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|Destination City||Baton Rouge|
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Not happy having to pay an extra $30 to check my bag on top of the ticket price
I don’t like paying for checked bags
It was a short flight- im glad there werent any delays
They were very helpful in getting me to my flights on time.
Seats are too small even for a normal sized person
I was happy however when selecting seats during check in, there was no seat available, so I paid for selecting a seat in order to make sure that I will board easily
spotty wifi :(
Low cost 1st grade upgrade.
Baton Rouge is one of Louisiana's most vibrant cities, offering everything from college sporting events to historical attractions. With the travel planning tools at Orbitz.com, you can book low-cost hotels or take advantage of airfare sales to find cheap flights to Baton Rouge.
The Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport serves all commercial flights into Baton Rouge. The airport is located about 7 miles from the center of the city, just off of Interstate Highway 110. There are no public transportation links between the airport and downtown, so the easiest way to get to your hotel is by taxi. Taxi fares can vary dramatically depending on the time of day you travel and traffic conditions; plan to spend at least $20 to get downtown. Shared shuttles are also available at the airport from Airport Shuttle Service, J.P.'s Executive Car Service, Shamrock Sedans and Tiger Airport Shuttle. The ride downtown takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
Baton Rouge offers a wide range of attractions for visitors. Many people come to see football games at Louisiana State University's (LSU) Tiger Stadium or visit the historic Southern University. Baton Rouge is the capital of Louisiana and boasts the highest capital building in the United States. For a look at the early settlers' way of life in the Baton Rouge area, visit the LSU Rural Life Museum or visit the Louisiana State Museum. Learn about the area at the capital building or the USS Kidd military transport ship. If you are visiting in the fall, don't miss the Baton Rouge Italian Festival. The best time to visit Baton Rouge is in March, April, October or November, when most days average 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Summers are hot and humid, and many days reach above 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
Whether you are visiting Baton Rouge for a college football game or to learn about the area's history, the city offers a variety of attractions to fill your days. With Orbitz.com, you can book cheap flights to Baton Rouge and manage all of your trip details.
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