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Reviewed on Aug 29, 2016
Flight to MSY wasnt enjoyable due to water (from AC) leaking on several passengars to include myself during the flight. Flight attendants didnt bother trying to move anyone despite there being open seats. Return flight had a free upgrade and a modern plane compared to the first flight which had ceiling cracks.
We sent our luggage with friends to avoid the excessive baggage fees. But the flight was great
|Number of Daily Flights||2|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 15|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 16|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is located in Dulles, Virginia 26 miles west of the nation's capital. From D.C., the airport can be reached by taking I-66 or Dolley Madison Boulevard to the Dulles Access Road.
Flights to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) depart throughout the day and may require a layover, but nonstop flights usually last for nearly three hours. You can reach New Orleans by going north on Airport Road and then east on I-10. Public transit is also available, including the Airport-Downtown Express Bus that can be found outside the airport at Entrance 7.
New Orleans, Louisiana is a popular tourist destination known for Mardi Gras, numerous street festivals, music and art. You'll want to wander around the French Quarter for the dining and nightlife. Visit the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, Harrah's New Orleans, the Aquarium of the Americas, City Park, Jackson Square and the Audobon Nature Institute.
Other favorite sites include the New Orleans Museum of Art, Saint Louis Cemetery, the Backstreet Cultural Museum, Carousel Gardens Amusement Park and the National World War II Museum.
This unique city has a humid subtropical climate, so expect sweltering summers. The summer months are also the wettest, so bring an umbrella. Winters are generally mild. Travelers like to stay in one of the many historic hotels in New Orleans' most iconic neighborhoods, such as the French Quarter.