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Dulles International Airport (IAD)

Airlines, Parking, and Ground Transportation


Dulles International Airport was the first U.S. airport designed for commercial jet travel and was dedicated on November 17, 1962 by President John F. Kennedy. The airport is located 26 miles from Washington, DC in Chantilly, Virginia. Getting to Dulles Airport is easy. From I-495, just follow the Dulles Access Highway to the end. See a map. The airport offers nonstop service to 114 destinations including 37 international locations.

For information about flight reservations and pricing, you'll have to call the specific airline directly or check online with a reservation service.

Airlines Serving Dulles International Airport

Air Canada
Air France
Alaska Airlines
America West Airlines
American Airlines
American Eagle
British Airways
BWI International Airways
Continental Express
Delta Connection
Delta Shuttle
Jet Blue
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Korean Air
Northwest Airlines
Saudi Arabian Airlines
South African Airways
Sun Country Airlinrs
United Airlines
United Express
US Airways
US Airways Express

Parking at Dulles International Airport

Public parking includes two daily garages, four economy parking lots and one hourly lot in front of the Main Terminal. Free shuttle buses are provided to transport passengers from the parking lots to the airport.

PAY & GO is an automated payment system with payment machines located in the lower level of the terminal near the east and west exit doors and on the pedestrian bridge near the Daily Parking Garage. Read more about airport parking

Ground Transportation

Washington Flyer Taxicabs serve Dulles International Airport exclusively. Taxis are dispatched from the "Taxi Passengers" area on the lower level of the Main Terminal. Advance reservations are not needed. A one way fare to Washington, DC costs $50 and up. Read more about Washington DC Taxis.

Washington Flyer Coach Service departs from Dulles Airport every 30 minutes from Arrivals Level Door 4 of the Main Terminal Building. You can take this bus to the Metro for just $9.

Metrobus operates an express bus service between Dulles Airport and downtown Washington, DC. The fare is just $3, but the buses run every 60 minutes.

SuperShuttle, a van service offers shared rides within the metropolitan area. Fares are about $22 to downtown Washington, DC. For information, call 1-800-BLUEVAN.

Rental Cars On-site include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, and Thrifty.

Got an early morning flight? You may want to considering staying overnight at a hotel near Dulles International Airport See Hotels near Dulles

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