If you’re catching a flight out of New Orleans on Saturday (May 25), officials have announced that all parking lots and garages operated by Louis Armstrong International Airport are closed because they’re at maximum capacity. The airport posted the message just before 8 a.m. on Twitter. It said the short-term and long term garages, the credit card lot and the overflow lot are full. Travelers were advised to seek alternate forms of transportation to airport. The parking shortage was expected as part of the Memorial Day weekend travel crush. Officials estimated that almost 650,000 passengers will make their way through the airport over the 14-day period surrounding the holiday. That’s 60,000 more than in 2018. Airport officials suggested travelers arrive at least two hours before their scheduled departure time to ensure there’s enough time to find parking and make it through security. There are a handful of private parking lots near the airport, but those might be packed, as well. Travelers may also consider alternate transportation such as taxis and ride-hailing services.