Leaving on a Jet Plane

New Orleans connects travelers from all over the world
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New Orleans is a top travel destination. Yes, we may be biased because we live in this great city, but the Big Easy continues to top travel reports and national articles that track consumer popularity. Last week, we reported on The BACH app’s annual survey that found New Orleans to be the sixth top travel destination for bachelor and bachelorette trips. With this information and the Transportation Security Administration (TS) announcing June 12 that the country surpassed the 2 million threshold for travelers in a day – more than 1.5 million more than this time last year and 74 percent of travel volume from 2019 – if you are planning a destination bachelor or bachelorette party or wedding, or are coming in from out of town to visit the Crescent City, it’s time to get that flight booked.

The Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) hosts 19 airlines that offer 66 nonstop destination options to New Orleans, making it easy to plan that weekend getaway with your groomsmen or bridesmaids.

If you’re a New Orleans bride or groom looking to getaway after a chic staycation in the city or a honeymoon adventure, MSY offers nine nonstop international flights that hit Cancun, Mexico; San Pedro Sula, Honduras; Montego Bay, Jamaica; Panama City, Panama; Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; Toronto and Montreal, Canada; Frankfurt, Germany and London, England.

This may seem trivial to report on, but with the number of travelers increasing by the minute across all airlines and The BACH reporting that many bachelor/ette trips are being planned for August and the cooler fall months, now is the time to make sure you book your Big Easy vacation and Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler.

 

 

Here is the full List of nonstop flights thanks to New Orleans & Co.:

  • Akron-Canton, Ohio– Breeze Airways
  • Atlanta, Georgia– Delta, Southwest, Spirit
  • Austin, Texas– Frontier, Southwest, Spirit
  • Baltimore, Maryland– Southwest, Spirit
  • Bentonville/Fayetteville, Arkansas (XNA)– Breeze Airways
  • Boston, Massachusetts– JetBlue, Spirit, Delta
  • Cancun, Mexico– Delta, United, Southwest, Spirit (Seasonal)
  • Charleston, South Carolina– Breeze Airways
  • Charlotte, North Carolina– American Airlines
  • Chicago, Illinois (Midway)– Southwest
  • Chicago, Illinois (O’Hare)– American, United, Spirit
  • Cincinnati, Ohio/Covington, Kentucky– Allegiant, Frontier Airlines
  • Cleveland, Ohio– Spirit
  • Columbus, Ohio– Spirit, Southwest, Breeze Airways
  • Concord, North Carolina– Allegiant Airlines
  • Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas– American Airlines, Spirit
  • Dallas-Love, Texas– Southwest
  • Denver, Colorado– Spirit, Southwest, United, Frontier
  • Detroit, Michigan– Delta, Spirit
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida– JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit
  • Frankfurt, Germany– Condor (Seasonal)
  • Grand Rapids, Michigan– Allegiant Air (Seasonal)
  • Greenville, Mississippi– Boutique Air
  • Houston, Texas (Hobby)– Southwest
  • Houston, Texas (Intercontinental)– United, Spirit
  • Huntsville, Alabama– Breeze Airways
  • Indianapolis, Indiana– Allegiant Airlines, Southwest (Seasonal)
  • Jacksonville, Florida– Silver Airways
  • Kansas City, Missouri–  Southwest
  • Las Vegas, Nevada– Spirit, Southwest
  • London, England– British Airways
  • Louisville, Kentucky– Allegiant Airlines (Seasonal), Breeze Airways
  • Los Angeles, California– Spirit , American Airlines, Southwest, United, Delta
  • Miami, Florida– American Airlines
  • Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota– Delta, Spirit, Sun Country Airlines
  • Montego Bay, Jamaica– Vacation Express
  • Montréal, QC, Canada– Air Transat
  • Nashville, Tennessee– Southwest, Spirit, Sun Country Airlines
  • New York-JFK, New York– Delta, JetBlue
  • New York-La Guardia, New York– Delta, Southwest
  • Newark, New Jersey– United, Spirit
  • Norfolk, Virgina– Breeze Airways
  • Oakland, California– Southwest
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma– Breeze Airways, Southwest Airlines (Seasonal)
  • Orlando, Florida– Southwest, Frontier, Spirit
  • Panama City, Panama– Copa Airlines
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania– American Airlines, Spirit, Frontier
  • Phoenix, Arizona– American Airlines, Southwest
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania– Southwest, Allegiant Airlines (Seasonal)
  • Portland, Oregon– Alaska Airlines (Seasonal, Starting Dec. 16, 2021)
  • Punta Cana, Dominican Republic– Vacation Express (Seasonal)
  • Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina– Allegiant Airlines, Southwest, Frontier, Spirit Airlines
  • Richmond, Virginia– Breeze Airways
  • Salt Lake City, Utah– Delta
  • San Antonio, Texas– Southwest, Frontier
  • San Diego, California– Southwest
  • San Francisco, California– United, Alaska Airlines
  • San Jose, California– Southwest (Seasonal)
  • San Pedro Sula, Honduras– Spirit Airlines (Seasonal)
  • Seattle, Washington– Delta, Alaska Airlines
  • Louis, Missouri– Southwest
  • Tampa, Florida– Southwest, Spirit
  • Toronto, ON, Canada– Air Canada
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma– Breeze Airways
  • Washington, District of Columbia (Dulles)– United
  • Washington, District of Columbia (National)– Southwest, American Airlines

For more information on nonstop flights, visit flymsy.com/nonstop-flights.

 

 

 

 

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