Here's what you do to pick up your car: The Alamo Rent-A-Car counter is located on the first floor of the onsite Rental Car Facility at the New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport. Proceed downstairs to baggage claim, then follow the signs to the Rental Car Facility. Upon arrival to the facility, proceed to the counter to obtain your rental agreement and vehicle keys.
Car Rental at New Orleans Airport (MSY)
New Orleans Intl Arpt (MSY)
600 Rental Blvd
Kenner, LA 70062 US
Phone: (888)826-6893 Opens in new application
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Save time at the counter when you check-in online. That way we'll have your driver information and preferences ready when you arrive at the counter. You'll be on the road - and on vacation - before you know it!
Skip the rental counter lines and check-in directly by using Alamo's touch-screen kiosk. Check-in using the kiosk and a receipt-sized rental agreement is printed. You'll be directed to your rental car on the lot. At the exit booth, show the booth agent your rental agreement and driver's license - and simply drive away.
No need to visit the counter or kiosk.You can go straight to your car!
In order to take the advantage of this optional free service, you'll need to check-in online then choose the 'skip the counter' option. You will be required to confirm your protection options, agree to the Rental Agreement Terms & Conditions and enter a valid credit card (no charge is made until you return your vehicle). Simply print your rental agreement to bring with you, and you are all set! Go directly to your car, show the booth agent your rental agreement and driver's license - and get on the road!
Certain restrictions apply, View requirements
From I-10 W/Downtown New Orleans:
1) Take exit 223B toward New Orleans International Airport.
2) Merge onto Airport Road. The airport is on your right.
3) Follow the signs on airport property to the Rental Car Facility.
From I-10 E/Baton Rouge:
1) Take exit 220 onto I-310 S toward Boutte/Houma.
2) Take exit 2 onto US-61 S/East Airline Hwy toward Kenner.
3) In approximately 4 miles the airport will be on your left.
4) Follow the signs on airport property to the Rental Car Facility.
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New Orleans Visitor Information
Visit New Orleans, the Mardi Gras central, for a jazz-filled fun time you'll remember for the rest of your life. Culture, history, and nightlife come together to make this tourist spot truly unique.
New Orleans International Airport
The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is about 11 miles from downtown New Orleans, and it offers a host of nonstop domestic and international flights to many European, North American, and Central American destinations. Four concourses and more than a dozen airlines make this a bustling airport. Though travel through the airport lessened after Hurricane Katrina, it has revived and exceeded pre-Katrina numbers.
The French Quarter
No visit to New Orleans is complete without a stop in the French Quarter. Walk down Bourbon Street at night to experience the intense nightlife, stop at Cafe du Monde for some delicious beignets, and walk through the many shops featuring Mardi Gras masks and Voodoo items.
The Garden District
See some of the most gorgeous antebellum houses in Louisiana in the NOLA Garden District. Wide, tree-lined streets perfect for walking down, with grand homes on either side are what you'll experience when you walk through this neighborhood. Take a tour or just explore on your own.
A Swamp Tour
New Orleans is so close to the Louisiana swamps, you definitely need to hop on a boat and take a tour of these stunning waterways. Learn about the flora and fauna, and see some alligators if you get lucky! Airboat tours are the most popular, in part for the tour guides, but if you're brave you should try out a kayak tour. Reaching the swamp tour locations is easier in a rental car from Alamo.
The Cabildo, also known as the Louisiana State Museum, is right in Jackson Square within the French Quarter. This museum is a 1795 building that used to be where the Spanish government resided. As you can imagine, it's full of history and cool exhibits.
Backstreet Cultural Museum
Head to the Tremé neighborhood for the Backstreet Cultural Museum. Here you'll discover a collection of memorabilia, costumes, photographs, and other things distinctly NOLA. This collection is the epitome of NOLA culture, and it gives you a taste of this exciting city, both past and present.
The top attractions in NOLA are only a small piece of what it means to visit this city, so explore as much as you can! You'll never be bored here, guaranteed.