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Atlanta's Airport Expected To Have 1.7 Million Travelers This Fourth Of July Weekend
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the world and is gearing up for an even busier Fourth of July weekend.
The airport is expecting 1.7 million travelers between June 30th and July 5th. According to AAA, 3.55 million Americans are will be flying during this time period. This is an increase of 1.5% from 2021.
Jan Lennon, Deputy General Manager of Operations says, “To ease passenger flow here at ATL, we are working diligently and have implemented solid plans to enhance customer service efficiency. The ATL team and our partners are ready to provide our visitors a best-in-class travel experience that continues to make our airport the busiest and more efficient in the world.”
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Tips for traveling through ATL during this Fourth of July Weekend
According to Atlanta airport officials, travelers should arrive two hours before domestic flights. If you’re traveling internationally, arrive three hours before your departure time.
Consider taking public transportation like MARTA or rideshare option to save time and avoid having to park.
Visit ATL.com for updates on security wait times, parking options, and shopping/dining information.
To keep up with live updates, follow @ATLAirport on Twitter.
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