Airports in DC

Airports for Private Jets in Washington DC

Private flights are a popular way for executives, diplomats, VIPs and other luxury travelers to arrive in the nation’s capital.

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From major international hubs to regional and military airports, there are several airports for private and government aircraft to choose from when planning a flights to and from Washington DC.

What airports do private jets use when flying to DC?

That depends on who’s flying in them — typically, private jet travelers can choose from a half dozen airports outside of BWI that will land you close to the nation’s capital, with Dulles International being the most suitable and popular choice for charter flights.

Military and governmental planes, on the other hand, have access to Andrews Air Force Base and other nearby military airfields, and our brokers can arrange charter flights to these airfields given prior permissions have been granted to passengers.

Check out our most frequently requested and used DC private jet airports, including their facilities and services for business and private aviation.

(KIAD, IAD) Washington Dulles International Airport – Loudoun, VA

Washington Dulles International Airport (IATA: IAD, ICAO: KIAD, FAA LID: IAD) – a popular airport for business jets heading to the nation’s capital. Located just 26 miles west of downtown D.C. in the Virginia counties of Loudoun and Fairfax. Dulles is the preferred airport for private jets in DC, with flights between (TEB) Teterboro and (IAD) Dulles ranked as the 2nd busiest private jet route in the United States.

(KDCA, DCA) Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport – Washington D.C.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (IATA: DCA, ICAO: KDCA, FAA LID: DCA) – also known as Washington National, it’s the closest commercial hub to the nation’s capital and serves more than 20 million passengers in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. Located 3 miles south of downtown D.C. in Arlington County, Virginia.

(KADW, ADW) Andrews Air Force Base – Camp Springs, MD

Joint Base Andrews (IATA: ADW ICAO: KADW FAA LID: ADW) – a United States military facility located in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Known as the home of Air Force One. Private flights for government/military purposes may be able to receive clearance to land at Andrews Air Base.

(W32) Washington Executive Airpark – Clinton, MD

(KCGS, CGS) College Park Airport – College Park, MD

(KVKX, VKX) Potomac Airfield – Fort Washington, MD

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