A little bit of everything (1)

Baton Rouge Metro Airport Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR) is actively monitoring Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) developments and is working closely with our employees, tenants and airline partners to proactively reduce the risk of COVID-19 impacting our guests or our operations. The Airport remains open with no significant reduction in service at this time. As part of our ongoing preparedness efforts surrounding COVID-19, BTR has implemented additional cl...

Read More

Passenger Traffic Up 5.8% in January at Baton Rouge Metro Airport

After hitting a seven-year high of 822,425 total passengers in 2019, the Baton Rouge Metro Airport passenger count was up 5.8% in January 2020 compared to January 2019. Total January 2020 passenger volume was 61,800 passengers, with 30,452 departing passengers (enplanements) and 31,348 arriving passengers (deplanements).          American carried the most passengers in January with a 37% share, followed by Del...

Read More

Passenger Count at Baton Rouge Metro Airport Up 14% in December

The Baton Rouge Metro Airport (BTR) passenger enplanements increased by 14% in December, and finished up 2.6% for 2019. Passenger volume is up for the third consecutive year with a 10% increase over that time period.    Total BTR passengers reached 822,425 for 2019, making the airport the second largest in Louisiana by passenger volume. American captured the most passengers with 312,985, followed by Delta at 295,498, and United at 213...

Read More

Baton Rouge Metro Airport Agreement with Uber Approved

The Baton Rouge Metro Council approved an operation agreement between the Baton Rouge Metro Airport (BTR) and Uber ridesharing company. The contract specifies the terms and conditions for operating at BTR, which are commensurate with the Lyft agreement reached earlier this year.   As with the Lyft agreement, Uber drivers will be provided a designated terminal-front pickup zone, which will give drivers more flexibility when picking up or d...

Read More
Back to Top of Page