Travel Information

It is important that you make your hotel reservations before booking travel arrangements. Travel times noted are approximate and may vary significantly depending on local traffic during commuter rush hours.




Airline Discounts

Delta Airlines and United Airlines are both offering discounted airfare for travel related to the FCCLA conference.

  • Delta Airlines


    Visit Delta's website and input your flight details. Enter NMTP4 in the Meeting Code box.

    By Phone

    Call Delta Meeting Network® at 1 (800) 328-1111 and refer to Meeting Event Code NMTP4. There is no service fee for reservations booked and ticketed via the 800 number. This option is available Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. (CT).

  • United Airlines


    Visit United's website and input your flight details. Click the Advanced Search link and enter ZHNH243558 in the Promotions and Certificates box.

    By Phone

    Call United Meetings Reservations at 1 (800) 426-1122 and refer to Z code ZHNH243558. This option is available Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. (CT) and Saturday-Sunday, 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (CT).

    To receive the discount, roundtrip travel must occur on any dates three days before and three days after the official conference dates. This offer is only available for flights booked to either Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Dulles International Airport (IAD), or Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI).

Getting To and From the Airport


Local Transportation

  • Metro

    Metro offers rail, bus, and other transportation services to help you get around Washington, D.C. Please visit the website to explore all that Metro offers along with daily routes, schedules, and pricing.

  • DC Circulator

    The DC Circulator provides public transportation to the District’s main attractions and most lively neighborhoods for business, culture, and entertainment at a cost of only $1. To see the Circulator’s six distinct routes and to learn more, please visit the website.


  • Downtown Washington, D.C.

    There’s no shortage of places to grab a bite to eat during your visit to Washington, D.C. regardless of your group’s size or budget. For options around downtown Washington, D.C., check Destination DC’s Places to Eat. Or download the conference app for a list of dining options of all types nearby.

  • Inside the Convention Center

    Inside the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, several concessions stands and a food court offer a variety of dining options. All concession stands located within the Exhibits EXPO will be open during expo hours. Concession stands outside of the Exhibits EXPO will operate during peak conference times.

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