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Excellent US Flight Training

Your flight experiences are enhanced as you fly with many different types of air traffic, from single engine reciprocators, to multi-engined turbos and jets. New Orleans Lakefront Airport has comprehensive facilities to support all your flight training needs.

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The New Orleans mild winter climate allows training all year long. To check on the current weather, we encourage you to click on the weather icon below

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address

5701 Walter Beech Street
New Orleans, LA 70126
Phone: 1.877.FLY.NOLA or 1.504.241.9131
Fax: 1.504.245.7553
Email:     info@877flynola.com
Website: http://www.877flynola.com/


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Directions from Slidell

  • From I-10 take the Crowder Road Exit
  • Right onto Crowder Road
  • Crowder dead ends at Haynes Blvd
  • Turn left onto Haynes Blvd
  • Continue straight on Haynes Blvd
  • Take the first overpass on the right
  • This will put you on Stars & Stripes Blvd
  • Continue straight until you see the main Terminal on the right
  • We are directly to the left of the main Terminal
  • Look for the Flight Academy of New Orleans sign at the corner of Walter Beech Street
  • We are at the end of the street directly across from the terminal
  • Park anywhere along the street except the curbing painted red

Directions from Baton Rouge

  • From I-10 merge onto 610
  • Take the Elysian Fields Avenue Exit
  • Follow to Leon C. Simon
  • Turn right on Leon C. Simon
  • Take Leon C. Simon over Seabrook Bridge
  • The Airport will appear on your left
  • Continue straight until you see the main Terminal on the left
  • We are directly to the left of the main Terminal
  • Look for the Flight Academy of New Orleans sign at the corner of Walter Beech Street
  • We are at the end of the street directly across from the terminal
  • Park anywhere along the street except the curbing painted red

why lakefront ?

Amoung the many reasons you want to get your US flight training in New Orleans are:
  • Superb weather conditions
  • Diverse volume/types of airtraffic
  • Friendly, professional staff
  • ILS, Localizer, VOR/DME, and GPS approaches
  • Tower Operations from 8 AM to 6 PM
  • Convenient to four airports:
    KMSY Louis Armstrong Intl,    
    KMSD Slidell Airport
    1L0 St. John the Baptist
    KMJD Picayune Municipal

Lakefront Airport Runway Configuration

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