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Press Releases
DatePublication
12/16/2013  Southwest Airlines to Start Non-stop Service to San Diego from New Orleans

After announcing about 1.4 million more seats last winter in New Orleans, Southwest Airlines is increasing air service from the New Orleans market with new non-stop service to San Diego, CA beginning on April 8, 2014 on their 737 aircraft.


1/16/2014 View FileMayor Landrieu, Aviation Board unveil conceptual design for new world-class airport terminal complex
Today, Mayor Mitch Landrieu joined the New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB), regional elected officials, business and tourism leaders to announce a major milestone in the plans to build a brand new, world-class airport terminal that will serve as a crucial economic driver for the New Orleans metropolitan region and provide a lasting impression to visitors due to its modern design and open architectural concept.
1/17/2014 View FileVacation Express Announces Non-Stop Flights form New Orleans to Jamaica
Flights to Montego Bay to Start May, 2014
2/11/2014 View FileNew Orleans Scores Big: Lands Alaska Airlines
Non-stop service to Seattle begins in June
3/11/2014 View FileMSY Closes 2013 on a High Note
Over 9.2 Million Passengers Served
3/24/2014   Southwest Expands Service at Armstrong International Airport
Washington National Service to Start in August
3/26/2014   Armstrong International Airport Sets Passenger Ranking Record
Passenger Numbers Continue to Rise
3/27/2014 View FileArmstrong International Secures "Fastest Growing Airport” Award
Anna.areo recognizes New Orleans "colossal” growth
4/24/2014 View FileWhy Drive to Houston when it Costs $30 to Fly

Spirit Airlines Adds New Destinations to New Orleans Market
Connections to Central America Possible

6/9/2014 View FileNew Orleans Aviation Board Decides to Re-Issue the Construction Manager at Risk RFP
8/15/2014 View FilePEOPLExpress Coming to New Orleans

Low-fare carrier scheduled to begin service to the Crescent City in August

8/22/2014 View FileNew Orleans Aviation Board Awards Construction Manager at Risk Contract to Hunt Gibbs Boh Metro Joint Venture
8/29/2014 View FileSouthwest adds yet another nonstop destination from New Orleans

Service to San Antonio to Start in March 2015

10/23/2014  Armstrong International Airport generates more than $5.3 billion annually.

By 2023 Economic Impact to grow to $6.4 Billion annually

MSY in the News
DatePublication
12/30/2013  More arrivals boost Armstrong Airport traffic
From New Orleans City Business
2/11/2014   New Orleans' Louis Armstrong Airport (MSY) gains nonstop flight to Seattle
From NOLA.com
4/29/2014   N.O. Airport has Largest Passenger Increase of any U.S. City
Airport Report
DatePublication
9/1/2010 View FileSharing Information with the Public
Need to get information from Your Airport?  Iftikhar Ahmad, Airport Director, discusses the options that are available.
10/1/2010 View FileAssessing the future of the Airport - Part 1
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, gives his 100 day report to the New Orleans Aviation Board.
11/1/2010 View FileAssessing the Future of the Airport - Part 2
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation shares his strategy concerning "Operations" - Build internal capacity, Bid third party contracts, Consolidation of office space, Maintenance and service agreements, Analyze and evaluate PM/CM contracts, Improve customer service, Improve concessions, "Cleaning, Electronic timekeeping and Free parking.
12/1/2010 View FileAssessing the Future of the Airport - Part 3
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, continues his strategy conerning the Airport's Infrastructure and Finance.
1/1/2011 View FileA New Year - A New Beginning
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, reviews some new policies and introduces two new executives that will be joining the staff in 2011.
2/1/2011 View FileEstablishing “Gold Standard” Governance
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, discusses new Board policies and Transparency at MSY
3/1/2011 View FilePreparing for the Super Bowl
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, discusses plans for getting the Airport ready for the 2013 Super bowl
4/1/2011 View FileAir Service Soars at MSY
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, discusses new air service at MSY
5/2/2011 View FileImproving Services at MSY
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, discusses the results of a recent Concessions Survey and ways we will use this information to improve Services at MSY
6/1/2011 View FilePlanning for the Hurricane Season
The 2011 Hurricane Season began on June 1st.  Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, discusses the Airport's Hurricane Preparedness Plan and what passengers should do to prepare for a hurricane or tropical storm.
7/1/2011 View FileAirport Numbers Continue to Soar
The return of tourists to the city is a welcomed sign that recovery from all of the natural and man-made disasters the city has survived is not only underway but is accelerating. Many of these tourists fly into the city using Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, a fact I believe is reflected in our increased passenger loads. Officials in the city that track tourism numbers state there has been a nearly 20 percent increase in tourism this year in New Orleans, as compared to last year.
8/1/2011 View FileFinding Jobs at the Airport
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport plays many roles in the community. While some may think of the airport as nothing more than a transportation center where airplanes land and passengers and cargo move from one place to another, in reality the airport is much more than that. The airport is a source of revenue for government municipalities, a partner in industry with local businesses and most importantly in this troubled economy a provider of jobs.
09/01/2011View FileAirport Expansion - A New Plan for the Future
At the August New Orleans Aviation Board meeting, the following letter from New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu was presented to the Board Chairman Nolan V. Rollins by New Orleans city officials:
10/11/2011View FileDevelopments at Armstrong International Airport
11/1/2011 View FileHoliday Travel Tips at Armstrong International Airport
As we enter the holiday season, many of our residents will be traveling by air to visit loved ones and friends. I would like to share some tips with you that might make your travel through Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport a little easier.
12/1/2011 View FilePreparing for Emergencies
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, discusses recent table-top exercises and full-scale exercises held at MSY.
1/1/2012 View FileBuilding for the Future
We believe that our journey to becoming a world class airportis not an event but a process. To get to the world class airportstatus, we are working on a feasibility study for a new airportterminal to be constructed on the Airport property associatedwith steady progress on the completion of our $300 milliondollar modernization of the existing terminal.
3/1/2012 View FileNew Airport Developments
As Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport continues its modernization of the existing airport campus by Super Bowl 2013, the challenge by New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu to develop a "world class airport” has been heard and preliminary steps to address the directive are underway.
4/1/2012 View FileAccountability & Transparency at MSY
Over one year ago, I reported to readers of the Airport Report that the New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB) and staff had taken significant steps to enhance a sense of accountability and transparency at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. Very soon after I joined the MSY team in 2010, the Aviation Board requested audits through Harold A. Asher, CPA as a means of increasing transparency. In the early fall of that year after having studied the workings of the Airport, I submitted my 100 Day Report to the Board with a recommendation for audits after identifying significant system risks. These included a lack of policies and procedures and internal controls, lack of staff to conduct core business and findings of disproportionate revenues and expenses. I also recommended that the fleet of airport vehicles be significantly reduced and a new over-time policy for NOAB employees be set after Asher’s audit review of NOAB Overtime (posted on the Airport website).
5/1/2012 View FileImproving Concessions at MSY
Saints Store On our path to transforming the airport into a business that closely reflects the aspirations of our community, we have discussed many initiatives with you in these reports. One such initiative is upgrading the concessions at the airport.
6/1/2012 View FilePlanning for the Hurricane Season
June 1st is the declared first day of the 2012 Hurricane Season and hurricane forecasters are calling for a below-average hurricane season this year. Regardless of the forecast, the key is to always be prepared with a storm safety plan during this time of year.
7/1/2012 View FileArts in the Airport
Art and music are two important ways to showcase a city’s unique ambiance, particularly in public structures. The use of the arts in a public setting has been shown to create an improved public environment through the enhancement of spaces, with the sights and sounds of quality artists and musicians that are unique in their field and their presentation.
8/1/2012 View FilePreparing for the Super Bowl
New Orleans has been the host to some very big sporting events over the years, but none bigger than a Super Bowl. As everyone must know by now, New Orleans will be in the spotlight on Feb. 3, 2013 when the Super Bowl returns to the Crescent City for a 10th time. This high profile game will bring attention to our region, our city and our airport.
9/1/2012 View FilePre-K air service restored at MSY
By Iftikhar Ahmad - Director of Aviation, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
10/1/2012 View FileAirport Capital Improvement Projects Near Completion
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is entering into the final phase of the $356 million modernization of the airport, as we get closer to our construction deadline of Super Bowl 2013.
11/1/2012 View FileTips for Holiday Travel at Armstrong International Airport
As we enter the holiday season, many of our residents will be traveling by air to visit loved ones and friends. I would like to share some tips with you that might make your travel through Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport a little easier.
12/1/2012 View FileAirport Construction Wrapping Up
As we enter the December holiday season and approach the new year, I am happy to report we are completing the final touches on all of the construction and wrapping up our $356 million modernization program. We, at the airport, are excited about the changes and I know our passengers that have not been in the airport recently will be impressed by the new décor, the new shops and the new restaurants.
1/1/2013 View FileAirport Super Bowl Plan is Complete
2/1/2013 View FileA Promising Year for MSY and Greater New Orleans
3/1/2013 View FileSpecial Events Impact Traffic at MSY
In January, we kicked off the year with thousands of Sugar Bowl fans faithfully following their two respective college teams to the Crescent City. This was followed by our yearly Mardi Gras celebration that was extended a week to allow for the Super Bowl to take place in the Superdome. Then if that wasn’t enough following the departure of the Mardi Gras revelers after Ash Wednesday, the airport was called upon to be the travel conveyance for stranded passengers from the Carnival Cruise ship - Triumph. They were bussed to us from the Mobile Cruise Ship Port after their emergency docking with a final sojourn scheduled to the Triumph homeport of Galveston, TX via a flight to Houston on 11 chartered aircraft from MSY.
4/1/2013 View FileA New Airport Under Study
In 2012 while working feverously to complete the over $300 million modernization of Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, the New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB) was also working on a feasibility study for a new airport terminal at the existing airport location in Kenner. New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu had sent a request for the study to the NOAB in their August meeting in 2011. Justification for the study revolved around a number of factors.
5/1/2013 View FileA World Class Airport for a World Class City
On Wednesday, April 17, the New Orleans Aviation Board took action to accept the recommendation from consultants contracted to do a study for the location of a new terminal. Four alternative sites were reviewed. The alternative options were (1) refurbishing the existing terminal site or build a new terminal on the (2) Southside, (3) Westside or (4) Northside of the existing campus. The recommended alternative that was approved by the Board was the option for the Northside of the airfield (see illustration on side 2). The completed comprehensive analysis came less than two years after New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu requested the Aviation Board undertake an in-depth and robust analysis of the four proposals for the future of the airport from the airport’s master plan. The study looked at financial feasibility, environmental impact, design, and operational impacts, including potential uses for the existing terminal and surrounding infrastructure.
6/1/2013 View FilePlanning for the Hurricane Season
June 1st heralds the first day of the 2013 Hurricane Season. Many hurricane forecasters have begun to make their predictions for the season. Regardless of the predictions, the key is to be prepared and have a storm safety plan.
7/1/2013 View FileArmstrong International Airport Soars in Strong Headwinds
A recent study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology International Center for Air Transportation published in the Wall Street Journal has found that airline mergers, a deep recession and surging fuel prices have led to sharp cuts in airline service around the nation.
8/1/2013 View FileImportant Endorsements and Rankings for MSY
9/1/2013 View FileA World Class Designer for a World Class Airport
In a few short months, the New Orleans Aviation Board will be debuting the exciting look of the new $650 million Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport North Terminal. We have been actively working on the design of the terminal envelope since July, the same month that we were pleased to announce that famed architect César Pelli and William Raymond Manning of Manning Architects had joined the Crescent City Aviation Team (CCAT), the group charged with shaping a world class airport terminal in New Orleans set to open ahead of the 300th anniversary of New Orleans. They will bring a vision and world class experience to the project that is uniquely New Orleans.
10/1/2013 View FilePreparing for an Airport Disaster
This month, our staff will be joined by law enforcement and first responders from the surrounding parishes to participate in the mandated, tri-annual Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) disaster drill. Airports are required to conduct the live full-scale planned exercise every three years to evaluate a response to a regulated disaster.
11/1/2013 View FileHoliday Travel Tips at Armstrong International Airport
As we enter the holiday season, many of our residents will be traveling by air to visit loved ones and friends. I would like to share some tips that will enhance your travel experience through Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
12/1/2013 View File2013 - A Very Good Year at MSY
As we look back on 2013, it has been a year of exciting accomplishments at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. I would like to recap just a few.
1/1/2014 View FileA New Year for Armstrong International Airport
It is a new year and with it comes expectations for great things at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
3/1/2014 View FileReaching Milestones for a World Class Airport
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport has achieved some significant milestones in the first quarter of 2014. First and foremost, forward progress on the development of the new $826 million North Terminal has taken flight. On January 16, 2014, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu joined the New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB) and the Long Term Infrastructure Development Project Team to showcase the conceptual renderings of the new north terminal complex. The terminal concepts are the creation of world renowned architect Cesar Pelli, New Orleans’ William Raymond Manning of Manning Architects, Atkins Global and Leo A. Daly, the project design team for the north terminal project.
4/1/2014 View FileNew Orleans Scores Big With More Air Service
Building on the growth in 2013, the Airport recently announced the addition of the low cost carrier Alaska Airlines that will be providing non-stop service to Seattle, Washington. This announcement marks the 42nd non-stop destination served from New Orleans. With the addition of Alaska Airlines, Armstrong International now has twelve airlines that offer travel options for our customers. In addition, Southwest Airlines announced that it will be providing two daily non-stop flights to Regan National Airport in Washington, D.C.
5/1/2014 View FilePlanning for the 2014 Hurricane Season
The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is an important facility to the community, especially during an emergency event such as a hurricane.
6/1/2014 View FileNational Air Service Recognition
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport continues to set records and receive national recognition for air service in the world of aviation. Airline Weekly, a subscriber-supported publication reporting on commercial passenger aviation worldwide, recognized our Airport for the biggest increase in passenger volume in 2013 in the entire United States.
7/1/2014 View FileCustomer Service - A Priority at MSY
The passenger experience from parking to boarding an aircraft at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) appears to be a seamless process. However, passengers are actually interacting with many different businesses that operate at the Airport. These businesses each have their own corporate branding, employees, policies and customer service initiatives. For example, the Airport parking garage is operated by New South Parking, curbside check-in is provided by businesses under contract with the particular airline, the airlines operate the ticket and gate counters, the news and gift concession is under Hudson Group, the food and beverage concession is under Delaware North Companies, and passenger and checked bag screening is conducted by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). While the Airport does not have control over these businesses, the Airport has taken steps to have efficient and effective customer service for all of our passengers.
8/1/2014 View FileNew Air Service Arrives at MSY
August will be a busy month for new air service at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. On August 1, 2014, Spirit Airlines, one of our low cost carriers that entered our market with daily service to Dallas, will begin a daily non-stop flight from the Greater New Orleans Market to Ft. Lauderdale with their all-Airbus fleet.
9/1/2014 View FileAirport Continues to Fly High in 2014
The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport contributes to the prosperity of the city and region by linking our community to the rest of the world by air.
10/1/2014 View FileHoliday Travel Tips at Armstrong International
Next month will begin the holiday season and many of our residents will be traveling by air to visit loved ones and friends. The Airport Director would like to share some travel tips that will enhance your travel experience through Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
Archives
DatePublication
2/14/1954 View File'I Flew with Moisant'
  Gulfport Woman Recalls meeting the namesake for the Airport in New Orleans.
3/22/1987 View FileN.O. airport: Deregulation's been trying
The Times-Picayune, March 22, 1987
Employee Newsletters
DatePublication
4/16/2007 View FileInside MSY - Spring 2007
Music to your Eyes campaign rolls on, Cell Phone Lot opens and A Word from Sean
12/15/2007View FileInside MSY - Winter 2007
SWA Star of the Month, Cranes in the Sky, Wi-Fi Access now offered and AeroMexico Charters
3/15/2008 View FileInside MSY - Spring 2008
JetBlue begins Boston Service, ExpressJet 1-year Anniversary, Air Force One meets Mexico One and NOAB Avcom Recognizes Employee
8/15/2008 View FileInside MSY - Fall 2008
AAAE 80th Annual Conference & Expo, New Zipper LIne, Surviving Gustav and Sound Proofing Program
3/15/2009 View FileInside MSY - Spring 2009
Unique Nuptial for NOAB Manager, AeroMexico Service Returns, Congrats to Tax Free 20 Years of Service
8/15/2009 View FileInside MSY - Fall 2009
Making Dreams Come True, Security Reminder, Honor Air Flights, Continental  at Work and Capital Improvement Program
3/10/2010 View FileInside MSY - Spring 2010
Iftikhar Ahmad Named Director, Frontier Returns to MSY, Construction Moving Along
2/15/2011 View Fileinside MSY - Winter 2010
San Francisco Service, Zulu Queen arrives at MSY, Saints Ambassador, ID Badge Renewal, Sugar Bowl, and more.
11/4/2011 View FileInside MSY - Summer/Fall 2011
"Throw Me Something" Fridays, In Remembrance - Henry Smith, NOAB employee luncheon, MSY Red Coat Retires, and more..
Archived Press Releases
DatePublication
1/1/2010 View FileMoving forward in 2010
Patricia Malone, Interim Director of Aviation
2/18/2010 View FileNew Orleans to Host Boyd Group International Aviation Forecast Conference
15th Annual International Aviation Forcast Summit will take place in New Orleans, LA
2/22/2010 View FileNOAB Names Top Candidate for Director of Aviation
New Orleans Aviation Board meets with Director of Aviation from Dayton International Airport
2/25/2010 View FileMidwest Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service Between Kansas City and New Orleans
New service between Kansas City and New Orleans to begin May 20, 2010
2/27/2010 View FileNEW ORLEANS AVAITION BOARD NAMES TOP CANDIDATE FOR DIRECTOR OF AVIATION POSITION
New Orleans Aviation Board meets with Director of Aviation at Dayton International Airport
3/17/2010 View FileArmstrong International Airport to Host Kick Off Ceremony for the Construction of Concourse D Expansion
The airport kicks off another part of its $400+ Million Airport Capital Improvement Program
4/21/2010 View FileAviation Board Approves Contract with Iftikhar Ahmad as Director of Aviation

"We are so pleased to have Mr. Ahmad join the team at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport,” said Aviation Board Chairman Dan Packer

5/6/2010 View FileArmstrong International Sells $53.7M in Bonds to Support the Ongoing Terminal Modernization Program
PFC Bonds to be used to upgrade the airport's facilities.
5/18/2010 View FileAirTran Airways Announces New Nonstop Service Between Milwaukee and New Orleans
New service between Milwaukee and New Orleans to begin October 7, 2010
6/15/2010 View FileSouthwest Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service To the West Coast
New Nonstop service to LAX to begin November 7, 2010
6/25/2010 View FileFitch Affirms Rating on New Orleans Aviation Board $144M Bond Series 2009
7/1/2010 View FileArmstrong International Concessionaire Hours Extended
In response to increasing demand, Armstrong International Airport has extended the hours for its concessionaires
7/7/2010 View FileWestJet Announces Service between New Orleans and Toronto
New service to Toronto, Canada to begin November 1, 2010
7/9/2010 View FileLouis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Receives $4 Million AIP Grant

 

7/14/2010 View FileAir Canada Announces Service between New Orleans and Toronto
Service between Toronto and New Orleans starts October 30, 2010
8/18/2010 View FileAviation Board Elects New Officers
The NOAB elects a new Chairman and Vice-Chairman
9/14/2010 View FileAirport Receives $6.2 Million AIP Grant
9/22/2010 View FileTerminal Apron Work Shifts Flight Patterns
10/21/2010View FileLouis Armstrong New Orleans Intl. Airport withdraws from FAA Airport Privatization Pilot Program
10/22/2010View FileUnited Airlines Announces Service to San Francisco
10/25/2010View FileArmstrong International Unveils New Website
New Site Gives Travelers Ultimate Single-Stop Online Resource
11/10/2010View FileAirport Receives Notice of Community Disaster Loan Forgiveness
11/19/2010View FilePlan Ahead for Holiday Travel
1/14/2011 View FileBoard Finance Committee implementing new policies and procedures
"Gold Standard" Goverance Result from Two Analyses Commissioned by Aviation Board
2/17/2011 View FileUnited Airlines Resumes San Francisco Service
3/2/2011 View FileArmstrong International Reports Record Post-Katrina Numbers
Passenger numbers up 5.1% in 2010.
3/3/2011 View FileMardi Gras Revelers Converge on New Orleans
Mardi Gras is upon us at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport and we are seeing our seasonal surge in passenger traffic.
3/9/2011 View FileNew Orleans Receives Approval for Cuba Service
MSY received federal approval to serve as a port of entry for flights to Cuba.
3/11/2011 View FileAirport Seeks Public Input on Concessions Offerings
Survey to solicit public input posted on-line
3/14/2011 View FileArmstrong International Gains Additional Flights
MSY gains additional flights to Baltimore-Washington, Nashville and Kansas City
5/12/2011 View FileArmstrong International Bond Rating Outlook Revised Upward
7/25/2011 View FileAccidental Discharge at MSY
8/18/2011 View FileMayor Landrieu Calls for Robust Analysis on Future of Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Asks Aviation Board for a Financially-feasible Plan for World-class Airport
8/26/2011 View FileHurricane Irene Impacts
9/2/2011 View FileAirport Website Named a Winner in a North American Contest
10/7/2011 View FileTerminal Improvement Project to Affect Vehicle Traffic Patterns
10/12/2011View FileCuba Approves New Flight Service from New Orleans
11/21/2011View FilePlan Ahead for Thanksgiving Travel
1/24/2012 View FileRevenue Bond Rating Affirmed by Moody's
3/1/2012 View File2011 Passenger Numbers Released
5/11/2012 View FileAirport Director Named Tourism Champion
6/19/2012 View FileFitch upgrades New Orleans Airport's Outlook from "Stable" to "Positive" with A-
7/16/2012 View FileSpirit Airlines to Start Service at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
8/28/2012 View FileSouthwest Adds 1.5 Million Seats in New Orleans Including a New Destination
Big win for New Orleans
9/14/2012   Saints Store to Open in Armstrong International Airport
As part of the ongoing transformation at the Airport, a widespread revamp of concessions program is taking place, the New Orleans Saints opened their Saints store at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport today.
9/25/2012   Perlis Cajun clothing Debuts at Amrstrong International Airport
10/10/2012View FileTicket Lobby to Expand with Whitney Bank 's Relocation
11/20/2012View FileThanksgiving Travel
Plan ahead for Thanksgiving Travel
12/4/2012 View FileAccess Road Work May Cause Traffic Delays
Plan for 15-20 travel delays due to construction.
1/15/2013 View FileMayor Landrieu and Airport Officials Unveil Armstrong International Airport Improvements
2/5/2013 View FileRecord Crowd Passes Through Armstrong International Airport



   

 

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