ATL Ground Transportation | iFlyer Forum

Got a tip about ATL airport? You've come to the right place for help on getting to, through, and between Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta airport. Share your experiences with others, or post a question and get notified when there is a response.

Topic Discussion

my daughter arrives in ATL domestic and - on a separate ticket - will fly out of the international terminal. What is the best way to collect her bag and get over to the international terminal? Shuttle? Where is shuttle? Re-enter security with international boarding pass and take plane train?
What airlines is she flying?
How do I get from the international terminal to the domestic terminal at the Atlanta Airport? Plane Train? Shuttle?
You have to be more specific. Are you arriving on an International flight? Connecting to a domestic flight? From Where? To where? Are both flights on Delta?
My husband and I are flying out on the same day and plan to travel in one car to the airport. He is flying domestic and I will fly international. If I park the car in domestic, can I get a shuttle to the nternational terminal?
Yes, you can. The shuttle leaves by the MARTA station.
We are flying into ATL from Seoul and arrive at 9:30 am. Approximately how much time should it take to get through immigration, pick up our luggage, grab a rental car, and drive to Auburn, Alabams? I need to set an appointment time to sign paperwork on an apartment but don't want to keep my exhausted kids waiting long if the appointment is set too late, or miss the appointment because it is set too early!
Can I move from domestic to international at ATL by shuttle?
What airlines are you flying and are your flights on the same reservation or two separate reservations? you may not have to take a shuttle.
hi, i am picking up someone from an international flight. can i park at the domestic airport and take a shuttle bus to the international airport? if so, how often do they run and is there a cost? can i also use the train to get there or is that just for passengers? TIA
Yes, you can do that and take the shuttle. It doesn't run that frequently but it is free. You can't take the train as it is inside security.
Thank you. Do you by chance know how often the shuttle runs?
Hi! I want to know if there's a shuttle service that can give me and my pet a ride to my hotel? I've been looking for some services but they keep telling me that animals can't be in their cars or vans. I will keep searching for one, if you know of something please let me know! Thanks.
Ok so I found this [url=https://shuttlewizard.com/atlanta-airport-shuttle-transportation]airport shuttle in atlanta[/url] and they accept my dog too! They were very kind and the prices are fine. Thanks guys!
Ok so I found this <a href=https://shuttlewizard.com/atlanta-airport-shuttle-transportation>airport shuttle in atlanta</a> and they accept my dog too! They were very kind and the prices are fine. Thanks guys!
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.
Hi, Is it still a very long walk from Terminal E to immigration in Terminal E?
The last three times this year, this has been very long! I know there is a buggy kind of pick up if you are very lucky - but is there any moving walkway planned yet? Thanks for any imput.
The train between terminals at ATL can get crowded but it runs frequently.