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With a unique history, Mardi Gras, multiculturalism and music, New Orleans is one of the biggest tourist destinations in the United States. Built by the French, conquered by the British, and made great by African-Americans, New Orleans is one of the oldest cities in the Union, and history is everywhere in the streets. Hire a professional chauffeur in New Orleans from Blacklane and explore the streets at your leisure, choosing from our selection of vehicles: Business Class, our standard high-quality black car, or Business Van/SUV for up to five people, ideal for airport transfers. Our taxi alternatives in New Orleans can be booked easily using the Blacklane app, available for iOS and Android with all taxes, fees and gratuities included as standard.
New Orleans is a huge city, with countless attractions and an ever-changing repertoire of bars and restaurants. When you hire a top-quality limousine service in New Orleans with Blacklane, you get more than just an alternative to a taxi: you get a locally knowledgeable chauffeur, who can take you wherever you need to go in the Big Easy. Whether you need an airport shuttle at dawn, a drive out to one of the Parishes for some traditional Cajun cooking, or a ride to a jazz show downtown, Blacklane can be there. If all you need is a premium car in New Orleans to come and pick you up after a few frozen daiquiris in the French Quarter, then you can get home safely and swiftly with Blacklane.
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is around 23 km west of the city center, and with Blacklane, you can get downtown safely and efficiently. Book your door-to-door airport transfer in New Orleans with Blacklane as an alternative to the taxi line and gain access to our flight-tracking system. Simply input your flight details when you book your ride, allowing your chauffeur to time their pickup with your arrival. Your chauffeur will then wait for up to an hour after disembarking, giving you adequate time to get through baggage claim, before shuttling you from the airport onward into the city of New Orleans.