Come fly with us over the lovely Northern Baltimore County area to experience a once in a lifetime experience of a hot air balloon flight. Soaring over the wide-open fields and experiencing the spectacular view will create memories that will Last for a lifetime!

Information on Flights

  • Book your hot air balloon flight today for the perfect gift for any occasion.
  • Flights occur at sunrise or two hours before sunset.
  • We can carry up to four passengers.

Flights last for 45 minutes to an hour. The whole ballooning experience from start to finish will last about three to four hours at the most. You will meet the pilot and crew at a location about an hour and a half before the flight to drive to the launch location. We will then assemble the balloon and cold inflate the balloon, which the passengers can assist in the inflation process if they choose.

Once the balloon is standing you will be asked to join the pilot in the basket. From there your journey will begin.

After landing and packing the balloon up we will have a champagne toast and the passengers will be presented with a first flight pin.

 Rates:Champagne Flight

  • $250 per person for a 45-60 minute flight. If you book a champagne flight you will be flying with other passengers.

Romantic Hot Air Balloon Flight for two:

  • $675 for a balloon flight for 45-60 minutes. You and that special someone will be the only two on board with the pilot for romantic adventure that will be an unforgettable adventure.

Limitations:

  • We can only carry four passengers at a time.
  • We ask that passengers do not weigh over 280 pounds for safety reasons.
  • We ask that each passenger be at least 12 years of age and children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and adult.
  • The passenger must be in good health and be able to stand for an hour flight

If you have any questions about a hot air balloon ride or would like to book a ride please contact us at (410) 592-6166 or email Flights@MarylandBalloonFlights.com

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