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  • Time
    Mar 16, 2013
    1
    How much time does it take to get from the int'l terminal to the south terminal on the plane train

     

    At ATL, part of Domestic passenger terminal are the North & South terminals on opposite sides, with only check-in & baggage claim facilities. While Concourse T is attached to the Main Terminal, separate parallel-running buildings house the Concourses A - D with corresponding gates (i.e., gate A19). As you arrive at the International Terminal, you will need to go through passport clearance, pick up your bag, go through customs clearance & (if continuing your journey) re-check-in your bags. Thereafter follow signs to the 'Plane Train' serving all concourses in the center of their gate arrangements. Also, the Terminal Connector Shuttle located outside the Arrivals level takes you to the Domestic Terminal - a 12-minute ride.

     

  • Hi, I have to get from gate B4 to F12?
    Mar 15, 2013
    1
    How long will this take me?

     

    You arrive at Concourse B with gates B19-B36 at left, B18-B1 at right and the escalator/elevator to the Plane Train to Concourses in center; you get off the train at Concourse F (last stop), take elevator/escalator up to gates F12-14. Should not take more than 25 mins.

     

  • Terminal C to Terminal B
    Mar 13, 2013
    1
    Ariving at Terminal C 47 and need to get to B16. How long with this take. Do I walk or take the train?

     

    C gates are in Midfield Concourse C/D, while B gates are in Midfield Concourse A/B - different buildings with no walkway connections. You need to take the escalator to the underground 'Plane Train', stopping at the Concourse center. At Concourse C it stops between gates C30-C57 & C22-C1; at Concourse A follow signs to gates A18-A1. My estimate would be half an hour transfer time.

     

  • directions
    Mar 11, 2013
    1
    I will be flying on a Delta flight DL1872 and arrive at terminal A20 at 8:04am but need to get to C45 before 9:36am whats the quickest way to that terminal?

     

    Just take the plane train between concourses. 1:32 is plenty of time.

     

  • Meeting people from different flights
    Mar 5, 2013
    0
    We come in on AirTran, two others come in on two separate flights where should we all meet our ride. A good central place?

     

  • Time Terminal S (Delta) to TI/Customs
    Feb 26, 2013
    1
    We are a senior couple. Have 48 min to make it from TS (Delta) to TI (Delta). Do we have time, including customs, to make a Paris flight?

     

    You arrive at Domestic Terminal at either its Concourses A, B, C or D (which have corresponding gates, i.e. C30) and you need to get to the International Terminal, which has Concourses E & F. All Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse with escalator & elevator up to Concourse level. On arrival look at overhead screen to find your connecting flight & gate numbers. You should be able to make your connection in time.

     

  • TS to TI in 42 minutes?
    Feb 26, 2013
    1
    I have to get from the south domestic terminal (TS) to the international terminal (TI) in 42 minutes - what're the chances???

     

    At ATL, all Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse with escalator & elevator up to Concourse level. Transfer time is tight. For more information I suggest you open www.ifly.com/atl, then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text.

     

  • D35 to B9
    Feb 26, 2013
    1
    I have 40 minutes to get from D35 to B9 tomorrow. Will that be OK?

     

    On arrival at ATL at Concourse D, take the elevator or escalator down to the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse. At Concourse B, go up again and follow signs to gate B9 (B19-36 and B18-B1 are on opposite sides) Hurry!.

     

  • Terminal A to terminal B
    Feb 21, 2013
    1
    We arrive at Terminal A24 and depart 50 minutes later at Terminal B7. How far is that.

     

    They are adjacent concourses, one stop on the plane train. Should take about 10-15 minutes to go between them.

     

  • I need to get from international to sout
    Feb 20, 2013
    0
    I need to get from the internation terminal to the South Termal baggage clam #1, my uncle came into international took shuttle to South termal baggage claim

     

  • How far apart are terminals?
    Feb 19, 2013
    2
    My daughter will be flying alone for the first time and connecing in ATL. Her connections are from gates B20 to B10 and B24 to A9. Will she be able to walk to these terminals or does she have to get on a train? Also, approximately how long would it take to get to each terminal?

     

    A connection within B is an easy walk. Going from B to A is just one train stop on the Plane Train or you can walk through the tunnel between A and B. The within B should take 5-10 minutes. B to A would take 10-15.

     

    At ATL, or any other airport, you can only transfer from ONE gate to another gate. ATL's Domestic Terminal has Concourses T,A,B,C,&D. The free underground Plane Train (follow signs) connects all Concourses. Concourse A has gates A19-34 at left; A18-A1 at right & escalator/ elevator/ to Plane Train; Concourse B has gates B19-B36 at left, B18-B1 at right, with escalator/ elevator to Plane Train in center). Should not take more than 15 mins for transfer.

     

  • Distance between terminals
    Feb 18, 2013
    1
    I have 59 minutes to get from Terminal S to Terminal I to catch connection. Can you tell me if that is sufficient time and what is best route

     

    ATL's domestic terminal is divided on either side of the center by North & South domestic Terminals (TN & TS) - each with specific airlines: TN has AirTran, American, Frontier, Georgia Skies, Silver, Southwest, Spirit, United & US Airways; TS has Alaska & Delta. After security check you have access via Plane Train to all gates A through F - Gates E & F being the international gates for TI (International Terminal). No time to waste, but you should be able to make it in time. Your boarding pass should indicate connecting gate number (i.e., E10, F10).

     

  • ATL Connection Question
    Feb 15, 2013
    1
    I arrive at A27 and Board at D8. How long will it take to walk or should I get a tram? I have 1 hour between flights. Thanks

     

    At ATL, on arrival at Concourse A, you need to take the escalator/ elevator down to the Plane Train; At Concourse D you need to take the escalator/ elevator up to your gate - head for gates C16-D1. You have enough time.

     

  • Connection at ATL - TSA?
    Feb 11, 2013
    1
    I am scheduled to fly BWI-ATL then ATL-Narita (NRT) with a connection time of 1:05. The first leg arrives at the South Terminal and the next one to NRT is at the International Terminal. Is there sufficient time? Will the transfer require clearing through TSA inspection again? Thanks

     

    At ATL, all Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse (at post-security). You have enough time. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/atl, then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text.

     

  • help
    Feb 9, 2013
    1
    how far is gate d39 from t1

     

    At ATL, there is no T1 - you probably mean TI (the International Terminal Maynard Jackson, also referred to as IT - using Concourses E & F). D gates are in Concourse D (gates D21-D46 & D16-D1), which has in the center the Plane Train taking you to all other Concourses, domestic & international. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/atl, then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text.

     





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