Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson airport (ATL)
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About the Airport
Statistics and location
Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport (IATA: ATL) is the busiest airport in the United States and one of the busiest in the world, as it represents the largest hub in the country, with a large number of domestic destinations, as well as international and intercontinental flights. It is the main hub of Delta Airlines. During 2021, 75.5 million passengers passed through the airport. It is located in the state of Georgia, 7 miles (11 km) south of Atlanta's financial district. (SEE MAP).
Terminals and concourses
The airport is open 24 hours a day and has a Domestic Terminal divided by an atrium into two parts (north and south) plus the lobbies (A, B, C, D, E, T) and the International Terminal (hall F). SEE MORE
They are connected by a bus (Terminal Connector Shuttle), a train (SkyTrain) and a remote subway system (Plane Train). SEE MORE
Services and amenities
The airport has free Wi-fi access, banking services, charging stations for electronic devices as well as electric vehicles, luggage storage, prayer rooms, exclusive spaces for breastfeeding mothers, rest area for pets and dogs guide, games for children, medical services, postal services, tourist information and travel assistance. SEE MORE
Restaurants, cafes and shopping
It has a wide gastronomic variety with restaurants, cafes, fast food stands and bars, both in the terminals and in the lounges, as well as a wide variety of duty-free items, including clothing and fashion, cosmetics, electronics and telephones, alcoholic beverages, sweets, plus local shops. You can find 24-hour convenience stores with regional products, books, and newspapers. SEE MORE
Minute Suites is an option where you can rest for 1 hour or even spend the night. It is located in hall B, near door B16. In turn, near the airport there are several hotel options and a shuttle service is available. SEE MORE
Public and Private Transportation
Taxis have 24-hour service to and from the airport. To take a taxi, passengers should go to the “Yellow Bus” corridor, which is where taxis arrive and depart from. Taxi fare to downtown Atlanta is approximately $ 30.00 and travel time (off-peak) is 20-25 minutes. Uber and Lyft are also available at a slightly lower rate. SEE MORE
Bus and Rail services
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) operates Atlanta's local public transportation system. The train station is in the North and South baggage claim areas of the domestic terminal and there are served by the Red and Gold lines (both go to downtown Atlanta). While the bus corresponds to line 191. In both cases the standard rate is $ 2.50. Learn more
Shared Vans provide transportation services to and from Atlanta's central business district: Downtown, Midtown, and Buckhead, shuttle service to hotels, Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties, and areas outside of the five boroughs. from the Atlanta metropolitan area and the states bordering Georgia. SEE MORE
If you want to rent a car at the Atlanta airport, you must go to the Rental Car Center, connected via SkyTrain to the domestic terminal and parking area, and by bus to the international terminal. SEE MORE
Airlines and destinations (more than 200 between domestic and 40 countries) operating to and from the Atlanta airport.
Each of the lobbies has VIP lounges - SEE MORE
Atlanta International Airport offers highly accessible facilities and assistance services for people with reduced mobility, disabilities, and people with autism SEE MORE
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