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New Orleans to Newark Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $114.56
Travel Distance:1,167 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, United Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Sunday
Weekly Flights:286
Avg. Flight Duration:02.44 Hours

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Airports in New Orleans

New Orleans is served by Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. The airport is located about 11 miles west of downtown New Orleans. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport offers flights to a plethora of destinations such as New York, Chicago, London, Washington, Panama City, and more. Bus service between the airport and downtown New Orleans is offered by New Orleans Regional Transit Authority Airport Express Route 202 and Jefferson Transit Bus E-2. Other ground transportation options include car rentals, hotel shuttle, and taxicabs

Explore Newark

Treating visitors with a mixed bag of engaging tourist attractions, Newark is one of the oldest cities in the United States of America. The city is in the US state of New Jersey. The city is an important shipping, air, and rail hub of New Jersey. The assortment of tourist attractions in Newark includes the likes of interesting museums, gorgeous parks, magnificent theaters, appealing music scene, and sports arenas. To go with the needs emerged due to the influx of tourists, the city features an apt tourist infrastructure with diverse accommodation options, and an array of restaurants and cafes serving tastes from all around the world such as sushi, burgers, BBQ, steaks, and more.

Things to do in Newark

Branch Brook Park

Branch Brook Park is one of the many areas of urban greenery dotted in the city. The park is spread an area of over 359 acres over the northern reached of Essex County. The beautiful cherry trees of the park are the key attractions of Branch Brook Park that houses more than 14 different species of blossoming trees and over 4000 individual trees. Branch Brook Park arranges the Cherry Blossom Festival every year in April.

Military Park

Military Park, located between the Rector Street and Broad Street, was once a training area for soldiers from 1667 and 1869. The park features a large war memorial named the "Wars of America". In addition, there is a plethora of things to do and see in the park such as ping pong, lawn games, Zumba, yoga, and more.

New Jersey Historical Society

New Jersey Historical Society, located across the street from Military Park, is in the former home of Essex Club, a historical Georgian style building listed on the US National Register of Historical Places. This museum is home to two floors of exhibits, a gift shop, a hall for lectures, and a library reading room.

Best Time to Fly to Newark

Newark experiences four distinct seasons. Weather-wise, the best time to visit Newark is during the late springs or early summers. The summers can be scorching; however, the heat is refreshing and dry. Autumn is also an excellent time to visit the city. Newark remains thronged with tourists in springs and early summers. Therefore, the tourists who want peace and fewer crowds can visit the city in autumn and early winters.