Cheap Flights from New Orleans Louis Armstrong to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
Flight information New Orleans Louis Armstrong to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
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Average flight time, total distance 425 miles
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On a direct service, the trip from New Orleans to Atlanta should take about an hour and a half of flying time. You’ll cover about 425 miles, heading northeast from the tropical bayous of the Big Easy to Atlanta’s modern skyline.
Delta and Southwest both offer packed weekly schedules of nonstop flights from New Orleans Louis Armstrong Airport (MSY) to Atlanta Hartsfield International (ATL), so it shouldn’t be too difficult to round up a cheap ticket.
Making your way to Louis Armstrong Airport
Located 11 miles from downtown New Orleans, this medium-sized airport consists of one terminal building. A long ticketing hall joins four concourses, which are designated A, B, C, and D. There is free WiFi throughout the airport, and you’ll find a pet relief area located beside the short-term parking garage.
Drivers will find plenty of parking options at MSY, though the cheapest option, the credit card lot, will still set you back $10/day. You can take public transport to the airport.
The Airport-Downtown Express (E-2) Bus costs $2, and travels between downtown New Orleans and the airport terminal Door 7. The journey takes about 50 minutes, and service may be limited at certain times. Be sure to check the schedule in advance.
Arriving in Atlanta
The vibrancy of Atlanta owes a lot to its rapid growth. Tech, industry, and bioscience all have a strong foothold here, and the young, educated population has shaped the culture and (especially) the nightlife of Atlanta. Whether you love cocktails, microbrews, or shots, you’ll enjoy the Andrews Entertainment District, which is home to dozens of innovative bars and clubs to suit every taste. The city’s restaurant scene is top-notch, and if you’re looking for entertainment you’ll find everything from the historic Fox Theater to the largest aquarium in the world.
The nearby Six Flags adventure park caters to thrill seekers, and the World of Coca Cola offers 60,000 square feet of history, memorabilia, and general fizzy fun. Atlanta’s many museums are all worth a visit, especially the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and the High Museum of Art, which houses one of the foremost collections in the southeast.
As the hometown of Martin Luther King, Jr., the city also takes special pride in The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, an educational center which brings humanity’s past and ongoing struggle for justice to life through moving exhibits.
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