Located centrally on the East Coast, Washington, DC boasts three major airports, has direct train routes to many major Northeast cities, and is less than a day’s drive away from more than half of the U.S. population!
Flying to the Convention
With hundreds of daily flights, getting into Washington, DC is easy! Choose from three major airports in the metro area.
|Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
- 7 miles
- 20 minute drive
- $4 on the Metro
- $14 on Super Shuttle
- $30 cab ride
|Washington Dulles Internationational Airport (IAD)
- 28 miles
- 40 minute drive
- $29 on Super Shuttle
- $60 cab ride
|Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI)
- 39 miles
- 55 minute drive
- $37 on Super Shuttle
- $90 cab ride
Delta Airlines is offering a special discount for attendees traveling to Washington, DC from within the U.S. and Canada. Use meeting event code NMGKV to take advantage of this offer.
Official Travel Agency
Receive assistance with your travel arrangements by booking via Premiere Travel, at (800) 456-2335 or (703) 821-8884, 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday–Friday.
Transportation to the Hotel
The Washington, DC Metro System is an inexpensive travel option from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Just $4 gets you to the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro station, right across the street from the hotels!
Share a Super Shuttle van for a quick and easy way to get from any airport to the hotel. Plus, use discount code 4YY85 to save up to $5 on a round trip ride!
Rent a Car
If you’re renting a car for your time in DC, make sure to take advantage of discounts with Avis for convention attendees using Avis Worldwide Discount (AWD) Number, D016820.
Driving to the Convention
By car, the nation’s capital is just a short drive away from most major Northeast cities. No scanners, no peanuts, and bring as much baggage as you like!
Taking the Bus to the Convention
Put your feet up and let someone else do the driving! Low-cost bus lines like Megabus and BoltBus offer travel from many East Coast cities for an unbeatable price.
- Tickets for as low as $1 each way.
- Many lines pick up and drop off at Union Station.
- Direct routes from most major Northeast cities.
Taking the Train to the Convention
Taking the train is an inexpensive, stress-free way to get to Washington, DC from along the Northeast corridor.
From Union Station
- Direct routes from most major cities in the Northeast.
- Major stop for Amtrak’s high-speed Acela Express service.
- MARC and VRE commuter train access from the surrounding areas.
- Hop on the Metro’s red line, which goes straight to the hotels!