Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, opened on September 15, 1926, has the biggest domestic traffic in the United States and is the world's busiest air terminal, as it is a transfer airport. Internationally, it operates with different destinations around the globe.
Official Website: atl.com
Number of Terminals - 2 - Domestic Terminal and Maynard Holbrook Jackson Jr. International Terminal. Open 24 hours a day and linked through an automated people mover (Plane Train) that takes 5 minutes.
Annual passenger traffic: 110.5 million passengers went through it in 2019.
Tel: +1 404 530 7300 / 800 897 1910. Information counters in the public areas of both terminals and the Plane Train stations, available Mondays through Fridays between 8:15 am and 5:00 pm. Assistance staff is also on hand throughout the airport.
The airport is located 11 km (7 miles) to the south of the city of Atlanta.
The Rental Car Center is open around the clock and linked to the rest of the airport via an automated people mover, the ATL SkyTrain.
Advantage (Tel +1 404 767 8863)
Airport Rent a Car (Tel +1 404 209 1222)
Alamo (Tel +1 404 530 2800)
Avis (Tel +1 404 763 6333)
Budget (Tel +1 404 530 3000)
Dollar (Tel +1 866 434 2226)
Enterprise (Tel +1 404 763 5220)
EZ (Tel +1 404 767 8863)
Hertz (Tel +1 404 209 3230)
National (Tel +1 800 227 7368)
Payless (Tel +1 404 768 2401)
Sixt (Tel +1 404 698 4787)
Thrifty (Tel +1 877 283 0898)
There are parking lots for short- and long-term stays, open 24 hours a day and with charging stations for electric vehicles. There is also a passenger pick-up zone (Cell Phone Lot) outside the South Terminal. More information: Tel +1 404 530 6725. Reservations and fees
Hourly Parking - Areas located directly opposite each terminal.
Daily Parking - Four-storey facilities, with the top floor uncovered, across from both terminals.
Economy Parking - Situated adjacent to the parking decks and at the west end of the grounds, dedicated for long stays.
Park-Ride Lots A & C - Spaces away from the terminals, with a free shuttle service to the main buildings.
Facilities include ramps, elevators, adapted telephones and restrooms, relief areas for service animals and reserved parking spaces. Operators of public transport services can provide assistance for passengers with reduced mobility. If you should require wheelchairs, contact your airline before your arrival.
Latest updates: February 24, 2020