Complimentary Airport Shuttle Service

Airport Shuttle Service will operate to and from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) and the Hyatt Regency New Orleans following this schedule:

  • Monday, October 15 from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. service from MSY  to the Hyatt Regency New Orleans every 30 minutes
  • Thursday, October 18 from 6:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Noon) service from the Hyatt Regency New Orleans to MSY every 30 minutes

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Rental Car Discount


EPIC 2018 has arranged for a special discount for all attendees with Hertz.     Click here to book EPIC rates.

If you call 1-800-654-2240 or 405-749-4434 to make a reservation, please reference CV# 052U0002.

Rates available from all new Orleans, LA locations for rental start dates October 4-26, 2018.  At time of reservation, meeting rates will be automatically compared to other Hertz rates and the best rate will apply.

Meeting rates include unlimited mileage and are subject to availability.  Advance reservations are recommended, blackout dates may apply.  For additional details and conditions, click here.

Driving Directions

From Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport:  Head northeast on Airport Rd.  Take a slight right to stay on Airport Rd.  Turn left to stay on Airport Rd for about 3/10 of a mile, then turn left again, still staying on Airport Rd.  Continue for about 2 miles, and take the I-10E ramp on the left to New Orleans. After merging onto I-10E, drive for 6.2 miles, and then keep right at the fork to stay on I-10E.  Follow signs for New Orleans Business District/Interstate 10E for 3.5 miles, and keep right at the fork to stay on I-10E, following signs for Slidell.  After one-half mile, take exit 234B on the left for Poydras St. towards the Superdome.  Continue onto Poydras St, and after 1/2 mile, turn right onto Loyola Ave. The Hyatt Regency New Orleans is ahead at 601 Loyola Ave.

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