Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR)
Driving Directions / Travel by Car
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana - LA, USA)
Serving the Louisiana state capital of Baton Rouge, as well as smaller regional towns in the area, the busy Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR) is served by numerous regional airlines. Baton Rouge airport is reached directly via its own exit off I-110 and is located just 8 miles / 13 km north of the main downtown area.
Close to Baton Rouge Airport, the Southern University and A&M College is located to the west, next to Scotlandville. Directly north you will find both the Dumas Golf Course and the Clark Park Golf Course, which are just minutes away.
On the western perimeter of Baton Rouge Airport, Plank Road runs in a north / south direction, with Harding Boulevard skirting the southern side and the Veterans Memorial Boulevard sited to the west.
Directions to Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR) from the north / south:
Directions to Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR) from the east:
- Heading north, take I-110 through Baton Rouge before exiting at the well signposted BTR exit
- Follow the signs to the airport terminal and parking garage
Directions to Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR) from the west:
- Take I-12 west to Baton Rouge and turn north onto I-10
- Follow I-110 for 5 miles / 8 km until you reach the airport exit. Take the airport exit and follow signs to the terminal building
- Take I-10 east to Baton Rouge then turn north onto I-110
- Follow I-110 for 5 miles / 8 km, take the airport exit and follow signs to the terminal building
Baton Rouge is a quiet city, so there are rarely traffic jams, particularly along the main routes. However, exercise caution when traveling in peak hours and leave yourself plenty of spare time so that you arrive at the BTR Airport terminal on time.
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