Baton Rouge Flights Guide
The named Baton Rouge comes from French, and means “red stick”. It was a Frenchman and his expeditionary forces that landed here and first observed the peculiar dividing line between Indian nations that was a bloody red stick in the ground. Today Baton Rouge retains a bit of its French heritage, and serves as the capital of the US state of Louisiana.
History is well preserved in the Louisiana State Museum. The museum in the extravagant Old State Capital castle is another intriguing place, and between the two one will gain a solid basis in order to explore the rest of the city. The State Capitol building pulls away from the norm of state capitols by adapting the art deco style. There are a number of historic buildings and neighborhoods in Baton Rouge, but for a perfect stroll through historical architecture, the Louisiana State University campus fulfills the need. As for natural attractions around the city, the city is known for its Bayous, and one can organize a swamp tour to see some of the wildlife, which includes alligators.
Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport serves the city and its districts. The airlines that have regular flights to Baton Rouge are American Eagle, Delta, US Airways and United.
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- Baton Rouge, USA connects to 7 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Baton Rouge is 252 miles to Houston on United Airlines.
- The longest flight from Baton Rouge is 673 miles to Charlotte on US Airways.
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