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Cheap Flights from New York to New Orleans Louis Armstrong in 2019

Flight information New York to New Orleans Louis Armstrong

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$66

Non-stop airlines

10

Flights per week

101

Average flight time, total distance 1183 miles

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Most popular airline last month

United

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Cheap Flight Information from New York to New Orleans

 
Average Flight Time 3 hours and 15 minutes
Departure Airport John F. Kennedy International Airport, La Guardia International Airport
Destination Airport New Orleans Louis Armstrong Airport
Direct Airline Delta, jetBlue, United, American Airlines
Minimum Round-Trip Ticket Price* $68

Cheap Flights from New York to New Orleans

  

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Flight Frequency

Average Flight Price*

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American Airlines

7 days a week

$267

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United Airlines

7 days a week

$215

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Delta

7 days a week

$254

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jetBlue

7 days a week

$252

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*Round Trip flight prices were found at time of posting and are subject to change. Be sure to do a flight search to check most recent prices.

Flights from New York to New Orleans: Frequently Asked Questions

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When is the Best Time to Fly from New York to New Orleans?

December-February are the cheapest months to fly this route. This is also the time of year when New York experiences frigid cold temperatures and New Orleans experiences temperatures in the low to mid 60s, so you can take a warm weather respite by heading down south. During the winter months, tourism is down in New Orleans, so you can enjoy all of the attractions without all of the crowds.

How Long is the Flight from New York to New Orleans?

On the New York to New Orleans route, you will travel approximately 1183 miles and the trip will take about three hours to complete, depending on the time of year you travel and current weather conditions.

Can I Earn Airline Miles on the New York to New Orleans Route?

Yes! American Airlines and Delta Airlines doll out five reward miles for every dollar you spend on airfare for their base membership. The amount of miles you will earn can multiply when you have an upgraded membership. United Airlines dolls out miles in the amount of 5X the value of your airfare with their base plan. You can use your flight miles for seat upgrades, airfare discounts, and other promotional offers.

A leader in a diverse array of industries ranging from fashion, entertainment, finance, commerce, and education, New York City now boasts a population of 9 million in its five boroughs, and 19 million in the encompassing metropolitan area. Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Manhattan are recognized across the globe by most, and it is hardly surprising as to why!

The trip southwest to The Big Easy spans 1,169 miles and takes 3 hours and 15 minutes on average to complete. The main carriers offering direct flights from New York to New Orleans are Delta Air Lines, US Airways, American Airlines, United Airlines, and Continental Airlines.

 

Now departing JFK International

Anyone who has ever flown into New York knows how busy its airports (JFK and LaGuardia) are. Both are based in the borough of Queens, and together they constitute one of the largest airport systems on the planet. Newark’s Liberty International is third component of the internationally recognized trio, but NYC’s JFK still holds the title for the largest and busiest airfield in the region.

Over 53+ million visitors and millions of tons of cargo freight were processed through the terminal in 2014. To provide some perspective on the magnitude of JFK, the airport now caters to nearly 100 airliners and is a major hub for both American and Delta Air Lines!

 

For your vacation in New Orleans

Jazz music, an eclectic nightlife scene, and a melting pot of people from Caribbean, Haitian, Creole, African-American, and German (among many others) descent, are the typical things that come to mind when people think of New Orleans.

Although it sustained quite a bit of damage a decade ago from Hurricane Katrina, nothing stops people from having an awesome time in Nawlins! To kick-start your adventure in the Deep South, do not forget to visit Jackson Square, NOLA Brewing, Crescent City Farmers Market, the local Arts District, Lafayette Square, and Frenchmen Street. The attractions are never-ending here.

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