Getting There

October 02, 2005

By Plane

Use this chart to help you book the best round-trip fares from BWI. Researched Sept. 25, these fares are provided for information only. Fares may be dropped or changed on a daily basis without notice, may not apply to all seats on all flights and may be subject to advance booking, availability, payment restrictions and penalties for cancellation or changes. Extremely limited fares (including some weekend fares) may not be included. Taxes are not included. Source: 1-800-FLY-4-LESS

City......Price......Airline

Atlanta...$258...US Airways

Boston...$118...Continental

Chicago...$178...American, Northwest, US Airways

Cleveland...$166...Continental, Delta, Southwest

Dallas...$308...Frontier

Denver...$238...Airtran, ATA Airlines, Midwest

Hartford...$88...United, US Airways

Honolulu...$598...ATA Airlines

Las Vegas...$198...American, Northwest, United

Los Angeles...$264...American

Miami...$158...American, Continental, US Airways

Minneapolis...$208...AirTran, ATA Airlines

Nashville...$108...American, Continental, Northwest

New Orleans...$152...Continental, Northwest, United

New York...$352...Delta, United, US Airways

Orlando...$168...Airtran, US Airways, Southwest

Phoenix...$274...Frontier, Northwest, United

St. Louis...$168...Delta

San Francisco...$250...Northwest

Seattle...$178...Continental, Frontier, US Airways

Tampa...$158...United, US Airways, Southwest

By Rail / Steamboat

Take in fall colors along the Mississippi on a 12-day trip by train and steamboat, with prices beginning at $2,995 a person. The trip from Uncommon Journeys begins Oct. 21 with a three-night stay at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago. Participants then travel aboard the Texas Eagle train to St. Louis for sightseeing before embarking on the Mississippi Queen for a seven-night sailing from St. Louis to St. Paul, Minn., with four excursion stops in between; all meals and entertainment are included. 800-323-5893; www.trainholidays.com/th.

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