Flights from Evansville (EVV) to Baltimore (BWI)

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      Travel information for Evansville to Baltimore

      Photo of Baltimore   Baltimore
      Evansville to Baltimore596 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for Evansville
      • Only 26.1 miles separate Evansville from Owensboro (OWB)
      • Only 81.8 miles separate Evansville from Marion (MWA)
      • Only 86.5 miles separate Evansville from Bloomington (BMG)

       How much do things cost in Baltimore and Evansville?

      Evansville Baltimore
      Large bottle of water$2.00$1.63
      3 bedroom apartment downtown$900.00$2207.14
      Taxi - fixed fee$3.00$2.00
      One-way ticket (local transport)$1.00$1.60

        Facts and figures about flying from Evansville to Baltimore

      • Evansville to Baltimore flights are delayed 2.4% of the time
      • For flights between Evansville and Baltimore, the typical cancellation rate is 1 percent
      • Flights from Evansville to Baltimore most frequently use Atlanta International as a connection
      • Flights from Evansville to Baltimore offer an Embraer ERJ 135/ERJ 140/ERJ 145 as the smallest available aircraft
      • The Embraer ERJ 145 is the most popular aircraft used for flights between Evansville and Baltimore
      • The average delay between Evansville and Baltimore is 27 mins
      • ExpressJet operates 107 flights per week between Evansville and Baltimore
      • Flights between Evansville and Baltimore are rarely subject to diversions