Air­port Ter­mi­nals and Gates

Airguide Destinations Airport Guide - Atlanta (ATL) - - Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport (atl) -

The pas­sen­ger ter­mi­nal com­plex at At­lanta Air­port con­sists of two main ter­mi­nals: • • •

The Do­mes­tic Ter­mi­nal (with North & South ‘Ter­mi­nals’) and its Con­courses T, A, B, C & D

The In­ter­na­tional Ter­mi­nal (‘Maynard Jack­son Ter­mi­nal’ or IT / TI) with Con­courses E & F.

The In­ter­na­tional Ter­mi­nal (on Avi­a­tion Blvd., near Loop Road) is one mile from the Do­mes­tic Ter­mi­nal, is con­nected by free un­der­ground Plane Train serv­ing all do­mes­tic & in­ter­na­tional ter­mi­nals & Con­courses. For travel within the U.S., check in at the Do­mes­tic Ter­mi­nal’s North or South check-in ter­mi­nals (for Alaska & Delta use South Ter­mi­nal); for travel out­side of the U.S. check in at the In­ter­na­tional Ter­mi­nal.

At­lanta air­port is cur­rently the busiest air­port in the world. There­fore, it is not prob­lem-free with bag­gage de­lays and con­gested ar­eas. Park­ing can be an­other dif­fi­culty and the air­port’s size adds ex­tra min­utes to jour­ney time. But the cour­tesy and nat­u­ral friend­less of the air­port staff is prob­a­bly its greatest as­set.

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