Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)

Fly in. Then stay close.

It’s the nation’s most traveled airport and the proud anchor of the ATL Airport District—and thanks to an ongoing 20-year development program to continually improve traveler experience, every visit finds something new, exciting and and top-of-the-line.

Use the world's most efficient airport to your advantage.


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of the U.S. population lives within a two-hour flight of ATL

Direct service to

  •   150+ cities across the U.S. 
  •   60+ international destinations 

Not to brag, but ATL is also home to the tallest air traffic control tower in North America.

AAD Airport Map

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is located at 6000 N Terminal Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30320.

How to get there

If you’re in a car, hop on I-75/I-85 southward from the city center (or ride the I-285 loop around the perimeter toward the south). Follow the big green signs to the Domestic Terminal (Exit 238) or the International Terminal (Exit 239).

If you’re near a bus or train station, board Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) on the red or gold line; the airport MARTA station is inside the Domestic Terminal. Convenient!

If you’re at Gateway Center, use the 24-hour ATL SkyTrain for a quick free ride to the Domestic Terminal.

For more information on how to navigate the airport and interactive maps, visit https://www.atl.com/maps/.

Airport Awning

Airport Tower at Night

What’s inside

The airport is home to over 300 eateries and retail businesses, many of which are accessible outside of the security checkpoint. Visit the airport’s SkyPointe page for an up-to-date directory of what’s where.

Recent Updates: Rideshare operations

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has designated a specific area for pickup and drop-off by rideshare (Uber, Lyft, etc.) near domestic ticketing and baggage claim, separate from the main park and ride area.

When meeting a rideshare driver at the Domestic Terminal, head to the North Lower level. Rideshare is adjacent to the North Economy parking deck. You’ll find bright orange directional signage throughout the Domestic Terminal to help guide you to this new area, or you can ask any of the airport’s customer service agents in green coats.

Hotel Shuttle Service & SkyTrain

Hotel shuttle service and the SkyTrain entrance are located in the Ground Transportation Center/West Curb area. The West curb is located outside between the Domestic North and Domestic South Terminals and is accessible by using the W-1 or W-2 door. 

If you're arriving via the international terminal, you must exit the airport to access the hotel shuttles and ATL SkyTrain. A complimentary shuttle departs from the curb outside the international terminal and drops off passengers at the West end of the domestic terminal adjacent to the SkyTrain entrance and hotel shuttle pick-up area.

Learn more about riding the ATL SkyTrain to the Gateway Center Campus hotels and rental car center and refer the directional map to help you find your way. 

Where to stay

Hotels near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport are priced an average of 30% lower than the same amenities in Downtown Atlanta, and many include free airport transportation. Thanks to the ATL SkyTrain’s free all-hours access, the Gateway Center’s hotels (AC Hotel Atlanta Gateway, Atlanta Airport Marriott GatewayRenaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway, and SpringHill Suites Atlanta Airport Gateway) are the easiest choice for any overnight stay. Book an airport-adjacent room and rest easy knowing the airport is just moments away.

Meeting near the airport

Meeting and group hotels in the District allow gatherings that are easy to reach by air or by land, at rates that give you and your group the best of many worlds—out-of-the-city-limits affordability, a quiet, relaxed atmosphere, and unfettered access to everything Atlanta is known for. Our CVB is happy to assist with all your meeting and event needs.

What’s nearby

The airport is only about 10 miles from Downtown Atlanta, providing easy access to the whole city as well as the surrounding metropolis. The area immediately surrounding the airport is called “The ATL Airport District” because its proximity is such a large part of its international appeal, but the neighborhoods that make up the District have a lot more going for them than that. Get to know College Park, Hapeville and Union City.