Shreveport Transportation

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    Getting There

    by keeweechic Updated Sep 9, 2006

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    By Air : Shreveport has two airports, Downtown Airport (1500 Airport Drive) and the Shreveport Regional Airport (5103 Hollywood Ave). The regional airport is a small hub served by seven airlines. There are also six car rental agencies.

    By Train : Amtrak serves many cities in Louisiana and offers both short and long distance travel. Some trains have food service and there are also sleeper cars.

    By Boat : There are many cruises you can do down the Red River and Cross Bayou or on Cross Lake and Caddo Lake.

    By Bus : This is the public transit system for Shreveport and Bossier City.

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    Shreveport Regional Airport

    by ATXtraveler Written Jul 7, 2004

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    If you are interested in coming to Shreveport and checking out the history, you will most likely fly into the small Shreveport Regional Airport (SHV).

    This is definitely a small town airport, and you will pay a higher price to fly into Shreveport as compared to New Orleans, or DFW... but it would save you a couple hours drive.

    Airlines:
    American Eagle
    Delta Connection
    Continental Express
    Northwest

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