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William B. Hartsfield International Airport

William B. Hartsfield International Airport is located in Atlanta, Georgia and is one of two airports considered the busiest airport in the world. Its IATA code is ATL.

Hartsfield International is the chief hub to Delta Air Lines and mostly handles Domestic air traffic.

Hartsfield International has two terminals where persons check in, the North Terminal and the South Terminal. They link to a main terminal for security, before passengers head to Concourse T.

Check in locations:

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North Concourse

  • Air Canada
  • Air Jamaica
  • Airtran
  • American Airlines
  • America West
  • British Airways
  • Continental Airlines
  • Corporate
  • Frontier Airlines
  • Jet Blue Airways
  • Korean Air
  • Lufthansa
  • Midwest
  • Northwest Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • US Airways
South Concourse
  • Aeromexico
  • Air France
  • Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA)
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Comair
  • South African Airways
  • Hooters Air

Six concourses exist for passenger boarding. An inter-terminal train connects the concourses.

Concourse T

Concourse A Concourse B Concourse C Concourse D International Concourse E

MARTA operates a rail link between Hartsfield International Airport and downtown Atlanta.

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