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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport (ATL)

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About the airport

Statistics and location

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport (IATA: ATL) is the busiest airport in the United States and one of the most important in the world, representing the largest hub in the country, with a large number of domestic, as well as international and intercontinental flights and destinations. It is also the main hub for Delta Air Lines. During 2023, 104.7 million passengers passed through it. It is located in the state of Georgia, 7 miles (11 km) south of Atlanta's financial district. (SEE MAP)

Contact information

Official Website: atl.com - Facebook - Instagram - X (Twitter)

Customer service: Tel +1 404 530 7300 / 800 897 1910
TTY: +1 404 530 6665

Terminals

The airport is open 24 hours a day and has a Domestic Terminal, divided by an atrium into two parts (North and South), and connected to several concourses (A, B, C, D, T). On the other hand, the International Terminal has two concourses (E and F). SEE MORE

The terminals are connected by a bus (Terminal Shuttle Connector), a train (SkyTrain) and a remote subway system (Plane Train). SEE MORE

Miscellaneous services

The airport has free Wi-Fi access, banking services, plugs for charging electronic devices and stations for electric vehicles, prayer rooms, exclusive spaces for nursing mothers, hygiene areas for pets and guide dogs, games for children, medical and postal services, tourist information and travel assistance. SEE MORE

Restaurants and shopping

You will find a wide variety of dining options, with restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets and bars, both in the terminals and in the concourses. There are also a large number of commercial outlets, with duty-free items, fashion, accessories, cosmetics, electronics and telephony, alcoholic beverages, sweets, local products. Convenience stores are open 24 hours a day and offer regional products, books and newspapers. SEE MORE

Hotels within the airport and nearby

The Minute Suites are a good option, where you can rest for 1 hour or even spend the night. They are located in concourse B, near gates B16 and B24, in the atrium of concourse E and next to gate F6, in concourse F. There are also several hotel options nearby with shuttle services. SEE MORE

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Public and Private Transportation

Taxi services

Cabs provide 24-hour service to and from the airport. Stops are located in the Ground Transportation Center, at the west end of the Domestic Terminal, between gates W1 and W2, and on the Arrivals level of the International Terminal, outside gate A1. The fare to downtown Atlanta is USD36.00 and travel time (during non-peak hours) is 20-25 minutes. Uber and Lyft are also available at a slightly lower fare. SEE MORE

Bus and Train Services

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) operates the local public transportation system. The train station at the airport is between the north and south baggage claim areas, in the Domestic Terminal. From there, the Red and Gold lines run to Five Points, in downtown Atlanta. Bus 191, on the other hand, goes to Lakewood and Justice Center. In both cases, the standard fare is USD2.50. SEE MORE

Shared Shuttles

Shared-ride vans provide transportation services to and from Atlanta's central business district: Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead, shuttle services to hotels, to Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton and Gwinnett counties, and to areas outside the five-county metro Atlanta area and the states bordering Georgia. SEE MORE

Car rental

If you wish to rent a car at Atlanta Airport, you must go to the Rental Car Center, which is connected to the Domestic Terminal via the SkyTrain and to the International Terminal via shuttle. SEE MORE

Airlines

List of airlines and destinations at Atlanta Airport.

VIP Lounges

Each of the concourses has several VIP lounges. SEE MORE

Parking

The airport offers 24/7 parking with convenient walking access to the terminals and availability for passengers with reduced mobility. SEE MORE. For more details of the lots, CLICK HERE.

Special Passengers

Atlanta Airport offers accessible facilities and assistance services for people with reduced mobility, disabilities and people with autism. SEE MORE

FAQs

Answers to the most frequently asked questions from the passengers.