Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s busiest passenger airport connecting cities and countries all over the world.
The Atlanta Airport complex has two terminals connected by a main building, called the Atrium, and 6 concourses, T, A, B, C, D, and E. Concourse E serves the international flights. The concourses have 182 gates most of which serve domestic flights. The 6 concourses and main terminal are connected by an underground Automated People Mover for the convenience of the passengers.
Parking at the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is made a little easier with a lot of options and over 30,000 parking spaces. Parking options include short term parking, economy parking, park and ride lots, and a Silver Reserve lot. Disabled parking spaces are available in each of the parking areas and are clearly labeled.
Many ground transportation options are available for Atlanta Airport customers as well. Many area hotels have shuttle services to and from the airport. The city transit authority has trains as well as bus services that help to connect the airport to the rest of the city. Taxis can be found at the Ground Transportation Center. Shuttle vans can be hired to take passengers to destinations throughout the Atlanta area. There are also a number of rental car agencies located near the airport.
Hartsfield-Jackson Airport has a wide selection of places to eat, from airport cafes to fast food or sit-down restaurants. If you’re in the mood for a snack or a full meal you will find a number of cuisines to suit your tastes. There are also a number of stores, shops and boutiques including the largest duty-free outlet in southeast America.
The Executive Conference Center is located in the Atrium and offers meeting rooms, fax machines, computers, and other business related services.