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Easy Check In
On time . just one of the best flights. Very organized
Being kept updated about delay.
Enjoyed the flight
Great service on the plane
The only airline I fly. Another great trip and arrived early. Thank you to the pilots!
On time flight.
I will fly Delta more often
Complimentary diversity of Healthy snacks
|Number of Daily Flights||13|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 23|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 24|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Detroit Wayne County (DTW) Airport is located about 20 miles southwest of central Detroit, Michigan. It is easily accessed via the Detroit Industrial Expressway (I-94) or by taking US Route 24 to Eureka Road. Flights to Washington Ronald Reagan National (DCA) are nonstop and flights usually last for 90 minutes. To get to central Washington D.C., travel north on George Washington Memorial Parkway and cross the Arland D. Williams Junior Memorial Bridge continuing north. You can also reach your destination via taxi, Amtrak, Metrorail, bus or shuttle service.
The nation's capital has an abundance of free and affordable attractions. Be sure to visit the Lincoln Memorial, Ford's Theatre, the National Air and Space Museum, the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, the National Zoological Park, the National Building Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, National World War II Memorial, Freer Art Gallery and the United States National Arboretum. Other favorite attractions include the National Aquarium and, of course, the White House.
Washington D.C. has a typical Mid-Atlantic climate that's quite temperate. Winters are chilly and summers hot and humid, so visiting during the spring and fall are popular options. Blizzards are also common every few years, so pack appropriately. Travelers often stay in central D.C. for the convenience, but public transportation is readily available.