Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport offers way more than just a few runways. Make the most of your visit to the world's busiest airport with this quicktravel guide.
It's no surprise the city's nickname, "ATL," comes from its airport code. ATL has been the world's busiest airport since 1998. ATL feeds, services and entertains the hundreds of thousands of passengers who pass through each day in myriad ways. We recommend building a long layover into your flight to enjoy everything the airport has to offer. If you only have 90 minutes to spare, beeline to Concourse E for sushi and a cocktail at One Flew South, touted as one of the best restaurants in the city, or to get your shopping fix at Duty Free Americas, Swarovski, SPANX, Michael Kors, Brooks Brothers, Pandora, TUMI and many others. In serious need of a pick-meup? Head to Concourse B to recharge with a steaming cup of coffee and a freshly baked pastry at European-style Cafe Intermezzo. www.atl.com