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Airlines Serving Baton Rouge International Airport

In the 12-month period ending on October 31, 2011, Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport averaged 178 flights per day. This means that Baton Rouge is a fairly small airport compared to other metropolitan airports in the country, partly because it is so close to Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans. Because Baton Rouge is a smaller airport, they offer flights on just four different airlines: American Eagle (a partner of American Airlines), Delta Airlines, United Express (a connection service for United Airlines), and US Airways. This airport offers more flights using Delta Airlines than American Eagle, United Express, or US Airways.

Though there are only four airlines with a limited number of nonstop flights all located in the United States, you can catch connecting flights at any of these hubs to hundreds of locations across the world. American Eagle offers nonstop flights from Baton Rouge to its hub in Dallas-Ft. Worth. From this destination, you can get on a connecting flight to one of over 260 locations. American Eagle flights leave from Gate B2 in Concourse B. Delta Airlines offers nonstop flights from Baton Rouge to its hubs in Atlanta and Memphis. From Atlanta, you can get on a connecting flight to one of almost 350 locations. From Memphis, you can get on a connecting flight to one of over 50 locations. Delta Airlines flights leave from Gate A2 and Gate A4 in Concourse A. United Express offers nonstop flights from Baton Rouge to its hub in Houston. From there, you can get on a connecting flight to one of over 370 locations. These flights leave from Gate A1 in Concourse A. US Airways offers flights from Baton Rouge to its hub in Charlotte, North Carolina. From here, you can get on a connecting flight to one of over 200 locations. These flights leave from Gate B3 in Concourse B.

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