ATL Arrivals today
Address: 6000 N Terminal Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30320, United States
IATA airport code: ATL
ICAO airport code: KATL
Alias: Atlanta International Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport
Location Atlanta Hartsfield arrivals
The airport is located south of the city of Atlanta and is easily accessible by car via Interstate 85 if you need to go to the west side (Domestic terminal) and via Interstate 75 to the east side where the international terminal is located. It is located about 11 miles from downtown Atlanta and will be 20 minutes by car when there are no crowds.
Transport to/from Atlanta airport
There are several ways to arrive at the airport from the city center. There are Atlanta Airport arrivals with shared-ride shuttles (18-30 USD) or hotel shuttles that can be free to guests. The local shuttle services have departures to the city center as well as Alabama, Carolina and Tennessee. There are Hartsfield-Jackson Airport arrivals every 15 minutes from the local service shuttle. You can also use Greyhound Flightlink to get to further destinations.
- If you travel by taxi to Atlanta the route will take 20-40 minutes with a price of 30-40 USD. Lyft and Uber are also a good alternative if you want to travel a little cheaper.
- Then there are also many ATL arrivals from different bus lines. There is MARTA Bus 191, Gold Line and Red Line that start running from 5 am to 1 am (gold line until 9 pm).
- The easiest way to transport yourself is by car. There are many car rental companies at the rental car center. This center can be reached by Skytrain in 15 minutes. Address for all car rental arrivals: 2200 Rental Car Center Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30337
Atlanta airport parking
If you are traveling by car and want to park at the airport, there are many options. Check the website: ATL Airport, for the status of whether the car park is open. Make sure you also drive to the right side of the airport for ATL airport arrivals. There are many parking options at Domestic Terminal North and South via I-85. See on the image below.
Two terminal for arrivals
So there are 2 terminals at the major Atlanta airport. Terminal 1 is the terminal for all domestic flights with 6 concourses (T, A, B, C, D). The second terminal is used for all international Hartsfield-Jackson arrivals and is also known as Maynard H. Jackson Jr. Called International Terminal. Concourse E and F is attached to this terminal. The concourses are connected by a walking tunnel and a plain train on level 0. There are also free shuttle buses between the two terminals.
The domestic terminal is divided into North and South. This terminal handles all Atlanta Hartsfield airport arrivals from the US. Not only for baggage claim (ground level American Airlines) but also for ticketing and check-in (level 2 + all other baggage claim) for domestic departure. The South terminal is only used by Delta Air Lines while the other airlines (mainly American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines) use the North terminal. At the international terminal, first level is for the Atlanta arrivals due to baggage claim. Second level is for check-in and security to concourses E and F.
Runways and passenger statistics
There are 5 medium-long runways for all Atlanta airport flight arrivals. They are 9000-12,400 feet long. Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport has been the largest airport in the world in terms of passenger numbers. More than 110 million passengers in 2019 using Atlanta airport. That dropped to a 43 million in 2020 because of corona. It will also be a tough time in 2021, but hopefully on the way back again.
It is home to Delta Air Lines, partner of SkyTeam. The busiest domestic routes are to Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Tampa, New York, Dallas, Denver, Miami, Detroit and Chicago. Most of these Atlanta Georgia airport arrivals are with the airlines Delta, Frontier, Spirit, Southwest, JetBlue and American Airlines.