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Flights to New Orleans

With our flights to New Orleans you’ll soon be swaying to the sweet jazzy melodies of the American South. 

Flights to New Orleans with our valued partner Delta Air Lines

Once an important port in the slave trade, French-founded New Orleans is as much infused with Afro-Caribbean flair as it is with old European elegance. This strong, mixed heritage seeps through every inch of local life, including the colourful Mardi Gras parades and top-class gastronomy that New Orleans is renowned for. Try crazy Creole fusion dishes or hearty home-cooked Cajun cuisine, then head to Tremé, an original African-American neighbourhood, for some local history.

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Explore New Orleans

Stunning architecture

Walk the ways of the Mississippi or wander the old-world streets of the famed French Quarter, which is packed with beautiful colonial architecture, cast-iron balconies, pretty gardens and cute coffee shops. Of course, New Orleans is also the celebrated birthplace of jazz music and you’ll find live shows aplenty no matter where you go.

Cajun Country

When New Orleans finally exhausts you, venture further into fun-loving Louisiana. You can join the party in student town Baton Rouge, get active in the pretty Tunica Hills, explore the region’s rich African-American heritage and Civil War history, or eat your way through the French-speaking villages of Cajun Country.

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Local information

Flight information

Fly with our partner Delta Air Lines to Louis Armstrong International Airport.

Visa information

Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.

Local currency

The currency in New Orleans is the US Dollar (USD).

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Local transport

The New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (NORTA) provides bus and tram services around the city, including connections with the airport.

Time difference

New Orleans is 6 hours behind London (GMT).


The electricity supply is 120 volts in New Orleans. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.