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|Number of Daily Flights||5|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 27|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 27|
|Popular Airlines||Delta Air Lines|
It may take first-time visitors a few days to adjust to the transition; from the hustle and bustle of Boston, to the laissez-faire attitude that gives New Orleans its famous moniker: The Big Easy. Once you discover all the charm this Southern belle has to offer, however, you may never want to leave.Key Facts
New Orleans’ diverse culture combines African, Creole, French, Caribbean, American Indian and European traditions into one dynamic environment. New Orleans is more than just the annual Mardi Gras and the French Quarter. An unmatched local music scene features blues, jazz, ragtime and Cajun musicians performing at a wide variety of venues around the area, and in the streets around the city.
Covering more than 1,350 miles, a nonstop flight from Boston’s Logan Airport (BOS) to New Orleans can take approximately 3 and a half hours, depending on aircraft speed and weather conditions. When you arrive, three terminals service all flights in and out of the city.
Drivers should be aware that there are plenty of medians in the city, known as "the neutral ground," so you may have to make a U-turn to reach your destination. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) provides buses, cabs, airport shuttles and rental cars to get you quickly and safely to your chosen destination.