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  • When does the first flight of the day depart from SEA? 8:30AM Alaska Airlines Flight #788
  • When does the last flight depart to MSY? 5:25PM Spirit Airlines Flight #708
  • What is the travel distance between Seattle and New Orleans?2,100 miles
  • How many weekly flights are there are between SEA to MSY?There are 8 weekly flights between SEA and MSY.
  • How many daily flights fly between Seattle to New Orleans? There are 1 daily flights between SEA and MSY
  • Which is the busiest day in terms of passengers flying from SEA to MSY?Sunday
  • Which is the nearest airport to New Orleans, Louisiana?Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
  • Which is the nearest airport to Seattle, Washington?Kenmore Air Harbor

New Orleans Travelers' Reviews

5New Orleans - Unique, French, Historic, Atmospheric.

This was my third trip to New Orleans. There's a Louis Armstrong song: "Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans." I do know. That's why we went twice this year. The food there is special - unique to the city, and influential to North American food culture generally. I love the laid back atmosphere. The culture meshes really well with my Canadian upbringing. Music is everywhere. You can get around to a lot of places by using the tram ... which was the first in North America, and is fun to ride just in itself, and affordable ($3/day for a jazzy pass). On this trip we visited the Jazz Museum at the historic old mint in the French Quarter. It was one of the highlights. It's a friendly, social city. Strangers reached out to us many times, sometimes with random funny comments. -   Nov 11, 2018

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