Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), better known as Atlanta Airport, is situated 11km (7 miles) south of the city centre of Atlanta, Georgia. Since 1999, it has been the world’s busiest airport, serving 88 million passengers annually. The busiest international flights to Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport come in from Cancún, Paris, Amsterdam, Toronto and Jamaica.
A massive facility, Atlanta Airport has two terminals that are separated by an atrium comprising a spacious seating area, numerous restaurants and shops, a bank, business centre, the MARTA train station and the Ground Transportation Center. Six concourse buildings provide boarding access for passengers.
Overall, Atlanta Airport is organised and efficient. However, it’s fairly easy to get lost if you’re a first-time visitor. Luckily there's an abundance of information desks and helpful staff. An Automated People Mover ensures that passengers travel between terminals and concourses with ease and efficiency.