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Louisiana Airport Hotels
Major Airports in New Orleans & Baton Rouge
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
A public use airport, BTR is served by major airlines like American, Delta, United, and US Airways.
Supporting major airlines like American, Delta, and United, LFT is also home to PHI, Inc. – the world’s largest helicopter company.
Monroe Regional Airport (MLU) is settled in northern Louisiana and supports American, Delta, and United airlines. Said to be the birthplace of Delta Air Lines, MLU serves the city of Monroe as well as West Monroe, Delhi, Winnsboro and Bastrop.
Serving the New Orleans metropolitan area, the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) supports the following airlines: Southwest, Frontier, Jet Blue, American, Delta, United, and US Airways. A public use international airport, MSY was once referred to as Moisant Field.
Set in northwestern Louisiana, the Shreveport Regional Airport (SHV) is a public airport serving the city of Shreveport. A 1,625-acre airport, SHV is served by major airlines such as Allegiant Air, American, Delta, and United.
Did You Know…
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is the world’s second lowest-lying international airport? It was also named in honor of local Jazz legend Louis Armstrong in 2001 to celebrate his 100th birthday. Check out the Armstrong Art Collection at MSY – a collection of artwork and photography commemorating Mr. Armstrong.
Area Visitor Favorites
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Chalmette National Battlefield
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Fishing in Louisiana
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A Louisiana Plantation
On your next trek through Louisiana, be sure to explore any of these excellent museums, like the Louisiana History Museum.
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Louisiana State Capitol
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Put your way to par in Louisiana.
Keep it in the fairway and try any of these nine premier golf courses in Louisiana. Head north, or check out New Orleans.
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Mississippi River in Baton Rouge
An unbeatable itinerary for your visit to Baton Rouge – covering everything from museums and parks to events and more.
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Cathedral of St. John
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Racing in LA
Across Louisiana, check out these excellent racetracks. From Shreveport to Baton Rouge, get into gear and watch some races.
- French Quarter Field Guide
Try our French Quarter Field Guide
Check out the many activities in the French Quarter – from incredible food to festivities, history, and shopping.
- Best Things to Do in Monroe
Check out these great trip ideas before you visit the "Twin Cities of northeast Louisiana," Monroe and West Monroe.
- Top Free Things to Do in NOLA
Historic Site in the French Quarter
We've all been there - sometimes you need to save a few bucks when traveling. So, before you head to NOLA, check out these free things to do and mark your itinerary accordingly.