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Atlanta (ATL)


Atlanta’s principal airport is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, situated approximately 8 miles south of downtown Atlanta.

Hartsfield-Jackson is largely set up as a hub airport for Delta Air Lines, with much of its traffic being transfer rather than arrival or departure traffic. The airport has a single groundside terminal, connected to 6 mid-airport concourses by underground walkways and rail transit. The concourse furthest from the terminal (concourse E) is dedicated to international flights and all immigration and customs formalities are conducted there.

The airport offers a full range of ground transportation services, including rapid rail, bus, taxicabs, airport shuttle vans, and car rental offices.

Trains

Rapid Rail
Hartsfield-Jackson airport is the terminus of the southern branch of the MARTA rail system. This is a convenient option for travelers going to locations in downtown, midtown or northern Atlanta and at $1.75 per one-way ticket, it is economic way of traveling.

Amtrak
The Amtrak station is located at 1688 Peachtree St. N.W., which is several miles north of the airport and downtown. There are no direct connections between rapid rail and Amtrak. However, MARTA Bus routes 23 and 110 stop in front of the Amtrak Station.

Bus
Taxi
Shuttle Vans
Car Rental

Atlanta Airport Information

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