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Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY)

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY)

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Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, Kenner
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  • Stuart R.
    "Terminal D is really nice and Wow Cafe has a great veggie burger."(20 Tips)
    Mary M.
    "Pralene place in concourse B is delicious!"(23 Tips)
    Beth C.
    "Great sandwiches at Creole Carvery on concourse C"(23 Tips)
    Tina T.
    "GET S LUCKY DOG YUMMY"(12 Tips)
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  • Patrick C.
    Patrick ClarkFebruary 21, 2014
    If more than two people, and going downtown, taxis are cheaper than the shuttles. Cabs are flat $33 each way (for 1 or 2 people or $14 pp if 3 or more). Shuttle $38 pp and need to pay in advance.
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Charles E.
    Charles EdgeJanuary 10, 2012
    Redefining "crappy airport!" but grab some crawfish while you're here!
  • Erik R.
    Erik RowleyFebruary 1, 2015
    Not the greatest airport in the world, but with so much to do and see in NOLA who cares, so long as there's water to hydrate from Bourbon street. The Jazz band greeting was a cool perk =)
  • Eater
    EaterJuly 11, 2012
    Top Dining Options: Café Beignet, West Terminal; Lucky Dog, Concourses B,C; PJ's Coffee, Terminal, before security for Concourse C; Praline Connection, Concourse B; Any bar, Concourses B,C,D. Read more
  • Ollie M.
    Ollie MartinMay 11, 2013
    James Bond arrives here from the fictitious island of "San Monique" and is picked up by one of Kananga's henchmen along with Solitaire in Live and Let Die (1973).
    Upvoted 3 days ago
  • Jim B.
    Jim BaileyMarch 1, 2016
    Small but clean older airport with everything you would need. Rental Car is a little walk but they have carts available if you need help.
  • J Crowley
    J CrowleyDecember 2, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Looking for breakfast? Go to Legends for a egg and cheese Po' boy - the sausage is spicy! Legends is by concourse D *before* you go through security.
  • Jeremy S.
    Jeremy SmolaMarch 22, 2013
    Beware. The new rental car facility is about a mile away from the ticketing counters and baggage claim. Bring your walking shoes.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • John H.
    John HaberlandJune 10, 2013
    If you're flying out of New Orleans from Concourse B, note the only real place to get a drink is Zatarain's Kitchen and there's usually a line to get in. Best to find something outside of security.
  • Brandi B.
    Brandi BruceMarch 4
    Been here 10+ times
    Be here early... not because of security checkpoint. It's actually been on of the smoothest operating I've been in. No, you want to make sure you've got plenty of time for drinks and Lucky Dogs
  • Kate
    KateJuly 9, 2013
    There's a 'tavern' on D and some cheesecake scoop place at the very end that has some pretty fresh/healthier options to couple with the bar smack in the center of the pod :)
  • David E.
    David EldridgeMay 19, 2014
    Swing by Customer Relations outside of Concourse C (next to statue of Louie A.) for a free luggage tag. It's a pretty nice one.
  • Mike B.
    Mike BassMay 27, 2013
    Concourse C includes a Smoothie King, Lucky Dog stand, PJ's coffee (with pizza) and a Copeland's Gourmet Kitchen (sandwiches, Cajun food), plus Atrium Lounge bar.
  • Brian K.
    Brian KingFebruary 2, 2013
    Dooky Chase's (outside security) might be the best airport restaurant I've ever had. Great cajun dishes at non-airport prices. Don't miss it!
  • Justin A.
    Justin ADecember 2, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Minimal amount of food options past security, don't even get me started on the lack of healthy options. I'm surprised the planes are able to take off after passengers load up on Popeyes.
  • Spar T.
    Spar TecAugust 9, 2013
    If you're renting a car, be prepared for a HIKE to the rental car center. There is no a rental car shuttle nor tram. Closer to terminal D; much further away from terminal A/B (Southwest @ AirTran).
    Upvoted 3 weeks ago
  • Danielle G.
    Danielle GrayJuly 4, 2012
    The Airport Shuttle is totally the way to get to your hotel from the airport. One way ticket is $20, RT $30. Cabs are approx $34 o/w. Buy ticket online or at kiosk by baggage claim
  • James W.
    James WilliamsFebruary 21, 2011
    Been here 25+ times
    I usually only park at the airport long term lot, but decided to try Park & Fly. Not only was it $5 per day less, coupled with an AAA discount, I saved about $30 on my entire trip. I will still park
  • Emily W.
    Emily WoodMarch 3, 2012
    The airport shuttle is an affordable way to get to downtown and the FQ. Sometimes the driver will give an informal narrated tour on the way into town!
  • David M.
    David MasonMay 16, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    If you fly american on a Friday afternoon, there are only 3 real options for places to eat, and the lines can get pretty long so plan accordingly!
  • Patricia N.
    Patricia NguyenJune 2, 2013
    Lobby of C and D terminal has waiting spaces that have USB and regular outlets if you want to charge up. From what I can see the chairs at the gate in terminal d have outlets as well.
  • Melonee G.
    Melonee GriggsJune 22, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    If you have a morning flight, get the breakfast burrito at LP Bistro. Overstuffed yet equal parts breakfast and lunch in one.
  • Freddy G.
    Freddy GonzalezJune 26, 2016
    The airport needs more food options. For example, I am a vegetarian, and I went restaurant by restaurant and could not eat anything but Nachos. Few shopping options too.
  • Racky R.
    Racky RossJuly 25, 2015
    Wifi is definitely better than any New York airport. Love the laid back atmosphere, and the lack of screaming children and annoying travelers.
  • Spencer L.
    Spencer LawnMarch 29
    Been here 10+ times
    The Delta terminal is by far the most updated and clean. If you smell hotdogs in any of the terminals it's Luckydog don't get one if you are going to sit next to someone for 3 hours on a plane!
  • Jay
    JaySeptember 7, 2014
    If you want Dunkin Donuts it's before security in the terminal for Southwest. If you are on united or delta you have to walk to your right. More shops and food that way anyway.
  • Christos T.
    Christos TApril 30, 2012
    Buy Souveneirs on your way out of town in terminal gift shops. They cost about the same as you would pay downtown, with less hastle from tsa security, especially snow globes!
  • Erik L.
    Erik LyngvedJuly 15, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    For long term parking, skip the airport and go to an off-site lot like US Park. Much cheaper, Great service and a quick free shuttle ride away.
  • Rochelle S.
    Rochelle SimonFebruary 29, 2016
    Please don't use those bathrooms. It doesn't seem to be cleaned very often. And there are only about 3 stalls(maybe 4 stalls) In the women's bathroom. The sink is opposite side of the towel paper!
  • John R.
    John RamirezDecember 1, 2013
    You'll be relieved to know that TSA here is super fast so dont fret if you're a little behind. Shoes stay on and computers stay packed. Bingo bango no hastles! Great job MSY!!!
  • James M.
    James McGeeJuly 24, 2011
    Gettin out of the heat to San Diego?? Stop by Ruth's Chris Steak House on Harbor Dr. Serving sizzling USDA Prime Steaks every night right across from the Bay!! Let the Good Times Roll!!
  • Christopher L.
    Christopher LongOctober 25, 2014
    The airport feels small for the size of the city it serves and the number of tourists it hosts. The best part of the airport is the free WiFi. Also, it's not far from downtown.
  • Ginny
    GinnyOctober 28, 2013
    Plan to wait about 30 minutes at security if you have a morning flight, unless you are fortunate to have a priority or tsa pre-check. Add 10-15 for printing boarding passes and dropping off luggage.
  • Gabriel H.
    Gabriel HayesSeptember 28, 2015
    In Concourse D, Wow Cafe is a good place to pass a long layover. Sit at the bar, have a bloody mary and watch sports.
  • Jeremy E.
    Jeremy ElrodNovember 23, 2012
    If you need to ship something home, go to "Rush It" on the baggage concourse. They'll ship whatever you need, including a pocket knife I forgot to put in my checked bag.
  • Chip H.
    Chip HJune 28, 2011
    Just take a cab downtown if you're traveling w/someone. Downtown shuttle is $38 per person and will stop at several other hotels on the way. Cab fare for 2 is $33.
  • Bryan O.
    Bryan ORourkeDecember 4, 2013
    Been here 100+ times
    If you are checking through TSA pre-check you don't have to remove shoes, belts, or take laptops out. Funny that so many still do despite signs .
  • Trey D.
    Trey DixonApril 20, 2013
    Been here 50+ times
    Terminal D has plenty of food and drink now!! Come on in and enjoy the new amenities. Could use a few clocks scattered around so I know what time it is!!
  • Eric O.
    Eric OJanuary 28, 2016
    Be sure to find the giant statue of Louis Armstrong, famous jazz trumpeter and New Orleans International Airport namesake!
  • Stuart R.
    Stuart R.September 12, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    Terminal D is really nice and Wow Cafe has a great veggie burger. So stupid they're wasting tax payer money to build a new airport.
  • Baldi M.
    Baldi MejiaJuly 22, 2012
    Been here 25+ times
    Don't go 5hrs early this is not you typical busy Airport! Also ask for the secret vending machine by the bookstore if you're looking for a snack or a drink! ;)
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  • Laur L.
    Laur Lo SkiJune 8, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    Airport is easy to get around. Good selection of food in most gates. Not a bad drive if you live in the Baton Rouge area.
  • Sean M.
    Sean Miller2 weeks ago
    The airport was not bad considering its age. Quick tip: The rental car center is quite a hike from concourse b...so be prepared for long walk.
  • Hadi
    HadiMarch 24
    Nice seats, very accessible and easy if you want to Harfe your devices and/or work while waiting for your flight.
  • Kelly B.
    Kelly BolyardFebruary 20, 2013
    Zatarain's scrambled eggs and dirty rice is amazing. The biscuit is just like geamdma's! Concourse B by gate 5
  • Racky R.
    Racky RossJuly 25, 2015
    Wi-fi is definitely better than any new york airport! Love the laid back atmosphere, it's helping me recover from my hangover.
  • Rachel H.
    Rachel HadleyDecember 3, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Welcome to Louisiana! Grab a daiquiris at the drive-thru daiquiris shop a block away. Enjoy your stay!
  • Shana J.
    Shana JSeptember 24, 2011
    Great souvenir shopping, but eat before you get here. There is no good good in here at all. But the drinks at the bakery at B9 are fabulous
  • Gwen M.
    Gwen MahanOctober 11, 2013
    You can grab beer or wine from a lil place across gate b7 and take it to drink @ your terminal! No need to sit @ the bar.
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