PRIVATE AIRCRAFT CHARTER AIRPORTS IN NEW ORLEANS, USA
New Orleans has two main airports, Louis Armstrong International Airport and Lakefront Airport.
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY/KMSY)
Named after probably New Orleans’ most famous son, jazz musician Louis Daniel Armstrong, the airport can be found 24km/15 miles west of the city centre.
The airport has two runways and a single modern passenger terminal. Charter flights can use Fix Based Operators (FBO) with their own private building which are on the west side of the airport.
New Orleans Lakefront Airport (NEW/KNEW)
Lakefront Airport was once the main commercial airport in New Orleans until the bigger Louis Armstrong Airport open in 1946.
The airport is located just 15km/9 miles north east of downtown New Orleans. Although it still has commercial and sometimes military flights, it has become more of an airport for private and charter flights with several FBOs available.
PRIVATE AIRCRAFT CHARTER PRICES TO NEW ORLEANS, USA – OVERVIEW
“One Way” prices include the costs of the aircraft flying back empty.
Shorter return trips of up to approximately 2 – 5 days (depending on length of flight) will only be marginally more than a one-way cost as operators will likely layover at the destination airport thereby only occurring overnight and crew costs. However, once the return flight goes over a 4 or 5 day duration then pricing will be based on 2 x one ways.
The actual private jet cost hire prices to New Orleans may vary 10-20% from those stated below, depending on availability, wind direction, fuel prices, number of passengers & combined weight of luggage, so please do call us on +44 1293 558 080 or write to us for up-to-date aircraft pricing information.
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What Are The Cost of Private Jet Flights To NEW ORLEANS?
NOTE: All estimate costs are based on appropriate aircraft flying the sectors non-stop. Prices will be lower for smaller aircraft that require a fuel stop.