cheapest flight from Baltimore to Atlanta?

    In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight from Baltimore to Atlanta was $24 for a one-way ticket and $56 for a round-trip.

  • Do I need a passport to fly between Baltimore and Atlanta?

    A passport is not required to fly from Baltimore to Atlanta.

  • Which airlines offer Wi-Fi service onboard planes from Baltimore to Atlanta?

    Delta, American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and JetBlue offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Baltimore to Atlanta flight route.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Baltimore to Atlanta?

    The Airbus A320neo is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Baltimore to Atlanta flight route.

  • Which airline alliances offer flights from Baltimore to Atlanta?

    SkyTeam is the only airline alliance operating flights between Baltimore and Atlanta.

  • On which days can I fly direct from Baltimore to Atlanta?

    There are nonstop flights from Baltimore to Atlanta on a daily basis.

  • Which is the best airline for flights from Baltimore to Atlanta, Southwest or Delta?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Baltimore to Atlanta are Southwest and Delta. With an average price for the route of $352 and an overall rating of 8.2, Southwest is the most popular choice. Delta is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $226 and an overall rating of 8.0.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Baltimore to Atlanta?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Baltimore to Atlanta.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Baltimore to Atlanta?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Atlanta from Baltimore is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Baltimore to Atlanta?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Atlanta with an airline and back to Baltimore with another airline. Booking your flights between Baltimore and ATL can sometimes prove cheaper using this method.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Baltimore to Atlanta?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Atlanta from Baltimore up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from BWI to Atlanta

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $109 or less one-way and $176 or less round-trip.
  • If you have some extra time at Baltimore Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) before your flight, consider visiting the Thurgood Marshall Tribute, which is close to the Observation Gallery. This memorial honors the life of Thurgood Marshall and his outstanding accomplishments and contributions to American history.
  • Travelers departing from BWI airport can check out a number of art exhibits and galleries located throughout the airport, including near gates D-5, the observation gallery, and at the departure level adjacent to door 10.
  • Business travelers flying to Atlanta do not have to look far for good business facilities. ATL provides several business and conference facilities throughout the terminal for business travelers to use. These facilities include conference rooms, meeting spaces, and workstations.
  • The Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI), commonly referred to as BWI Marshall, is located in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. It is approximately 9 miles south of downtown Baltimore and roughly 30 miles northeast of Washington, D.C.
  • If you want to reach the airport using public transportation, you can use the Line 75 bus, which can get you there in around 26min. You could also use the Tram Light Rail link, which takes around 30min on the rails. Alternatively, you could catch a cab, which takes around 14min to get to BWI.
  • Your flight will land at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, which can be found in the unincorporated areas of Fulton and Clayton Counties and serves the Atlanta, Georgia region. The airport is approximately 7 miles south of downtown Atlanta, and a personal vehicle can get you there in around 13min.
  • If you would prefer to get to the city center of Atlanta from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport using public transport, there are a few options available for you to consider. You can use the MARTA train, which conveniently has a station that can be found at the west end of the airport and has trains that can get you to downtown Atlanta in roughly 20min. You could also choose to travel using the airport shuttle—the buses are found outside the domestic terminal section and take around 30min to get to the city.
  • As you await your transportation before heading into the city, there are a few amenities at Atlanta International Airport, which you can take full advantage of. The airport is fully equipped with service animal relief areas, which can be found in each concourse as well as a dog park located at the ground transportation area. The airport is also fitted with EV charging stations ideal for passengers with electric vehicles and can be found on the ground floor of the domestic terminals.
  • If you are looking to fly to Atlanta for business, the Atlanta International Airport is a convenient airport as it is known for being among the most efficient in the country, and is in close proximity to the business district.
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Prefer to fly non-stop from Baltimore to Atlanta?

Find which airlines fly direct from Baltimore/Washington to Hartsfield-Jackson, which days they fly and book direct flights.

Nonstop departures

Baltimore/Washington to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

Monday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

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Tuesday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Wednesday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

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Thursday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Friday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Saturday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Sunday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

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Nonstop returns

Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Baltimore/Washington

Monday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Tuesday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Wednesday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Thursday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Friday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Saturday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

Sunday

Aeromexico, Air France, Delta, +8 more

Aeromexico, Air France, +9 more

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Top 5 airlines serving from Baltimore to Atlanta

 
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SouthwestOverall score based on 6215 reviews
7.9entertainment
8.1comfort
8.7crew
7.4food
8.3boarding
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I liked that we arrived safely. I did not like how Southwest personnel blamed the boarding delays on wheel chair passengers. If there is a national wheelchair basketball tournament occurring, be ready as a company to respond with appropriate resources to match your cudtomers needs.

4.0 OkayAnne Margaret, Apr 2024RIC - ATL
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I liked that we arrived safely. I did not like how Southwest personnel blamed the boarding delays on wheel chair passengers. If there is a national wheelchair basketball tournament occurring, be ready as a company to respond with appropriate resources to match your cudtomers needs.

I love Southwest! I try not to fly with anyone else!

Lost cabin pressure and had go back to the originating airport. We were left sitting on the plane for more than 30 minutes with no directions from Southwest on what was going on, other than the app telling us there would be a flight at 12:30 AM. I finally got off and went directly to a SW desk and rebooked for the next day. I understand that malfunctions happen, but SW was totally unprepared to manage the situation and did not serve the passengers. To make matters worse, they took one hour to find my checked bag.

The crew at the gate in Baltimore were rude and intimidating and insensitive to the needs of traveling families. They treated us like nuisance children ruining their day rather than the reasons they were working, paying customers with children who were anxious about the boarding experience. I would only travel Southwest again if it were the only option, especially if traveling with my children.

With COVID still around, I wish they wouldn't bunch us up so much at the boarding gates.

Pleasant and responsive flight attendants. Adequate drinks menu Good sized, comfortable seats

I never like the fact that if I don't check in exactly 24 hours before the flight time, I get to board C, and that means sitting between 2 individuals. I would like assigned seating in the airplanes.

I like the boarding procedure. Handle the bird strike issue well.

Boarding and deboarding painfully slow. Southwest is typically delayed in my experience.

Boarding was easy. Plane wasn’t crowded. Plenty of space. Flight was on time. Crew was pleasant.

MSP to Atlanta was much better than Atlanta to St. Kitts. Paid $180 each for myself and wife for Delta comfort from Atlanta to St. Kitts. Seats were more narrow and obviously old and worn out. Tailbone is killing me. Seat would not recline. Seats behind reclined and we were not an exit row or in front of an exit row. Entertainment did not work in that the movie jumped forward and back and there was no audio. The plug in the arm rest was loose. Flight attendant tried “resetting” the video for my seat but no good. She never checked back. Someone else near me had the same issue. Touch screen was unresponsive. No where near as comfortable as MSP to Atlanta flight. 3 plus hrs. flight time without the basic amenities and not even remotely close to comfortable but paid for Comfort plus. I will be very disappointed if I have the same on my return “Comfort Plus” flight St. Kitts to Atlanta. At the very least my wife and I should be refunded for round trip “Comfort Plus” charges. Please feel free to contact me directly for more details.

It was great I love flying Delta and have never had a bad experience with them

They were 2 hours late departing with no explanation. I missed my connection, was rebooked not in correct seating that I paid for. Over all of was horrible. I now know why I've not flown Delta since 2018

Crew was not helpful. Other passengers in first class were over served blatantly over intoxicated.

We just spent $6000 on our first trip since pre COVID and we were stranded on the runway of our departing airport for 2 hours and 15 minutes while our layover was only an hour and a half. We were told by the pilot we were next for de-icing and then got bumped by 3 other planes. Pilot went on to say they only had one guy working the de-icing where they usually have at least 2. In Rochester. In the heart of winter. Someone missed a step and should be fired. I'm not done.

Everything would be much better if Kayak stopped nosing into my business with Delta.

The plane was in bad condition. We were taxied for mode than an hour because a light panel had feel off. The bathroom in first class had broken panels as well. Overall poor aircraft maintenance

Plane was late because of a mechanical malfunction and the food listed as available was not. Flight attendants seem over worked and under paid. They just done seem happy. And that can be seen in their faces.

It's OK. Engine was noisy. The flight was super late. I mean 4 hours late. That is unheard of.

nothing Delta could do... the person sitting next to me was huge and overflowing into my seat

Food options were limited which is absolutely embarrassing for a Flight of this size The staff did not come around as much and I am not accustomed to such poor service from American Airlines Drinks I believe were limited to soda and water

Plane took off without me, my stepdad and a dozen other passengers. It went from an hour delay to boarding in 15 montures without notifying anyone. Names were not called overhead. Now I’m missing a day of work and stuck in Charolette overnight paying for a hotel and Ubers out of pocket

I arrived to the airport 2 hours before my American Airlines flight was scheduled to take off. I have TSA pre-check. The airport was crazy packed when I arrived. After momentarily standing in the pre-check line, the TSA agent said that I am not pre-check. Of course I said that I am because I entered my KTN number on all my traveling sites and programs. I had to get out of line and go back to the AA counter to discover that American Airlines did not add my KTN to my boarding pass. I had to call TSA to find out my number, then have AA enter it onto my boarding pass. The emblem would not load onto my boarding pass. By this time, I decided to use my Clear in order to get through TSA but the line was ridiculous long. By the time I made through TSA, I missed my 11:08am flight and was re-booked for the 5:30pm. This is after the AA employee told me I should have gotten to the airport early. AA use to be a dependable airline not I use them only if I have too.

Average - flew with Jet Blue internal and it was far more comfortable and better food and entertainment. Notable difference

Flight from SBP to DFW 1. They rerouted us through PHX 2. Delayed flight out of SBP for 3 hrs so we missed our connection Downgrade on rerouted flight. Back of the plane, center seats, didn't sit together 4. Return flight out of DFW same exact thing. Delayed, missed connection, Downgrade + they lost our luggage! A complete mess.

On the new 319 NEO? seatback entertainment system did not work even when the flight attendant rebooted it. At least I had my cell phone to connect with wifi.

Good flights. Departure and arrivals were on time. DFW was a little problematic in that the Skytrain without prior notice bypassed the Echo terminal so that delayed my arrival at my connecting flight.

Do not eat the bagel! Otherwise, good albeit late, breakfast in first. Boarding downgrade only because flight was delayed due to plane change due to undisclosed problem with original aircraft. I did not use entertainment.

Because I can’t stand very long in one place, I was allowed to reword.

It was a good flight. Of course it was full, but it went well.

No frills, limited comfort, no food, no entertainment, but fine

You get what you pay for. At least they spend money on getting a crew with awesome customer service skills. Carousel was horrible. Waited over an hour for luggage. Mothers were there with young babies. Only one baggage handler was working the carousels. The flight could have been good had we not had this horribly long, exhausting wait twice on one trip.

Unnecessary announcements through out flight. WiFi on plane is terrible and overpriced

Cancelled my flight last minute and had to end up driving to Texas from Atlanta last minute. I’m going to miss another day of work, drive back to Atlanta , in my own car and spirit doesn’t want to refund the money. First time I tried flying anyone else but delta and I get ripped off . And I had. To pay for seats for a flight that didn’t happen. Usually you could say you get what you pay for but in this case, didn’t get anything and paid for everything never flying spirit again, or even attempting it or thinking about it.

Arrogant lady acting up at check in using fowl language and no one contacted police or security

Was not able to board the flight due to a horrible policy that I needed to be at the gate 1 hour before departure. I lost money on this and the connecting flight due to having to book on another airline. I was flying to Florida for my mother's cancer surgery in the afternoon.

I was charged $99 for a carryon on the 4th out of 4 flights only. It was placed under the seat just like the other times. Ridiculous.

Bad, my flight was delayed several hours. I was suppose to leave at 6:25pm, did not end up leaving till almost 11:00pm.

Great flight on time and kept us informed about our flight situation!!

It was miserable! A week after we booked a non stop round trip ticket Atl-LasVegas, we were told that our non stop return flight from Las Vegas to Atl had been changed to a one stop flight through Fort Lauderdale, without any reason or explanation. When we got to the Las Vegas airport to catch our now 1:16pm flight to Fort Lauderdale, the flight was delayed until 5:30pm, which made our connexion at Fort Lauderdale impossible to catch. When we got to Fort Lauderdale, we ran to the gate where our flight to Atl was, hoping to catch it, even though we only had 7 minutes before take off time. To our dismay, we get there and see a large amount of people complaining in front of the gate because the flight had been delayed due to lack of personnel! We then had to wait another couple of hours to finally take off from Fort Lauderdale. We got to Atl at 5:30 in the morning instead of 11:30. In the meantime, my luggage was also lost, so I had to wait until the next day to get my suitcase back. My husband also lost a day at work because of the delay. We will NEVER fly Spirit again!!

Not have to pay for every single item to take a flight. Seating and delays sucked.

Flight was cancelled and I had to spend the night in the airport lugging my suitcase around

If you don’t check in 24 hours in advance, they will charge you $110 to check your bag instead of the $30. I did not get an email with this information and did not check in. In addition, my flight home was cancelled at layover and I had to spend the night in the airport, and then have another layover at another airport before making it home. Will not fly frontier again.

Terrible. Seats are bad and the baggage policy is inconsistent

Flight delayed 3 times, resulting in late arrival, rental car place gave car away resulting in increased BS charges because I was late. Frontier blows.

I paid for extra leg room. The flimsy plastic seat underneath the floatation seat did not line up with the arm rests. It seemed as if the plastic part was zip tied on but immovable. This caused severe uncomfortable for the duration of the flight.

Left Denver late, then sat on tarmac 30 min after arrival

Better than I expected but I did pay for a seat and carry on bags ahead of time.

Crew members are very rude and not cooperate with passengers.

30 minute delay due to boarding and settling of a family.

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Recent one-way flight deals

 
Only flying one-way? Below are some of the best one-way flight deals from Baltimore to Atlanta found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours.
5/8Wed
nonstopFrontier
2h 01mBWI-ATL
$24
5/28Tue
nonstopSpirit Airlines
1h 55mBWI-ATL
$26
4/23Tue
nonstopSpirit Airlines
1h 56mBWI-ATL
$27
5/4Sat
nonstopFrontier
2h 01mBWI-ATL
$29
5/5Sun
nonstopDelta
1h 54mBWI-ATL
$139
4/25Thu
nonstopDelta
1h 52mBWI-ATL
$165
4/28Sun
1 stopAmerican Airlines
3h 21mBWI-ATL
$177
4/23Tue
1 stopAmerican Airlines
6h 55mBWI-ATL
$248
4/23Tue
nonstopSouthwest
1h 50mBWI-ATL
$271
4/23Tue
2 stopsSouthwest
6h 35mBWI-ATL
$285

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These last-minute flight deals are the cheapest flights found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours for flights from Baltimore to Atlanta that are departing in the next 10 days.
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nonstopSpirit Airlines
1h 56mBWI-ATL
4/24Wed
nonstopSpirit Airlines
1h 51mATL-BWI
$53
4/23Tue
nonstopSpirit Airlines
1h 56mBWI-ATL
4/27Sat
nonstopSpirit Airlines
1h 50mATL-BWI
$54
4/23Tue
nonstopSpirit Airlines
1h 56mBWI-ATL
4/24Wed
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
9h 58mATL-BWI
$59
4/23Tue
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
6h 27mBWI-ATL
4/27Sat
nonstopSpirit Airlines
1h 50mATL-BWI
$68
4/23Tue
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
6h 27mBWI-ATL
4/24Wed
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
9h 58mATL-BWI
$72
4/23Tue
nonstopFrontier
2h 01mBWI-ATL
5/21Tue
nonstopFrontier
1h 58mATL-BWI
$73
4/23Tue
nonstop
2h 01mBWI-ATL
4/27Sat
nonstop
1h 50mATL-BWI
$77
4/23Tue
nonstopFrontier
2h 10mBWI-ATL
4/23Tue
nonstopFrontier
1h 51mATL-BWI
$83
4/23Tue
multi-stopFrontier
25h 25mBWI-ATL
4/27Sat
nonstopFrontier
1h 53mATL-BWI
$84
4/23Tue
nonstopFrontier
2h 01mBWI-ATL
4/27Sat
nonstopFrontier
1h 53mATL-BWI
$88

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Baltimore - Atlanta Flights

Departure:

Baltimore (BWI)United States

Destination:

Atlanta (ATL)United States

Return flight deals:

Atlanta - Baltimore

Cabin classes:

$690
$719
$629
$69

Compare transportation modes for Baltimore to Atlanta

Average priceAverage duration
Flights$7421h 55m
Trains$27015h 28m