Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, formerly known as Moisant Field, is located at 900 Airline Drive, Kenner, Louisiana and the primary commercial airport for the New Orleans metropolitan area and of southeast Louisiana

geographical area, building or building complex, manufactured item, airport, depot, transport stop, architectural structure, manufactured product

Country
the United States
Location
Louisiana; New Orleans, Louisiana; the United States
Website
http://www.FlyMSY.com, http://www.flymsy.com
Elevation
1.2 metres (3.9 feet), 1 metre, 4 feet
Wikipedia Page
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Armstrong_New_Orleans_International_Airport
Serves
New Orleans, Louisiana; Kenner, Louisiana
Coordinates
29°59'35.88"N, 29°59'35"N, 90°15'29.88"W, 90°15'29"W
Nearest Settlement
Kenner, Louisiana
ICAO Code
"KMSY"
IATA Code, Federal Aviation Administration Location Code
"MSY"
Class
airport, building or building complex, depot, transport stop, architectural structure,  …
Named-for Thing of
Louis Armstrong
Freebase ID
"/guid/9202a8c04000641f80000000001a0b78"
Related Websites
http://www.flymsy.com/
Airlines
Southwest Airlines, Inc.; American Airlines, Inc.; Delta Airlines; United Airlines; Continental Airlines;  …
DBPedia URI
http://dbpedia.org/resource/Louis_Armstrong_New_Orleans_International_Airport
Met Office ID
"6401"
Rare Terms
"the moisant field", "moisant field", "the kmsy", "kmsy", "the new orleans-moisant",  …
Freebase Primary MID
"/m/01n2ws"

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