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  • Distance between F12 to T7
    Dec 29, 2012
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    I have transition time of 1 hour. Please let know the distance between F12 to T7 for me to be able to take a decision to walk or take a train

     

    On arrival at ATL at the new International Terminal, Concourse F, will go through customs clearance (CBP) at this concourse. Thereafter, follow signs to the 'Plane Train' serving all concourses in the center of their gate arrangements. At Concourse T take escalator/elevator to gate area with gates T9-15 and T8-1 on either side.

     

  • Cigar Shop
    Dec 16, 2012
    0
    Is there a cigar shop in the Atlanta Airport?

     

  • Customs
    Dec 14, 2012
    1
    I am arriving from Paris at F4 at 8:35 and trying to make a connection to Raleigh at C7 at 9:45. I know this is tight, but maybe doable if I don't have to claim luggage for customs....is this still a policy? To collect your luggage and then recheck them for your connecting flight? Is there any chance I can make this? Also, this is the first time I have flown into F terminial. Do you take a train, or shuttle? I understand the shuttles are very small in capacity. Any tips of making this connection? Thanks for any help.

     

    You will arrive at ATL at the new international J.Maynard Terminal, where you will go through customs clearance procedure and follow signs to the 'Plane Train' serving all Concourses in the center of their gate arrangement. Board the Plane Train and get off at Concourse C, which is divided into gates D30-57 & C22-C1. ATL claimed that baggage re-checkin is no longer necessary. Hurry!

     

  • DL 110 in which terminal check in?
    Dec 12, 2012
    1
    I first take DL110 to LA, then MU586, which terminal I should in ATL? Thanks

     

    Your ticket and, on arrival at ATL, the overhead screen, will indicate your connecting flight number & gate. For more information about ATL and connections, I suggest you open www.ifly.com/ then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text.

     

  • will i make my flight
    Dec 4, 2012
    1
    landing in gate D6 and flying out of C21, will I be able to make my flight.

     

    On arrival at ATL, walk towards D16 and take the escalator down to the Plain Train (follow signs) which stops in the center of all of ATL's Concourses - at Concourse C it stops between gates C31 & C21.

     

  • Accuracy check!
    Dec 3, 2012
    0
    Incorrect. Starbucks in T5 just didnt exist

     

  • 1 hour layover - domestic south to inter
    Dec 2, 2012
    1
    I have 1 hour between SFO-Atlanta-Brasilia, Brazil and need to transfer from domestic South to International. Will I have enough time?

     

    Note that Atlanta's Domestic Concourses are T, A to D, with corresponding gates; The International Terminal uses Concourses E & F. At ATL, if arriving from a domestic flight & transferring to an international flight: (a) if arriving on a single ticket, you can proceed to your connecting gate by taking the underground Plane Train, stopping at the center of each Concourse. (b) if arriving on two tickets issued by non-participating airlines, you need to collect your bags and take them with you on the terminal connector shuttle located at the ground transport center; from there it takes 15 minutes to get to the International Terminal, where you have to check-in your bag again and then go through security and on to your gates. With baggage re-check you will have a very tight transfer schedule.

     

  • plane train or airtrain
    Nov 29, 2012
    1
    I have to transfer from Terminal S to Terminal I in one hour. I dont have to pick up my luggage because my flights are with delta. I want to know which is the fastest and easier way to go to terminal I from terminal S. Is it plane train or airtrain??

     

    At ATL, note that Delta uses Concourses A through F (separate buildings) with corresponding gates. (E & F gates are international gates). All Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse. Simply follow signs. You have enough time.

     

  • Quick lunch
    Nov 23, 2012
    0
    We had a 90 min layover

     

  • PDX to ATL, terminal transfer to ECP
    Nov 23, 2012
    1
    When flying Delta from PDX to ATL with a 38 minute transfer to ECP, is it possible to make the flight on time? Flights 728 to 2111.

     

    While Delta uses domestic Concourses A, B, & C with corresponding gates, the underground Plane Train stops on each Concourse at its center. You have enough time - simply follow the Plane Train signs.

     

  • Moving Walkway or Plane Train
    Nov 23, 2012
    1
    Which is the fastest way to go to catch a domestic connection flight (short layover) and where is the underground plane train located

     

    I suggest you open www.ifly.com/atl and click on "Terminal Map" under QUICK LINKS, then scroll down to the text. If you arrive at ATL on an international flight, pay attention to "International Arrivals" and transfers.

     

  • PTY-ATL-PHI
    Nov 21, 2012
    2
    I will be landing at ATL from PTY(Panama City) at 1:30 PM with Delta from the International Terminal and then will have a US Airways flight that departs at 2:50 PM from likely Terminal T(since all the non-Delta/non-Airtran-Southwest domestic airlines use Terminal T). Am I giving myself enough time and what can I do to help make sure every minute counts?

     

    On arrival at ATL, and after going through International Arrivals customs clearance procedure, 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. Note, however, that if Delta does not transfer your bags to US Airways (which are in Concourse D) - you would need to take your bags to the Domestic Terminal (taking instead the Terminal Connector Shuttle outside arrivals and taking 15 mins)and check them in at the US Airways counter, then take the Plane Train to Concourse D.

     

    On arrival at ATL, and after going through International Arrivals customs clearance procedure - usually taking 35-50 mins - follow signs to the 'Plane Train' serving all concourses in the center of their gate arrangements. Note, however, that if Delta does not transfer your bags to US Airways (which are in Concourse D) - you would need to take your bags to the Domestic Terminal - taking the Terminal Connector Shuttle located outside the Arrivals level to the Domestic Terminal (a 12-minute ride) and check them in at the US Airways counter, then take the Plane Train to Concourse D.

     

  • Atlanta interntl terminal to C gate?
    Nov 19, 2012
    1
    At Atlanta Hartfield, Is the new international F terminal connected to the C gates by train? If we check in for an international flight at F then how do we get to a flight on C?

     

    You cannot 'check in' at International Terminal and depart from Domestic Terminal. Presuming you arrive from an international flight at the International Terminal, & need to transfer to the Domestic Terminal: After debarkation, passengers walk the corridor towards the escalators taking them to the Arrivals level, where they go through customs & Immigration, then proceed to the baggage claim area which has 7 carousels. (a) Connecting passengers recheck-in their bags by proceeding to the transit area past baggage claim and turning left to baggage recheck counters, then follow signs to Concourse F Plane Train station or pedestrian walkway connecting to Concourse C of the Domestic terminal.

     

  • timeline
    Oct 27, 2012
    1
    I m flying to Brasil and my flight parture at 7 pm from Baltimore and arrive at 9.02 pm in south terminal. My conection to Brasil is 9.50 pm in Maynard Jackson Intl terminal. 50 min is possible to get a flight? How do I get this map? Thank you.

     

    1. Terminal layout at ATL: The Domestic Passenger Terminal at ATL houses the Ground Transportation Center, an Atrium, a Main Security Checkpoint leading to North & South Security checkpoints, and on either side of the Main Terminal the North & South Terminals; its Concourse T is attached to the Main terminal, with separate buildings for Concourses A through D, parallel to one another and arranged successively in distance from the main terminal. (Note that international Concourse E - the last of the five successive buildings - is now part of the new International Terminal.) 2. Connecting: All Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse. 3. Arriving from a domestic flight & transferring to an international flight: (a) if arriving on a single ticket, you can proceed to your connecting gate. (b) if arriving on two or more tickets issued by non-participating airlines, you need to collect your bags and take them with you on the terminal connector shuttle located at the ground transport center; from there it takes 15 minutes to get to the International Terminal, where you have to check-in your bag again and then go through security and on to your gates. - your time should be sufficient.

     

  • Connections
    Oct 20, 2012
    1
    Delta Flight from Minneapolis to Atlanta to Liberia Costa Rica. 50 Minutes connection time. Is that enough time. Do we have to go through security again or can we stay in security side and just go to gate and do we have to print off another boarding pass or will we get it printed off the first leg?

     

    Delta at ATL Airport uses Concourses A, B, C, D & E - with corresponding gates - look at your ticket and on arrival at overhead screens to find your departing flight number, gate & time. All concourses are onnected by the undergorund 'Plane Train' which stops at the center of each concourse - no need to go through security check. Presuming you have one ticket and one airline, 50 minutes will be plenty for transfer.

     





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