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  • What public transportation goes from ATL to Statesboro GA?
    Sep 2, 2015
    I am flying from ROC NY to ATLANTA ATL in a week to see my bro in Statesboro (3 hr drive) is there any public transport/shuttle/train that will take me there so he doesn't have to drive 6 hrs to pick me up? At a reasonable cost of $$? THANKS!


    You could take the Greyhound bus to Savannah, that's an hour past Statesboro. There is no direct public transportation from Atlanta to Statesboro.


    Same question from Atlanta Airport to Augusta GA. Thank you!


  • Time for domestic luggage claim
    Jun 6, 2015
    I have 40 min to claim my luggage from my Southwest flight and catch a shuttle to Auburn. Is that enough time?


    It's possible, but depends on your flight being on-time or early and your bags coming out quickly. Things you can't really predict.


  • I only got 57 minutes from south terminal to International terminal.
    Mar 27, 2015
    Hi, I am flying from charlotte to Atlanta and then from Atlanta to Madrid. I arrive at South terminal at 18:20 and my flight to Madrid is at 19:17 at International Terminal. Is this enough time? Which would be the best way to reach to the international terminal? Thanks a lot in advance.


    You don't actually have to change terminals. You just have to take the Plane train from your arrival concourse to concourse E or F where you will depart. You have enough time.


  • foot issue
    Dec 29, 2013
    I am flying from Minneapolis to Belize. I arrive in Atlanta at 9 AM and have a 50 minute layover. I have an injured foot which makes fast moving difficult. Will wheelchair assistance get me to my Belize fight on time? Or am I better off hobbling along on a bad foot? All flights are on Delta


    Delta uses domestic Concourses T, A, B, C & D, and international Concourses E & F (with corresponding gates) - all served by the 'Plane Train', an underground train serving each concourse at its center. If you can manage to get to the escalator in the center of your arriving Concourse, all you need to do is ride down and board the train to your connecting Concourse; then take the escalator up and proceed to your departing gate. On arrival look at overhead screens to find your connecting flight & gate number.


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