Distance from Portland, MI to IAD Airport

Distance

606 mi

Time

9 hours 23 mins

Gas Cost

$42 - $83

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There are 473.64 miles from Portland to Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) in southeast direction and 606 miles (975.26 kilometers) by car, following the I-76 E and PATP route.

Portland and IAD Airport are 9 hours 23 mins far apart, if you drive non-stop.

This is the fastest route from Portland, MI to IAD Airport. The halfway point is Windham, OH.

Portland, MI and IAD Airport are in the same time zone (EDT). Current time in both locations is 10:03 am.

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Gas Consumption and Emissions

A car with an MPG of will need 28.07 gallons of gas to cover the route between Portland, MI and IAD Airport.

The estimated cost of gas to go from Portland to IAD Airport is $68.78.

During the route, an average car will release 549.98 pounds of CO2 to the atmosphere. Your carbon footprint is 0.91 pounds of CO2 per mile.


Halfway Point Between Portland, MI and IAD Airport

If you want to meet halfway between Portland, MI and IAD Airport or just make a stop in the middle of your trip, the exact coordinates of the halfway point of this route are 41.239170 and -81.000137, or 41º 14' 21.012" N, 81º 0' 0.4932" W. This location is 303.17 miles away from Portland, MI and IAD Airport and it would take approximately 4 hours 41 mins to reach the halfway point from both locations.

Closest City or Town to Halfway Point

The closest town to the halfway point is Windham, OH, situated 288.72 miles from Portland, MI and 320.18 miles from IAD Airport. It would take 4 hours 28 mins to go from Portland to Windham and 5 hours 18 mins to go from IAD to Windham.

Major City Closest to Halfway Point

The major city closest to the halfway point between Portland, MI and IAD Airport is Akron, OH, situated 279.13 miles from Portland, MI and 342.94 miles from IAD Airport. It would take 4 hours 15 mins to go from Portland to and 5 hours 36 mins to go from IAD to Akron.

Major Cities Along the Route

Some other major cities along the route include Toledo, OH,Ann Arbor, MI, and Lansing, MI.

Best Hotels In or Near IAD Airport

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Lowest Price Rental Cars in Portland, MI

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From $18

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Weather in Portland and IAD

Portland

Light snow (< 1 in.) on Friday, with high temperatures peaking at 40°F on Thursday.

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Partly cloudy day Partly cloudy day Cloudy Snow Partly cloudy day
36° 20° 40° 30° 40° 36° 38° 33° 35° 30°
6% Rain probability 10% Rain probability 43% Rain probability 40% Rain probability 3% Rain probability
5 192 degrees 11 199 degrees 7 200 degrees 13 332 degrees 11 296 degrees

IAD

Rain on Thursday and Friday, with high temperatures rising to 57°F on Friday.

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Clear day Partly cloudy day Rain Rain Wind
41° 30° 44° 26° 49° 31° 57° 46° 46° 36°
4% Rain probability 3% Rain probability 95% Rain probability 99% Rain probability 25% Rain probability
8 322 degrees 5 183 degrees 4 95 degrees 8 179 degrees 13 286 degrees

Distance conversions

Checkout the distance in miles, kilometers and nautical miles between Portland, MI and IAD Airport in this table:

Distance type Miles Kilometers Nautical miles
Straight line distance 473.64 mi 762.24 km 411.58 nautical mi
Driving distance 606 mi 975.82 km 526.90 nautical mi

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