Cheap Flights from Dallas to New Orleans Louis Armstrong
Flight information Dallas to New Orleans Louis Armstrong
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 441 miles
Most popular airline last month
New Orleans Louis Armstrong
From “The Big D” to “The Big Easy,” Dallas and New Orleans represent two very different experiences of the American South. The 500-mile trip takes an hour and a half in the air, flying direct.
American Airlines has the most flights between Dallas/Fort Worth Airport (DFW) and Louis Armstrong Airport(MSY). In an average week, they offer 50 nonstop flights on the route. Spirit Airlines has 8. If you want to travel from Dallas Love Field(DAL), you can catch one of Southwest’s 50 direct flights.
Making your way to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field
Dallas has two main airports. The biggest is Dallas/Fort Worth. Positioned just halfway between those two cities, it serves an enormous metro area and consistently earns a place at the top of the list of America’s busiest airports. Its 5 terminals are well laid out and connected by the free and frequent Skylink train (which runs every 2 minutes) as well as free Terminal Link vans (every 10 minutes). If you’d like to take public transport to DFW you have your choice of the DART Light Rail, the Trinity Railway Express commuter rail line, as well as private shuttles.
Dallas Love Field is a much smaller, quieter airport, located within the city limits, about 6 miles from downtown. The single-terminal airport is easy to get around. You can reach DAL by catching the DART's Love Link 524 bus route, which connects to the DART Rail Green Line and Orange Line. If you’re driving to either airport, you’ll want to budget at least an hour’s driving time to account for Dallas traffic.
Arriving in New Orleans
Both the beauty and the scars of everything The Big Easy has been through are woven into the very fabric and character of this place. Along with history, jazz music, dive bars and an unquenchable appetite for celebration are powerful forces in New Orleans, and they’ll inform every part of your trip.
Take a slow stroll through the unfaded glories of the historic Garden Quarter, fill your belly with jambalaya and smoky BBQ, and watch an evening drift away on the strains of a hot string quartet on Bourbon Street. If you’d like to take some time out for the serious side of New Orleans, several companies offer tours based on the events of Hurricane Katrina. The Ninth Ward Rebirth Bike Tour focuses on the rebuilding efforts and donate part of their proceeds to community charities.
If you want to save money on your tickets from Dallas to New Orleans, use Skyscanner’s free airfare comparison tool. It takes just a few clicks to scour dozens of sites and find the cheapest flights out there.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.