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Thursday, December 29, 2016

New Year's in New Orleans in 94 Minutes

Posted By on Thu, Dec 29, 2016 at 10:36 AM

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The new GLO Airlines is now flying nonstop from Little Rock to New Orleans in just 94 minutes. On a recent flight ($338 round trip), it took us almost as long to get to the French Quarter from the airport as it did to get from Little Rock to New Orleans. We’ve never gotten to New Orleans that fast and there’s a "New Years Eve in New Orleans" rate of $308. Go to flyglo.com for details and get an additional 10% off when you enter the promo code of GLOBIG16.


They are also offering non-stop flights at just under two hours to Destin for about the same price. These are seasonal flights that are available over Christmas and New Years. It's quick and easy. Go to flyglo.com for details.



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