VISITING NEW ORLEANS IS EASY

New Orleans is well connected with a large international airport, bus and train terminals. Planning your transportation is as easy as searching for the best possible deals from your favorite travel provider. Best values are often available to those who book early. For the best possible experience consider arriving earlier in the week and take advantage of the very low rate at the hotel.

New Orleans Louis Armstrong Airport (MSY) is serviced by all major airlines including several international, regional, and low-cost carriers. The airport handles hundreds of arriving and departing flights daily, with direct flights to and from many U.S. and international cities.

In addition to servicing many European Cities, New Orleans International Airport also services the Caribbean and Latin America which makes the event location an attractive proposition for international members of the community who wish to attend. Some of the airlines that service New Orleans’ International Airport (MSY) include (other airlines may service New Orleans and others as a codeshare or newly added service:)

GROUND INFORMATION

Taxis: You can get taxi service from/to the airport.

Limousine: You can get limo or private car service from/to the airport

Uber/Lyft: You can get Uber/Lyft service from/to the airport.

Shuttle: You can get shuttle service directly from the airport with intermediate stops and round-trip service/ticket available.

Driving: If you are driving yourself, the hotel is located at the address shown below. You can use Google Maps to get driving directions from your location to the hotel.

If you want to rent a car from the airport; then these rental companies can definitely help.

bus-bigbayou

New Orleans is connected with regularly scheduled services from many large cities in the United States. Many bus lines offer free parking at their terminals. For more information check some of the following Bus services (other carriers may be available)

amtrak

New Orleans is connected with regularly scheduled services from many large cities in the United States. Many trains on the east coast are direct. For more information check Amtrak for more information.

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