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For Domestic Terminal pickups, head to the lower Arrivals level from baggage claim, exit the airport, cross the pedestrian zone, then follow the Rideshare signs.
For International Terminal pickups, meet your driver at the outer curb.
For Domestic Terminal pickups, walk to the Rideshare Pickup zone, then request your ride. Please do not request beforehand, as your driver may have to pay for parking if they’re in the lot for more than 15 minutes.
Make sure you’re at the correct terminal and pickup point, and meet your driver. If you’re unable to find your driver, contact them through the contact options in the app.
Park-Ride Lots A and C
The cost of an Uber trip to (or from) ATL depends on factors that include the type of ride you request, the estimated length and duration of the trip, tolls, and current demand for rides.
You can see an estimate of the price before you request by entering your pickup spot and destination in Uber’s price estimator above. Then, when you request a ride you’ll see your actual price in the app based on real-time factors.
Pickup locations may depend on the type of ride you request and the size of the airport. Follow the instructions in the app about where to meet your driver. You can also look for signs that point to designated airport ridesharing zones. If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the world, with an average of 275,000 travelers passing through every day. Located only 10 miles (16 kilometers) from downtown Atlanta and inside a metro area the size of Massachusetts, it’s a stepping-off point for business and leisure travelers alike.
Hartsfield has 2 terminals: the Atlanta Airport Domestic Terminal and the International Terminal. The terminals are located at opposite ends of the airport, and between them are 7 concourses:
A number of ATL Airport lounges can be found across both terminals, including American Airlines Admirals Club, Delta Sky Club, and United Club. You can plan your trip using the information below.
In Terminal North, you can check in for these airlines:
In Terminal South, you can check in for Delta.
The International Terminal has 3 levels and is home to Gates F1 to F14 on Concourse F. The departures level connects directly with the hourly parking deck and the arrivals level. The International Terminal serves more than 75 destinations in 50 countries, hosting international airlines such as British Airways and KLM.
The more than 110 food and beverage options at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport range from international fast-food chains to high-end restaurants with table service. ATL Airport restaurants and other food options are located in the concourses and the atrium.
Atlanta’s airport has its own underground transportation, called the Plane Train, which connects all concourses with the Domestic and International terminals. These 4-car trains operating on a 3-mile-loop track (5 kilometers) run about every 2 minutes. On average, the trains carry more than 200,000 passengers per day. Passengers can also use the SkyTrain, which runs outside of the airport, connecting the Georgia International Convention Center with some of the leading airport hotels.
Hartsfield offers a variety of attractions, including an art program that exhibits in different areas of the airport. Some exhibits are permanent and some rotate. ATL hosts 4 annual concerts at the airport, in the atrium. For animal lovers, there’s a 1,000-square-foot dog park. If you have the chance to shop, Atlanta Airport shops range from newsstands to boutiques.
A dozen Atlanta Airport currency exchange spots are located in concourses A, B, D, E, and F, as well as the atrium.
Whether you have a layover or an overnight flight delay, or you need a place to stay for a visit near ATL, there are more than 60 Atlanta airport hotels and accommodations nearby.
Find more information about ATL here.