How Many Miles Is Houston, Texas From New Orleans, Louisiana?


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Greg Allen Profile
Greg Allen answered
The distance between Houston, Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana is approximately 317 miles. This is the equivalent of 511 km, 276 nautical miles, 511,000 meters and a huge 1,676,509 feet!

Travelling as the crow flies is easier said than done but as Houston, Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana can be travelled between in a reasonably straight line, the distance between the two places by car only increases 32 miles to make a total travelling distance of 349 miles. To travel between Houston, Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana by car it would take approximately five hours and forty-one minutes without any stops and includes driving across two states.

There are other ways to travel between Houston, Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana. Amtrak’s Sunset Limited Line provides a daily train service between the two cities. The total journey time is approximately 10 hours and tickets can be bought for less than $50. If you want to reserve a sleeper cabin then be prepared to pay an extra $50 on top of the normal coach rate. Trains leave Houston, Texas at approximately 08:00 and arrive in New Orleans, Louisiana at 16:00 local time.

If you fancy travelling by air, there are 11 airlines that run over 250 flights per week between Houston and New Orleans.  The shortest flight available takes just over an hour and currently the cheapest fare you can buy is $168 with a round trip setting you back approximately $230.

If you are not taking the journey by car, then contact Amtrak for train information or get in touch with one of the 11 airlines that operate flights between the two cities.
Vikash Swaroop Profile
Vikash Swaroop answered
The total distance from Houston, Texas to New Orleans, Louisiana is 348 miles. Houston is said to be the biggest city in the state of Texas and was established in the year 1836 by Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen.

This region was incorporated as a city in the year 1837, and was name after General Sam Houston, who was the commander general during the battle of San Jacinto. Houston is said to be a multiethnic city having a budding intercontinental community. Houston has a subtropical humid climate throughout the year.

As of the year 2005, the total population of Houston was estimated to be 2,016,582, having an average population density of 1,344 per square kilometre. According to census reports the total area of this region was estimated to be 1,558 square kilometres.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
How many miles is New Orleans, Louisiana from,Jacksonville Florida
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Its bout 348 miles I knows because I travel all da times

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