It’s generally more expensive to depart on a Wednesday, if you have to leave on this day you can still search on Cheapflights to find great options that meet your needs.
It’s typically best to fly out from London to Baton Rouge in the afternoon. Doing so could potentially save you 9% on the flight price compared to flying at midday, which is usually more expensive.
At this time, Cheapflights has noticed price decreases for many domestic flights due to COVID-19. Travel is not necessarily recommended at this time, and flights may be prone to cancellation: please check with local authorities in both London and Baton Rouge for travel alerts, and be sure to review the airline's cancellation policy and travel advisories before booking. For more information, please view our post on what to know about COVID-19 (coronavirus) and travel.
Yes, there are multiple flights from London to Baton Rouge for under £437. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Virgin Atlantic for just £373, but on average you can expect to pay £961.
There are no direct flights from London to Baton Rouge, but Cheapflights can provide you with all the information you need to find the fastest route with the fewest stops.
You can imagine temperatures to be in the 33 °C range in July. The weather in Baton Rouge is generally hotter than London's. As flight availability is subject to become more limited as peak season approaches it is ideal to book in a timely manner.
A quick flight from London to Baton Rouge can take about 13h 11m. Delta provides one of the quickest options available for as low as £552. Both multi-stop and direct flights can be found to your destination and back.
Flying on Virgin Atlantic is currently your cheapest option to Baton Rouge, with prices starting at £374. Additional return tickets that might be worth considering are offered by Delta and United Airlines, with the lowest prices starting at £552 and £1,475, respectively. These flights start at 56% lower than the current average price 3 months from now.