Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport [ATL] – Ultimate Terminal Guide

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

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Serving more than 100 million passengers every year, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International is the world’s busiest airport.

It’s the main hub for Delta and many other domestic airlines, as well as international operators such as British Airways, Lufthansa, and Qatar Airways.

Located just 10 miles from Downtown Atlanta, ATL is conveniently connected by MARTA train and bus services and has an abundance of airport parking.

If you’re looking to fly into or out of ATL, then this article will give you some useful information on airport terminals, transportation, lounges, hotels, and general airport services.

Quick Information

Airport: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)

Terminals: 2, domestic and international

Domestic Terminal Address: 6000 N Terminal Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30320

International Terminal Address: 600 Maynard H. Jackson Jr. Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30354

Distance From Downtown Atlanta: 10 miles (16.1 km)

Website: www.atl.com

Phone Number: (800) 897-1910

Destinations Served: 150 domestic, 70 international

Flight and Airport Information: Up-to-date information on departures, arrivals, and security wait times can be viewed here.

ATL Terminal Map

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Map
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport map. Image courtesy of www.atl.com.

Airlines Operating at ATL

Domestic Terminal

International Terminal

ATL Airport Terminals

ATL operates from 2 terminals — the domestic terminal on the west side of the airport and the international terminal located on the east side. The domestic terminal is further split into north and south, with Delta solely occupying the south terminal, and the north terminal serving other airlines.

Flights arrive and depart from a total of 192 gates split across 7 concourses: T, A, B, C, D, E, and F. Passengers can travel between concourses using the Transportation Mall (pedestrian tunnel) with moving walkways or by riding the Plane Train.

When you’re flying international or domestic, you’ll need to check-in at the respective terminal. If necessary, you can travel between the two using the Plane Train or by the shuttle bus that departs from outside the terminals.

The Plane Train stops at the domestic baggage claim area, the domestic terminal at concourse T, and at concourses A, B, C, D, E, and F, where travelers can get a connection to the international terminal.

The ATL SkyTrain connects the domestic terminal to the Gateway Center, which has 3 airport hotels and the Georgia International Convention Center. The final stop is the rental car center, which is located about 5 minutes away from the domestic terminal, and then the SkyTrain loops back to the airport.

It’s wise to use one of these transportation options as the farthest points between the domestic and international terminals can be up to 2 miles apart! Unless you fancy a significant walk before a long flight.

Hot Tip: Check out our article on how to get between terminals at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta international airport.

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Concourse F
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Concourse F. Image courtesy of www.atl.com.

Security and Customs at ATL

As the busiest airport in the world, ATL is known for its long lines at security and customs. This is despite it being the first airport to roll out automated screening lanes.

On the day of your flight, you can check security wait times on the airport’s website which is updated frequently, and set up an email alert if these wait times change so you can plan your time accordingly.

ATL recommends that you arrive at least 2 hours before your flight if flying domestic and 3 hours for international flights to allow enough time to clear security.

There are some programs you should consider enrolling in that aim to speed up security and customs through ATL (and other participating airports).

TSA PreCheck

U.S. citizens can apply for TSA PreCheck, an expedited screening program in which ATL participates. Applicants need to apply online, pay an $85 fee, and schedule an appointment at an enrollment center for a 10-minute interview, which includes a background check and fingerprinting.

There are 3 enrollment centers at ATL, located in the main checkpoint, north domestic terminal, and the international terminal. If your application is successful, then you’ll receive a Known Traveler Number.

Enrollment in TSA PreCheck allows you to use the TSA PreCheck lanes at ATL security and to NOT remove your shoes, light jacket, belt, liquids, or laptop.

Global Entry Program

ATL also participates in the Global Entry program which expedites entry to the U.S. for U.S. citizens returning from international travel. Global Entry members are able to use entry kiosks at ATL by scanning their passport or U.S. residency card.

There’s a Global Entry enrollment center at ATL in the international terminal, arrivals level U, which also conducts interviews for conditionally approved applicants to become fully approved.

Mobile Passport

ATL has designated Mobile Passport Control lines which you can use once you’ve pre-registered. Simply set up a profile using your passport information and answer 5 questions about your trip.

Once you’ve arrived at ATL (or any participating airport), submit your data through the app, and you’ll receive an instant receipt which can be used for up to 4 hours after submission.


ATL also participates in CLEAR, which is a program for expedited security clearance using eye and fingerprint scanning instead of showing an ID at the security checkpoint.

Airport Lounges

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Lounges
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport lounges. Images courtesy of www.atl.com.

If you’re flying in economy or premium economy and want to start your trip in comfort and style, you can pay to gain access to some airport and airline lounges. Most lounges include free Wi-Fi access, beverages (including alcohol), and snacks.

Hot Tip: There are also many ways that you can access airport lounges without having to pay.

Below is a list of the lounges at ATL with some useful information on opening hours, location, and the cost of a day pass.

LoungeLocationOpening hours*Day Pass Fee
American Airlines Admirals ClubDomestic terminal, concourse T near gate T10Sun – Fri: 5:15 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Sat: 5:15 a.m. – 8 p.m.
The Club at ATLInternational terminal, mezzanine levelMon – Fri: 6 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.$40
Delta Sky Club®Domestic terminal, concourse A, 2nd level in the centerMon – Sun: 6 a.m. – 10 p.m.N/A



Concourse A, near gate A17Mon – Sun: 5 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Concourse B, near gate B18Mon – Sun: 6 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Concourse C, near gate C37Mon – Sun: 6 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Concourse D, near gate D12Mon – Sun: 6 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Concourse D, near gate D27Mon – Sun: 6 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Concourse E, near gate E15Mon – Sun: 6 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Concourse T, near gate T6Mon – Sun: 5 a.m. – 10 p.m.
International terminal,
Concourse F, mezzanine level
Mon – Sun: 5:30 a.m. – 11 p.m.
United ClubDomestic terminal, near gate T11Sun – Fri: 4:45 a.m. – 8:45 p.m.
Sat: 4:45 a.m. – 7 p.m.
USO LoungeInternational terminal, airport atrium 3rd floorMon – Fri: 7 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sat: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sun: 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Free for active members of U.S. military

*Hours are subject to change without notice. Lounge access may be restricted at times due to capacity.

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Priority Pass Access

The Club at ATL and Minute Suites both accept Priority Pass holders. Minute Suites offer Priority Pass holders 1 hour free. You can find Minute Suites in the domestic terminal in these locations:

  • Minute Suites concourse B, near gate B16, open 24 hours a day
  • Minute Suites concourse T, near gate T8, open 24 hours a day

You can find more information about obtaining a Priority Pass membership in our dedicated Priority Pass article.

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Airport Dining and Drinks

There are approximately 170 cafes, bars, and restaurants at Atlanta Airport so you won’t have a hard time finding a quick bite before your flight.

If you want to do your research on what’s available before you arrive, then you can view a full list, or search by concourse or company, on the airport’s website.

Airport Wi-Fi and Charging Stations

Wi-Fi: ATL offers free Wi-Fi access to passengers. The Wi-Fi can be used anywhere in the airport and some even say it’s accessible in the Transportation Mall. Unlike many airports which limit download usage, ATL says that passengers can download presentations, stream movies, and even connect to corporate VPNs.

To connect, select the network: “ATL Free Wi-Fi wireless network,” launch your browser, and fill in the requested information.

Charging Stations: Each gate has charging stations that are free to use.

Atlanta Airport Lost And Found

ATL’s lost and found is located in the north area of the domestic terminal, opposite the American Airlines ticket desk on the upper level. If something has been found in the terminal or at the security checkpoints, then items are usually returned here for collection.

If you have lost something at one of the gates or on an airplane, then you would need to contact the applicable airline. The lost and found office can be contacted on 404-530-2148; however, the process for claiming an item is to complete and submit their lost and found form.

Additional Airport Information

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport Information Desk
Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport information desk. Image courtesy of www.atl.com.

Information Services: ATL has over 70 guest service representatives who are situated throughout the airport. They can be identified by their dark suits with a lime green vest. Many are situated at the main west crossover to assist with advice on flights, hotels, and onward travel.

Travelers Aid: Located in the Atrium near the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau booth, HOPE Atlanta provides travel assistance such as paid and unpaid meet and greet services (depending on your circumstances), stranded traveler support, and assistance to families, the elderly, or disabled with flight connections or general information.

Children’s Play Areas: There are no dedicated children’s play areas (although it’s apparently in the works), but there are interesting sights that could entertain the kids, such as a model train exhibition in the entrance of concourse T and a 33-foot long Yangchuanosaurus dinosaur skeleton.

Baby Facilities: There are 6 private nursing pods in ATL with an electric outlet for pumps and a diaper-changing table. These are located at T7, B5, D34, E Centerpoint, F5, and F arrivals.

Lost Child Assistance: ATL doesn’t provide advice on their website, but generally in this situation, it would be best to alert an airport staff member so they can perhaps announce to arrange a rendezvous.

Pet Relief Areas: ATL has 7 indoor pet relief areas and 2 outdoor parks — 1 located at the ground transportation area of the domestic terminal and the other outside of arrivals near door A1 of the international terminal.

Duty Free: If you’re flying internationally then you may purchase duty-free items from the Duty Free Americas store located near gate F11.

Smoking Areas: ATL has numerous designated smoking areas. These can be found near gates T4, T13, B7, B24, C16, C26, E9, E17, E29. There’s also a smoking section within the Gordon Biersch restaurant and pub.

Interesting Features: ATL prides itself on its Airport Art Program, showcasing permanent and rotating exhibits. You can spot these walking through the Transportation Mall and throughout many of the concourses.

Prayer: There are 3 dedicated Interfaith Chapels providing services and quiet place for prayer. These are located on the third floor of the domestic Terminal and in concourses E and F.

Money: There are ATMs in concourse D and E and in the international terminal. Travelex currency exchange services can be found in both terminals and all concourses, except for concourse C.

Luggage: There are no luggage storage lockers at ATL.

Important Phone Numbers

Guest Relations: (800) 897-1910

Parking: (404) 530-6725

Ground Transportation: (404) 530-6674

Concessions: (404) 209-2100

Travel To and From the Airport

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Transport
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport transportation options. Image courtesy of www.atl.com.

Transport Options

  • Bus:
    MARTA Bus 191 from and to the Clayton County Justice Center. Operating Monday to Friday, 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays from 5 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.
    Greyhound Flightlink bus transfers to regional destinations. Operating Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Train: MARTA Train on red and gold lines operates every 8 minutes from the end of the domestic terminal and takes 15 minutes to reach the city center.
  • Shuttle: Organize a shared ride shuttle to the city or contact your hotel to see if they provide a free shuttle service.
  • Taxi: Metered taxis are available outside both airport terminals. Flat fees taxi rides are offered to the Central Business District for around $30.
  • Amtrak: Travel to and from ATL to Peachtree Station can be made by taking the Red Bus Northbound and connecting to Bus 110.

Directions by Car

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is accessible from interstates 20, 75, 85, and 285. From Downtown Atlanta, it’s approximately a 20-minute drive taking I-75/85 South, where you’ll pick up signage for “domestic” or “international.”

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Parking Map
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport — domestic terminal parking map. Image courtesy of www.atl.com.

Car Parking Information

Official Airport Parking

ATL has over 30,000 parking spaces available. From the airport parking, the airport can be reached by foot or by riding the airport shuttle bus.

Tickets are issued via automatic machines with fees available for hourly and daily parking. Parking options include Economy, Park Ride, and Gold Parker, the cost depends on if you want covered parking or proximity to the terminal.

Parking Options for the Domestic Terminal 

  • Hourly Parking for Short-Term: Located close to the terminal entrances, the north and south parking lots are perfect for drop-offs and pick-ups, charging $3 per hour for the first 2 hours, $4 per hour for 3-6 hours, and $36 per day after that.
  • Daily Parking: Accessible directly opposite the terminal, this 4-level car lot offers covered parking at a rate of $3 per hour or $19 per day.
  • Economy Parking: Located a little further from the terminal than the daily and hourly parking lots, the north, south, and west economy parking lots are accessible to the terminal by foot or via the shuttle bus, which operates 6 a.m. to midnight, 7 days a week. Rates are charged at $3 per hour or $14 per day.
  • Park-Ride Lots A and C: Convenient to both the domestic and international terminals, parkers can ride the free shuttle bus from the parking lots to outside the check-in area, and from the ground transportation area near arrivals, on your return. Rates are charged at $3 per hour or $10 per day.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Parking Map - International Terminal
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport — international terminal parking map. Image courtesy of www.atl.com.

Parking Options for the International Terminal 

  • International Hourly Parking: Located close to check-in and arrivals, this car park is convenient for quick drop-offs and pick-ups and longer-term parking at a premium. This lot offers 14 spaces for alternative fuel vehicles. Rates are $3 per hour for the first 2 hours, $4 per hour for 3-6 hours, and $36 per day after that.
  • International Park-Ride: Located west of Loop Road, passengers can ride the free 24/7 shuttle bus for 3 minutes to the departures area of the international terminal and back from the arrivals area. Parking rates are $3 per hour and $14 per day.

Gold Reserve Parking Program

This guarantees a reserved parking space in a dedicated area of the covered parking decks for the domestic and international terminals.

Membership is required with a fee of $408 charged on sign-up to cover 12 days of parking, plus a $200 advanced payment deposit, which is charged once your 12 days of parking have been used up.

There’s also a fee payable for the transponder that registers your car in the car park — either $25 for a window sticker or $40 for a license plate transponder. Sign up for Gold Reserve Membership here.

Off-Site and Hotel Parking

If you’re on a budget, then off-site parking is a good alternative to the official airport parking lots. Often located around 2 to 4 miles from the airport, these parking lots or airport hotels offer free shuttle services to the terminals, and many offer free cancellation.

Rates start from $6 per day, and a good booking site to use is airportparkingreservations.com that highlights customer reviews for each parking lot or hotel, distance from the airport, and operating hours.

Parking for Passengers with Disabilities

All official airport parking lots have parking spaces for people with disabilities. These are signposted within each car park with spaces closest to the airport terminals.

The Park-Ride parking option provides a shuttle bus with wheelchair access with a drop-off near the check-in area of the terminal.

Parking Contact Numbers

General parking inquiries: (404) 530-6725

Parking for passengers with disabilities: (404) 530-6725

Car Rental

The car rental center is located on the outskirts of the airport on the west side and is accessible by taking the Sky Train from the domestic terminal. Avis, Hertz, Sixt, Advantage, and Enterprise all operate rentals from ATL.

Airport Hotels

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Hotels
There are many great hotels to choose from near the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Image courtesy of www.marriott.co.uk.

ATL has a variety of hotels suitable for all budgets and travel purposes. These airport hotels offer free regular shuttle services to and from the airport, as well as easy access to Atlanta’s transport system for public buses and trains to explore some of Atlanta’s biggest attractions.

We’ve included a list of some of the most popular airport hotels below with contact details and distance from the airport.

Airport Hotels

HotelAddress and Phone NumberStar RatingDistance from the airport (miles)
Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport HotelOne Hartsfield Centre Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30354

+1 404-209-9999

La Quinta Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport North1200 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-209-1800

Crowne Plaza Hotel Atlanta-Airport1325 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-768-6660

Drury Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport1270 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30344-5228

+1 404-761-4900

Econo Lodge Airport1360 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 757-855-3116

Hilton Atlanta Airport1031 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30354

+1 404-767-9000

Holiday Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport North1380 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-305-9990

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Atlanta Airport North, GA1365 Hardine Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-767-9787

Hampton Inn & Suites-Atlanta Airport North-I-853450 Bobby Brown Parkway-Exit 73, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-767-9300

Hotel Indigo Atlanta Airport College Park1776 Harvard Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30337

+1 404-767-8881

Motel 6 Atlanta Airport – Virginia Ave1377 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-762-5111

Red Lion Hotel Atlanta Airport1419 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30337

+1 404-400-5900

Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Airport North/Virginia Avenue3399 International Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30354

+1 404-559-1043

Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Airport North3437 Bobby Brown Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-477-6600

Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport North3415 Norman Berry Drive, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-768-8484

Quality Inn Atlanta Airport-Central2010 Sullivan Road, Atlanta, 30337

+1 770-991-8985

Residence Inn Atlanta Airport North/Virginia Avenue3401 International Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30354

+1 404-761-0511

DoubleTree by Hilton Atlanta Airport3400 Norman Berry Drive, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-763-1600

Fairfield Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport North1255 Walker Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-767-5374

Homewood Suites Atlanta Airport North3405 Bobby Brown Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-554-9300

Comfort Inn Atlanta Airport1888 Sullivan Road, Atlanta, 30337

+1 770-996-2220

Holiday Inn Atlanta Airport South4669 Airport Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30337

+1 404-487-5000

Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport South1899 Sullivan Road, Atlanta, GA 30337

+1 770-994-2997

Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel2081 Convention Center Concourse, Atlanta, GA 30337

+1 470-306-0100

Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway2020 Convention Center Concourse, Atlanta, GA 30337

+1 404-763-1544

Kimpton Overland HotelTwo Porsche Drive, Atlanta, GA 30354

+1 470-466-3300

Sleep Inn Atlanta Airport1911 Sullivan Road, Atlanta, GA 30337

+1 770-996-6100

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Atlanta Airport Gateway2091 Convention Center Concourse, Atlanta, GA 30337

+1 770-907-8880

Days Inn by Wyndham College Park Airport Best Road4505 Best Road, Atlanta, GA 30337

+1 404-857-3867

Howard Johnson by Wyndham Atlanta Airport1551 Phoenix Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30349

+1 770-996-4321

301 North Central Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30354301 North Central Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30354

+1 404-763-8777


Top 3 Hotel Stays Using Points

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HotelAddress and Phone NumberStar RatingDistance from the airport (miles)Point Redemption Cost
Residence Inn Atlanta Airport North/Virginia Avenue3400 Norman Berry Drive, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-763-1600

31.520,000 – 30,000 Marriott Points
Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport North3415 Norman Berry Drive, Atlanta, GA 30344

+1 404-768-8484

31.55,000 Hyatt Points
Hilton Atlanta Airport1031 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30354

+1 404-767-9000

41.330,000 Hilton Points

The Residence Inn Atlanta Airport North/Virginia Avenue is a fantastic option for travelers needing to stay near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The hotel is newly renovated with each room offering a full-sized kitchen. Guests receive a complimentary breakfast buffet and free shuttle service to the airport. Award nights start at 20,000 points on off-peak nights, 25,000 on standard nights, and 30,000 on peak nights.

The Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport North offers a prime location, an outdoor pool, 24/7 dining, and is pet-friendly for those of you traveling with your favorite 4-legged friend! Don’t forget, all World of Hyatt members receive complimentary breakfast at participating Hyatt Place hotels. This hotel provides exceptional value for just 5,000 Hyatt points per night.

The Hilton Atlanta Airport does its best to offer everything you could possibly need during your stay. In addition to a pool and a fitness and business center, they also include a barbershop and beauty salon and shoe shine stand. Not to mention that Hilton members with Diamond status receive access to their executive lounge which includes complimentary breakfast.

Final Thoughts

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has an easy-to-navigate layout, while the Plane Train makes it quick to get anywhere within the airport you need to go.

Long security queues can be an issue, but with 3 security checkpoints in the domestic terminal, and the ability to get up-to-date information from their Trak-a-Line service, you can easily plan ahead.

Passengers have grumbled at not always being able to check-in at one terminal when flying from the other, but with the frequent shuttle bus, this makes traveling between terminals quite straightforward.

Frequently asked questions

What terminal does Southwest Airlines fly out of at Atlanta airport?

Southwest Airlines has a check-in and ticketing desk in the domestic terminal in the north area. Their flights generally depart from concourse C, but as with any airline, this is always subject to change.

What concourse does Delta operate out of in Atlanta?

Delta has check-in and ticketing desks in both the domestic and international terminals at Atlanta Airport. Delta flights depart and arrive from all concourses, with domestic flights operating from concourses A, B, C, D, and T, and international flights from concourses E and F.

Why is Atlanta Airport the busiest airport in the world?

Atlanta Airport is the busiest airport in the world as it transports more passengers annually than any other airport. As a major hub for connections around the U.S., as well as operating international flights, Atlanta Airport transports more than 100 million passengers every year.

How do I get from the domestic to the international terminal in Atlanta?

You can travel between the domestic and international terminal by taking the shuttle bus, which departs frequently from outside both terminals. The journey takes around 12 minutes.

If you have a boarding pass to clear security at the opposing terminal, you can take the Plane Train, which stops at all concourses and terminals, or walk via the underground Transportation Mall.

Which terminal is the international terminal at Atlanta airport?

The international terminal is on the east side of Atlanta Airport and is the same building as Concourse F. It’s connected to the other concourses and the domestic terminal by the Plane Train and underground walkways.

Can you check in for a domestic flight at the international terminal in Atlanta?

Only Delta has check-in facilities at both the domestic and international terminals and allows you to check-in at the opposing terminal. If you’re considering airport parking or transportation on your return, then bear in mind that your luggage will be returned to the terminal that your flight arrives into.

Does Atlanta airport still have smoking lounges?

ATL has designated smoking areas near gates T4, T13, B7, B24, C16, C26, E9, E17, E29. There’s also a smoking section within the Gordon Biersch restaurant and pub.

Does the Atlanta airport have showers?

The Club at ATL lounge has shower facilities and is located in the international terminal on the mezzanine level. The lounge is open Monday to Friday, 6 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and passengers can purchase a day pass for $40.

How do I connect to Atlanta airport's Wi-Fi?

ATL has free Wi-Fi for passengers which can be used anywhere in the airport. To connect, simply select the network “ATL Free Wi-Fi wireless network” and complete the requested information.

Can you vape in the Atlanta airport?

Vaping is not permitted in public areas of the Atlanta Airport. You must proceed to one of the designated smoking areas near gates T4, T13, B7, B24, C16, C26, E9, E17, E29. There’s also a smoking section within the Gordon Biersch restaurant and pub which allows vaping.

Does Atlanta Airport have a nursing room?

Atlanta Airport has 6 private nursing pods with a diaper-changing table and an electric outlet for pumping. These are located at T7, B5, D34, E Centerpoint, F5 and F arrivals.

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  2. Allison Waldrop July 22, 2021

    Is there a Readycard Kiosk in the Atlanta airport?


  3. bruce castlen August 16, 2021

    I pre-ordered wheelchair assistance via Delta. I was picked up with assistance but I and four other passengers were wheeled to an empty gate and left there until my wife of 69 pushed me onto our next gate. We arrived and the plane had already loaded but the door to the plane had not shut jet. We were spirited away and made the flight by a hair. Delta did a great job but the wheelchair assistance was horrible. Delta was not responsible for the assistance, that is on Atlanta Airport. I wish Delta could find another hub and leave Atlanta in the dust. I try very hard to bypass Atlanta.


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