Private flights from
Washington Dulles Int. (IAD)
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About Washington Dulles Int. (IAD)
1 Saarinen Cir, Dulles, VA 20166
Washington Dulles Int. in DC is a large sized airport with private flights serving the surrounding cities of Washington, Baltimore, Richmond, and Harrisburg
Private charter flights from Washington Dulles Int.
There are 6 aircraft within 500 miles of Washington Dulles Int. in District Of Columbia available to be chartered starting from $2,086 per trip. Select a private jet, turboprop, single or multi-engine aircraft and a destination to explore per seat and total flight costs.
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About Washington Dulles Int.
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) sits on 12,000 acres just 25 miles outside of Washington DC and was built in 1962 to meet the growing demand for airport capacity in the nation’s capital. It is the largest of the 3 airports serving the Washington DC area and has the potential to host over 1 million aircraft operations per year. IAD serves as a hub for domestic, international, and cargo travel.
The valet and economy lot are currently closed for COVID restrictions. Garage 1 and 2 are available at economy rates if reserved online at reserve.flydulles.com
Terminal parking is available for $20 /day and Garage 1 and 2 are available for $12 /day or $6 /hour. Online reservations are optional and can be made at least 12 hours before arrival.
Things to do
Washington DC Monuments
The nation’s capital is only 25 miles away where you can see landmarks such as the Washington Monument, White House, and the Capitol Building.
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, part of the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, is less than a 10 minute drive from IAD with thousands of space and aviation artifacts on display. Other Washington DC museums include the Spy Museum and Haulocast Museum.
Virginia Wine Country
Northern Virginia’s Wine Country is home to hundreds of vineyards and wineries. Visitors can escape the city and enjoy the small towns and mountains that make up Northern Virginia Wine Country.