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  • Delta sky club at B 25
    Jul 18, 2012
    Packed with travelers. Service staff were excellent. As soon as one person left, their spot was cleaned up and ready for the next


  • D. Guess
    Jul 11, 2012
    Good southern style soul food. Easy to get a table. Fast, friendly service.


  • Best Chinese food place at the airport
    Jul 8, 2012


  • Poor Editing of ATL Directions
    Jul 8, 2012
    Would someone please edit the ATL Directions/Instructions. It is NOT "Plain Train", rather PLANE Train. How sad and embarassing. Next time, pay someone who knows how to use their brain and not spell check.


    Creating a new version of the Atlanta Airport contents after the addition of the new International Terminal took great effort and care, to make sure we give the reader a comprehensive guide. Indeed there are many references to the Plane train, only one of which was misspelled & not noticed - considering the volume of the new input, we are proud of our work - it is sad that you have nothing better to do - shame on you!


  • Terminals
    Jul 3, 2012
    Flying toronto to asheville via Atl. How to go from international terminal to domestic term


    At Toronto Airport make sure you go through U.S. Customs clearance. Also make sure (if using different airlines) that your first airline transfers to your connecting one. As arrival and departure depend on which airlines you take, I suggest you open, click on "Terminal Map" under QUICK LINKS, and scroll down to the text to get details. Your ticket & the overhead screens on arrival will indicate terminal and gate number.


  • Healthy and good
    Jun 27, 2012
    Best paninis anywhere!


  • Connecting flights
    Jun 25, 2012
    I am flying in from Delta airlines Terminal S, then departing at Delta connection (pinnacle DBA) at Terminal I. Can I make this in 30 minutes?


    According to my listing, Delta serves Concourses A through F and their corresponding gates (i.e., A1) Delta Connection /Pinnacle are domestic flights and would not be in Terminal I (the new international Maynard Jackson terminal). Gates A through D are domestic gates of the domestic terminal, divided into North & South terminals. All Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse. On arrival look at the overhead screen to find your flight number, gate & departure time, then follow signs to the Plane Train. No time to waste!


  • Best black bean burger
    Jun 22, 2012
    Great beer. Great burgers and wraps! Give it a try :)


  • Term S - Term I
    Jun 22, 2012
    Will 1 hour be enough connecting time to get from Term S (Delta Air) to Term I departing to SA on Delta - what airport transport can be used


    At ATL you arrive at the South Terminal. Delta uses Concourses A, , C & D there (Concourses have corresponding gates -i.e., A19). Look first on arrival at the overhead screen to find your connecting gate, then look for the "Plain Train sign" to Concourses E or F, which are part of the new International Maynard Jackson Terminal. The Plain Train runs in a continuous loop - you have enough time.


  • fastest way at the Atlanta Airport
    Jun 20, 2012
    please give the fastest way in the Atlanta Airport on July 1 arriving from Tampa on Air tran Flight #361 at 7:43 pm and departing from United Airlines 2969 at 8:40 pm Thanks


    At ATL, AirTran serves both Concourses C & D, and United serves both Concourses D & T. Concourse C (gates C30-57 at left; C22-C1 at right - escalator/ elevator/ take Plain Train to other Concourses in center); Concourse D (gates D21-37 at left; D16-1A at right - take escalator/ elevator to Plain Train; Concourse T: (gates T9-15 at left, T8-T1 at right - take esclator/ elevator to Plain Train to Concourses. Your ticket and on arrival the overhead screens will indicate flight number, gate and departure time. Just follow signs to the Plain Train.


  • Fav spot
    Jun 15, 2012
    Love the cafe!


  • ATL B26 TO F6
    Jun 15, 2012
    What is the quickest route?


    You arrive at domestic Concourse B and need to take the free underground Plain Train to international Concourse F. Just follow signs.


  • Atl- Gate B33 to Internation Terminal
    Jun 6, 2012
    How will I get from Gate B33 to the International Terminal in less than 45 minutes?????


    First of all note: Arriving at ATL from a domestic flight & transferring to an international flight - you can only transfer in the described way below if your original airline transfers bags to your departing airline's gate; if not, you need to pick up bags and take a shuttle bus to the new Maynard Jackson Terminal, where you need to check in your bags again. You arrive at Terminal 3, gate area 19-36 - between this gateway and gateway B17-B1 is the escalator/elevator down to the Plain Train, connecting all concourses and baggage claim areas: Look at your ticket and on arrival at overhead screens to find your connecting flight and gate number - it would be either at Concourse F or E. (F gates 14 to 1; E gate 11-1,26-37 & 14-18. 45 mins is enough time for transfer without baggage recheck.


  • Great!!
    May 12, 2013
    Good food, great atmosphere and easy to get a table. Food is fast, service friendly and has outlets to plug in your electronics. Can also browse books while eating! Love it!


    I would like to know what the ingredients of coffee are(basic type and availability, also pastry recipes for wrap on gourmet omelet sandwich. very good! thanks


  • ATL to Aruba
    May 29, 2012
    I will be arriving in ATL from Ft. Myers, FL, then on to Aruba via Delta. Is checked baggae still automatically transferred to the connecting flight to Aruba, or will I need to pick it up and then check it again at the International Terminal?


    At Ft. Myers Airport you need to find out if the airline you take to ATL will transfer to Delta connecting flight not all airlines do, in which case you would have to claim your bag and re-check it in with Delta before proceding to your connecting gate. On arrival at ATL, look at overhead screens to find your connecting flight, gate number & time. Read up on new terminal and transfer options by opening and click on "Terminal Map" under Quick Links - move screen down to start of description.


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