You can find on this page the Atlanta airports map to print and to download in PDF. The Atlanta airport map presents terminals and gates of the international airport of Atlanta in Georgia - USA.
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the world (see Atlanta airport map). The massive airport in Georgia sees more than 100 million passengers a year, and employs more than 60,000 people.

Atlanta airports map

Map of Atlanta airports

The Atlanta airports map shows all the airports around Atlanta. This airports map of Atlanta will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave Atlanta in Georgia - USA. The Atlanta airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world busiest airport as measured by passenger traffic and aircraft traffic, offers air service to over 150 U.S. destinations and more than 80 international destinations in 52 countries, with over 2,700 arrivals and departures daily. Delta Air Lines and AirTran Airways maintain their largest hubs at the airport. Situated 10 miles (16 km) south of downtown, the airport covers most of the land inside a wedge formed by Interstate 75, Interstate 85, and Interstate 285 as you can see in Atlanta airports map. Since the late 1990s, this airport has led the world in the number of passengers served (92 million in 2011), and for the past decade, it has also been the airport with the most takeoffs and landings, at close to 900,000 annually.

Named after William B. Hartsfield and Maynard Jackson, 2 former Atlanta mayors, the airport is a substantial international hub, but most of the airport traffic is driven by domestic flights. Atlanta convenient location has made the airport a connection point from east to west, north to south. Delta Airlines, which operates close to 60% of the flights at Hartsfield-Jackson, has been instrumental in the airport growth, working with its SkyTeam partners such as Air France and Korean Air to connect international flights to Delta vast US network. This international expansion led to the opening of the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal in 2012, which comprises Concourse F as its shown in Atlanta airports map. As one can imagine, Atlanta airport is filled with shopping and dining options. The airport has been one of the US aviation hubs that have spearheaded destination-dining inside their terminals.

Atlanta airport has been organized into 7 nearly identical horizontal concourses and connected by an underground tunnel, which carries passengers via a moving walkway, or on a people-mover called the Plane Train as its mentioned in Atlanta airports map. Because of the airport size, sometimes travelers can spend up to 30 to 40 minutes transferring from one gate to another. Atlanta airport is located about 10 miles, or about 15 minutes from downtown Atlanta. There are a multitude of shuttle buses and taxis to get you back and forth. The most convenient option is the MARTA station located inside the main terminal, which connects to the city public train system. However, as Atlanta is a mostly driving city, Hartsfield-Jackson hosts a state-of-the-art car rental center, which opened in 2009, and houses 10 of the major car rental companies that serve the airport. With close to 10,000 parking spaces, the car rental center has a purpose-built roadway that connects it to all major highways.

Atlanta international airport map

Map of Atlanta airport gates

The map of Atlanta airport presents the main international airport of Atlanta. This international airport map of Atlanta will allow you to determine by which terminal and gate you will arrive or leave Atlanta in Georgia - USA. The airport Atlanta map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (IATA: ATL, ICAO: KATL, FAA LID: ATL), known locally as Atlanta Airport, Hartsfield Airport, and Hartsfield–Jackson, is located seven miles (11 km) south of the central business district of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It has been the world busiest airport by passenger traffic and number of landings and take-offs since 2005, serving 89 million passengers per year. The airport is a focus city for Southwest Airlines and is the primary hub of Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection partner ExpressJet; the Delta hub is the world largest airline hub as its shown in Atlanta international airport map. Delta Air Lines flew 59.01% of passengers from the airport in February 2011, AirTran flew 17.76%, and ExpressJet flew 13.86%. The airport has 199 domestic and international gates. The airport domestic terminal is served by MARTA Red/Gold rail line.

Hartsfield–Jackson held its ranking as the world busiest airport in 2011, both in terms of passengers and number of flights, by accommodating 92 million passengers (252,000 passengers daily) and 923,991 flights as you can see in Atlanta international airport map. Many of the nearly one million flights are domestic flights from within the United States, where Atlanta serves as a major hub for travel throughout the Southeastern United States. Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport has international service to North America, South America, Central America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. As an international gateway to the United States, Hartsfield–Jackson ranks seventh. Atlanta international airport is located mostly in unincorporated areas in Fulton and Clayton counties; the city limits of Atlanta, College Park, and Hapeville extend to the airport grounds.

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport has a terminal and concourse space totaling 6,800,000-square-foot (630,000 m2) as its mentioned in Atlanta international airport map. The airport has two terminals where passengers check-in and claim bags, the Domestic Terminal and the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal. The Domestic Terminal is located on the west side of the airport, and has facilities on both sides which are known as Terminal North and Terminal South. Seven parallel concourse buildings are used for passenger boarding. The first concourse is connected to the Domestic Terminal, and is known as Concourse T (for Terminal). The remaining six concourses are designated successively by distance from the terminal as Concourses A, B, C, D, E, and F. Concourse T, and Concourses A-D are used for domestic flights, while Concourses E and F are used for international flights. Concourse F is directly connected to the International Terminal, which includes Customs and Immigration services.