Cheap Flights from New Orleans Louis Armstrong to Chicago in 2019
Flight information New Orleans Louis Armstrong to Chicago
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Average flight time, total distance 837 miles
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Departing Louis Armstrong Airport
If you’re planning to fly from New Orleans to Chicago, you’ll need to make use of the Louis Armstrong airport in New Orleans as your point of departure. To fly on this route, you’ll be able to pick from flying with United Airlines, Spirit, or American Airlines.
There aren’t an abundance of flights along this route, so you may have to compromise on your flight’s timing. Confer with our resources here at Skyscanner to make sure that you are armed with as much information as possible before departing.
Getting to Louis Armstrong Airport can be tough due to the scant public transit options, so taking a taxi is probably the right choice. Once you’ve arrived at the airport, you’ll probably be departing via Concourse D, which has 12 gates. Louis Armstrong Airport doesn’t have that many dining options or amenities, so you should be sure to prepare yourself for arrival.
Will There Be A Layover On This Flight?
Almost all flights along this route are nonstop, although there are a scant few which have a layover in Dallas-Fort-Worth. This flight tends to take two and a half hours, and a layover adds about an hour. This flight route rarely experiences delays for any reason, so you should be able to plan your itinerary to the minute.
Arriving in Chicago
You’ll almost certainly arrive at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport when you fly this route. O’Hare is a massive airport, and you’ll be landing at Terminal 1. Terminal 1 has two concourses, Concourse B, and Concourse C. You’ll be able to get around the airport quite easily using the people movers that are in nearly every area.
O’Hare has a huge transit hub, which is connected to Chicago’s public transit system via subway and bus. You’ll also be able to hop into a taxi, shuttle, or rented car with little difficulty. Traffic can sometimes be an issue while leaving from O’Hare, so be ready to lose half an hour to jams.
Chicago is a major city and is a major tourist destination. Tourists will find Chicago easy to navigate, and quite hospitable. Many tourists love to visit the zoo or one of Chicago’s many museums chronicling the city’s industrial achievements. If you’re interested in music, Chicago’s jazz scene is one of the most vibrant in the country, as are its blues, soul, and house music communities.
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