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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To New Orleans?

The cheapest flights to New Orleans found within the past 7 days were $39. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
PHL New Orleans Nov 19 - Nov 20 $39
ATL New Orleans Dec 4 - Dec 7 $77
ORD New Orleans Nov 19 - Nov 20 $77
ORD New Orleans Nov 19 - Nov 20 $77
DTW New Orleans Feb 11 - Feb 12 $91
EWR New Orleans Nov 19 - Nov 21 $119
EWR New Orleans Nov 19 - Nov 21 $119
BOS New Orleans Dec 7 - Dec 14 $125
LAX New Orleans Dec 9 - Dec 11 $133
DFW New Orleans Dec 4 - Dec 7 $152
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
PHL New Orleans Nov 17 - Nov 23 $110
ORD New Orleans Nov 16 - Nov 23 $123
ORD New Orleans Nov 16 - Nov 23 $123
ATL New Orleans Nov 16 - Nov 22 $138
BOS New Orleans Nov 16 - Nov 21 $174
DFW New Orleans Nov 17 - Nov 19 $199
DTW New Orleans Nov 17 - Nov 22 $208
LAX New Orleans Nov 15 - Nov 20 $211
EWR New Orleans Nov 16 - Nov 19 $224
EWR New Orleans Nov 16 - Nov 19 $224
*Prices include taxes and fees

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New Orleans Destination Guide

Flight Info

Destination Airport Louis Armstrong New Orleans Intl.
Destination City Name New Orleans
Flight Price $33

FAQs about New Orleans Flights

Which airlines fly to New Orleans?

Buckle up and jet through the clouds on one of the 14 airlines that fly into New Orleans. Some of the most respectable carriers include:

  • Delta
  • Aeromexico
  • Japan Transocean Air
What airport is best to fly into New Orleans?

New Orleans, LA Airport (MSY-Louis Armstrong New Orleans Intl.) is roughly 11 miles (18 kilometers) from all the hustle and bustle of downtown New Orleans. It's the sole airport servicing the city, so there's no possibility of your cabbie transporting you to the wrong one!

Where to stay in New Orleans

Whether you're visiting New Orleans on a family escape, for work or for an event, we're confident you'll find the perfect place to stay. Book with Travelocity and select from 458 accommodations within a short distance of the heart of town.

Plush rooms, high thread-count sheets and fabulous service are what you'll find when you spend your nights at the AC Hotels by Marriott New Orleans Bourbon or the JW Marriott New Orleans. Can't see yourself spending much time in your room? Check out budget options like the Hotel Villa Convento and the New Orleans Courtyard Hotel and splurge on unforgettable experiences instead.

Make the most of your stay in New Orleans and stop by Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Central Business District. With both the Royal St. Charles Hotel and the Courtyard by Marriott New Orleans Near the French Quarter only a stroll away, there's no reason for you not to go see it!

Places to visit in New Orleans

Ardent sightseers will want to check out the New Orleans Museum of Art and French Market. Would you like more things to do in this bustling city? Jackson Square and Audubon Park should keep you busy.

For a deeper insight into the character of the area, participate in a visitors' tour of the campus and buildings of Tulane University. Like some more options? Head to Mardi Gras World and get a glimpse into the industry of this area's manufacturing. And that's not all. History may not come to life in high school classrooms, but the exhibitions at National World War II Museum make learning an exciting experience for all guests.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to New Orleans

Your trip to New Orleans kicks off as soon as you've finished all the security checks. Here are a few hints and tips to make sure you get through quickly:

  • Make sure your boarding pass and passport are easy to access. You'll need to show them straightaway.
  • It's helpful to know that metal belt buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you have one on, you may be asked to step back and remove it before proceeding.
  • Laptops, tablets and other electronic devices must be placed in a bin to be X-rayed.
  • When it comes to traveling with liquids or gels, all passengers are permitted a quart-sized clear zip-lock bag to keep containers no bigger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).
  • Steel-cap boots and other cumbersome shoes are often X-rayed by security personnel. It might be wise to wear lightweight sneakers instead.
  • Some places have strict quarantine laws. Think about where you're going to and whether or not you're allowed to travel with fresh fruit and other foods.

Flights To New Orleans

You know that feeling you get when you have eaten a delicious meal, and the friendly conversation has given way to the sounds of saxophones as you take in a live jazz performance? That, dear traveler, is called total contentment, and it is just what you will find on a getaway to New Orleans. After all, this is a city that is renowned for both its culinary and musical roots, which are arguably the foundation of all things enjoyable in life. Thanks to Travelocity’s New Orleans plane tickets, you'll never miss a beat. Whether you are visiting for a jazz festival or simply to eat until you drop, New Orleans is buzzing all year-round.

Transportation from MSY

Flights to New Orleans touch down at Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY), about 15 miles west of the city center. There are some excellent airport hotels near MSY with good transport links to the main attractions. The official Airport Shuttle bus is the ideal way to get to your hotel. You can buy shuttle tickets or book a limousine or cab in the arrivals area of the airport. Going a little further? Rent a car to explore more of New Orleans and Louisiana. Got your eye on the convertible? We have the cheapest flights to New Orleans, so you just might save enough cash to splurge. Once you are downtown, the famous New Orleans streetcars travel to many attractions. Take a ride along Bourbon Street to a jazz session or to the French Quarter.

Things to Do Near MSY

You’ll feel the laid-back Louisiana vibes as soon as your New Orleans flight breaks through the clouds and you see the ol’ Mississippi River below. If before you were in a rush to arrive at your hotel, you will soon feel nothing but relaxed, and as you make your way into the city, you’ll find there are several spots worth a stop before you reach your final destination.

  • Longue Vue House and Gardens: Along Route 61, in the western neighborhood of Dixon, you’ll come across the Longue Vue House and Gardens, an extravagant mansion from the 1930s. Its 8 acres of formal gardens include the state’s most impressive iris collection, plus plenty of history for those who are more interested in the past than in petals.
  • Mortuary Haunted House: In the same area, take a hauntingly historical ghost tour at the Mortuary Haunted House, then pause for a moment of true reflection at the Hurricane Katrina Memorial.
  • City Park: Just a bit further east you’ll find City Park, where you could spend days exploring the whimsical Storyland park and the New Orleans Museum of Art.

Hotels in New Orleans

Of course, you will eventually make your way to your accommodation, and as in any city, the location of your New Orleans hotel is key. The French Quarter is easily the most popular neighborhood, but even within this area you have many options. Whether you want five-star luxury or affordable digs to match our great flight deals to New Orleans, you’ll find it here:

  • Bourbon Orleans Hotel is just a few blocks from famous Jackson Square, as well as the Historic Voodoo Museum and authentic voodoo shops of Bourbon Street. If you like your vacations with a touch of unique flavor, this area is for you.
  • Omni Royal Orleans offers equally posh surrounds in the French Quarter, offering room options such as private balconies, hot tubs, and luxurious suites.
  • Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans has the bustling theatre district to the west and the fluttering Audubon Butterfly Garden to the east, making it the perfect combination of nightlife and relaxation.
  • Le Pavillon Hotel is just outside the French Quarter, but a short walk to multiple streetcar lines, putting you near all the revelry while maintaining a feeling of special seclusion.

Experience the “Big Easy”

New Orleans is simply bursting with things to see and do—which is appropriate in a city that encourages you to indulge in all of life’s great pleasures. From food to music to shopping, you’ll find an array of activities that is almost as endless as Travelocity’s great selection of New Orleans airfare. And if you simply want to put your feet up with an ice-cold drink and let the sweet sounds of jazz carry you away, that is no problem either. In New Orleans, the day and the night belong to your imagination.

Need insider tips on must-see attractions in New Orleans? Check out our New Orleans travel guide!

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.