New Orleans, LA

Private Jet Charter

United States

Thanks to its extraordinary cultural and historic legacy, New Orleans is one of the most popular destinations to visit in North America. Renowned for its Cajun cuisine, historic French and Spanish colonial architecture, the warm welcome from its people and its Mardi Gras festival, the Crescent City stays in the mind and heart long after your visit. Take a walk down Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, enjoy live jazz over authentic gumbo and cocktails, kick back on a steam paddle cruise around the Mississippi harbour, and experience the enigmatic bayous and swamps on a longboat. There’s a hop-on, hop-off bus that will take you to the main sights, as well as the iconic streetcars, but New Orleans is equally fun to explore on foot.

Taking your private jet charter flight to New Orleans is a delight. Here are 5 New Orleans attractions to visit during your stay.

French Quarter

For many visitors to New Orleans, the vibrant French Quarter epitomises the fun-loving, party side of this extraordinary city. Known as the Vieux Carré, this historic neighbourhood on the bend of the mighty Mississippi is an intriguing mix of modern and vintage. Bordered by Rampart Street, Esplanade Avenue and Canal Street, the French-influenced architecture here is the main attraction, much of it dating back300 years: imagine wrought-iron balconies, arcades and courtyards, festooned with flowers and plants. These historic buildings are now home to boutiques, restaurants and bars, as well as the ubiquitous jazz joints. Head to famous Bourbon Street for entertainment but leave your valuables at home. Nearby Royal street has some classier restaurants – check out the Court of Two Sisters – shops and galleries, while Frenchmen Street is widely acknowledged as the best area for live jazz from more experienced musicians.

New Orleans Harbour Steamboat Cruise

For a relaxing view of the city, take a New Orleans Harbour Steamboat Cruise on one of the few remaining original paddlewheel steamers. Choose from a dinner jazz or daytime cruise aboard the vintage Steamboat Natchez and allow yourself to be taken back in time to a more gentler age. This historic paddle steamer has been restored to provide modern-day comforts while maintaining her vintage décor and ambience. Take a seat outside or in the cabin and admire the Crescent City’s unique skyline as you glide by. There’s running commentary on the sights you’ll pass such as the Chalmette Battlefield while enjoying authentic Louisiana cuisine.

National WW2 Museum

With skilful use of interactive exhibits, written records and film archives, visitors to the National WWII Museum are led on a detailed and often moving story of the experience of thousands of American servicemen and women who fought in Europe and the Pacific during the Second World War. The museum is divided into three separate areas: the Pacific front, the war in Europe and a collection of WWII aircraft in the third. The movie Beyond All Boundaries is on show in the 4D Theatre giving viewers a full sensory experience replete with rumbling chairs. As you enter you’ll be given the identity of a former soldier as you progress through the exhibition. Don’t miss the Stage Door Canteen with its Forties entertainment at matinees and there’s even a dinner show.

St Louis Cathedral

The Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis King of France is located on Jackson Square, overlooking the bronze statue of Andrew Jackson, in the heart of the French Quarter. It’s the oldest continually active Catholic Cathedral in the United States. The original cathedral was destroyed by fire in 1974, replaced by the current structure which was opened in the 1860s, it’s towering spires dwarfing its closest neighbours, the historic Cabildo and the Presbytere. Illuminated at night, St Louis Cathedral is open daytimes for tours and is renowned for it’s priceless works of art and stained glass windows. The square in front is a popular meeting place for artists, and ideal for people watching from the cafes and restaurants. Riverboat docks, the Moon Walk promenade and the Millhouse are all within easy reach.

City Park and Botanical Gardens

Comprising 1,300 acres of recreational space in the heart of New Orleans, City Park contains many attractions among its parks and garden areas. The Carousel Gardens Amusement Park, Storyland and City Splash water park are a magnet for families – especially well known for their tasty pizza restaurant. Golfers will be keen to tee-off at the 18-hole course, while tennis fans will enjoy the many courts. The New Orleans 10-acre Botanical Gardens also has its home in City Park: an extraordinary collection of more than 2,000 plants from around the world. Also located in the Park is the New Orleans Museum of Art with its fine French and American art collection and NOMA cafe, alongside the Sydney And Walda Besthof Sculpture Garden. Take a walk among the 80 sculptures, sensitively positioned among the trails, lagoons and centenary oaks inside the garden

Best Time to Visit New Orleans

New Orleans can get overwhelmingly humid and sticky in the height of summer, so the best time to visit the Crescent City is between February and May. The weather tends to be warm but comfortable and it’s festival season with Mardi Gras (Feb/March), the New Orleans Jazz Festival (April/May) and the French Quarter Festival to name a few. Between June and August, the temperatures rise and the number of tourists decreases, choosing to avoid the sweltering heat and hurricanes. If you can cope with the humidity, join the New Orleans Pride Festival (June), the Red Dress Run (August) or the Satchmo Summerfest (July/August). Autumn temperatures (the mid-80s) are more bearable and it’s the season for the New Orleans Film Festival and the Louisiana Seafood Festival. Winter is much quieter in New Orleans, with temperatures in the 60s and the city looks enchantingly festive over Christmas.

Why Visit New Orleans

There are so many reasons to visit New Orleans number one on your bucket list.
Widely acknowledged as the birthplace of Jazz, the city’s live music venues are world-class, as is the quality of its street musicians. The French and Spanish influences are not only evident in New Orleans’s historic architecture, but also in its fabulous cuisine. As a former major port its connections with Europe, South America and the Caribbean have created a cultural legacy that makes it one of North America’s most original cities. High-end luxury hotels such as the iconic French Quarter Hotel Monteleone and the Omni Royal Orleans are renowned for their service and well placed to join one of the hop-on, hop-off double-decker bus tours, or a steamship paddle down the mighty Mississippi.

Book your private jet charter to New Orleans and get to know this beautiful city.


New Orleans Lakefront Airport




6001 Stars and Stripes Blvd Suite 204, New Orleans, LA 70126, United States

Distance from New Orleans, LA:

10 Miles

New Orleans Lakefront Airport is a popular private jet destination in United States. If you would like to book a private jet to or from New Orleans Lakefront Airport, contact us for a quote.

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport




1 Terminal Dr, Kenner, LA 70062, United States

Distance from New Orleans, LA:

17 Miles

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is a popular private jet destination in United States. If you would like to book a private jet to or from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, contact us for a quote.