ATL Airport Parking Map

Official Atlanta Airport Parking Map

About ATL Airport

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (also called ATL) is the busiest airport in the world, with tens of millions of passengers passing through its gates each year.

Atlanta Airport's passenger terminal complex is divided into two sections: the Domestic Terminal and the International Terminal.

The Domestic Terminal is on the airport's west side, while the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal is on the airport's east side. The exact location of each terminal may be found on the ATL Airport map above.

Hartsfield Jackson offers both long-term and short-term parking onsite. You can see where the lots are located on the ATL Airport map. There are several offsite ATL parking lots near the airport too.

ATL Airport Quick Facts
Airport Name Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Atlanta Airport Code (ATL)
Terminals 2 terminals, 7 concourses, 195 gates
Airport Address 6000 N Terminal Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30320
Distance from Downtown Atlanta 7 miles
Official Website
Contact Number (800) 897-1910
No Of Destinations 225 domestic and international destinations
No Of Flights Over 1000
Hub For Delta Airlines, ExpressJet
Flight Status: Departures and arrivals 
TSA Wait Times

Atlanta Airport terminals

ATL has two terminals: one on the west side of the airport for domestic flights and one on the east side for international flights. The domestic terminal is further divided into north and south terminals, with Delta occupying the south terminal and other airlines using the north terminal.

Flights arrive and depart at 192 gates distributed among seven concourses: T, A, B, C, D, E, and F. Passengers can travel between concourses by taking the Plane Train or the Transportation Mall (a pedestrian tunnel with moving walkways).

When flying internationally or domestically, you must check in at the appropriate terminal. If necessary, you can use the Plane Train or the shuttle bus, which departs from outside the terminals.

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Customs and Security at ATL

ATL, the world's busiest airport, is noted for its lengthy security and customs queues. This is despite the fact that it was the first airport to implement automated screening lanes.

On the day of your flight, check the airport's website, which is constantly updated, and set up an email alert if these wait times change so you can arrange your time appropriately.

To allow enough time to complete security, ATL suggests arriving at least 2 hours before your flight if traveling domestically and 3 hours if flying internationally.

ATL TSA PreCheck

TSA PreCheck, an expedited screening program in which ATL also participates, is available to all American citizens. Applicants must apply online, pay an $85 fee, and schedule a 10-minute interview at an enrollment center, which includes a background check and fingerprinting.

At ATL, there are three enrollment centers: the main checkpoint, the north domestic terminal, and the international terminal. If your application is approved, you will be assigned a Known Traveler Number.

Getting around Atlanta Airport

The ATL SkyTrain, an automated people mover, connects the rental car center, the Domestic Terminal, and the Gateway Facility of the Georgia International Convention Center. It's a ten-minute round ride with a 2.5-minute wait at the stops.

A four-lane highway spans Interstate 85 and connects the rental car center to the current airport road network.

The Terminal Connector Shuttle connects the Domestic terminal's ground transport hub to the international terminal (outside of Arrivals) in 15 minutes.

International arrivals at Concourses E or F have separate immigration and customs inspections. While passengers arriving at Concourse F will go through customs clearance (CBP) at this concourse regardless of whether they are connecting to other flights or not - Arrivals at Concourse E who need to connect to another flight will be processed right there, while Atlanta-bound travelers will pass through a sterile corridor with moving walkways leading to Concourse F's CBP.

How to get from the Atlanta international terminal to the domestic terminal

After clearing International Arrivals customs, follow signs to the 'Plane Train' serving all concourses in the center of respective gate arrangements. In addition, the Terminal Connector Shuttle, located outside the Arrivals level, delivers you to the Domestic Terminal in 12 minutes.

How to get from the ATL domestic terminal to the international terminal

If you have a single ticket, you can go to your connecting gate. If you arrive on two or more tickets issued by non-participating airlines, you must 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 must check-in your bag again, go through security, and on to your gates.

How to get to Atlanta Airport

Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International Airport is conveniently located near interstates 20, 75, 85, and 285. During normal traffic, you'll need to take around 20 minutes to reach the airport from downtown.

Driving directions to ATL Airport

From Downtown Atlanta

Take I-75/85 south to I-85 and continue to Domestic by following the signs.

From the west.

Take I-20 East to I-75/85 South and continue to Domestic by following the signs.

From the east

Take I-20 West to I-285 South if coming from the east. Then continue to Domestic by following the signs.

From the south

Take I-75 north to I-285 west if coming from the south. Continue to Domestic by following the signs.

How to Get to the International Terminal

  • The international terminal is separated from the domestic terminal by its own door. Exit 239 on Interstate 75 leads to the international terminal entrance.
  • Drivers can reach the international terminal via interstates 75, 85, and 285. Surface roadway signs have also been changed to point drivers to the site.
  • International Terminal Address: Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal 2600 Maynard H. Jackson Jr. Blvd. Atlanta, GA 30354
  • To get to the international terminal from downtown, take Exit 239 off I-75/85 South. Continue to International by following the signage.
  • To get to the international terminal from Macon, Take I-75 North from Macon to Exit 239 and then continue to International by following the signage.
  • To get to the international terminal from Augusta, Take I-20 West from Augusta to Exit 67 for I-285 South, then follow signs to International.
  • To get to the international terminal from Birmingham, Take I-20 East out of Birmingham and merge onto I-285 South, then follow signs to International.
  • To get to the international terminal from Montgomery, take I-85 North from Montgomery to Exit 68 for I-285 East. Continue following signs to International.

Ground transportation at Atlanta Airport

The Airport's above-ground rail station is served by the rapid transit system (MARTA) and is located in the ground transportation center of the Domestic Terminal, which also operates a frequent shuttle bus to/from the International Terminal.

More information about Atlanta Airport

  • Oversized vehicles can park in the ATL Select parking lot that is located at 1800 Sullivan Rd. College Park.
  • Parking for oversized vehicles costs $6/hour for the first four hours and $28/day.
  • There are offsite ATL parking lots that offer oversize parking for lower rates.

EV charging

EV charging stations can be found at the following parking lots:

  • North and South Domestic Terminal Daily lots
  • South Employee Lot
  • International Terminal Hourly Deck
  • International Terminal Park-Ride lot
  • ATL West Parking Deck
  • ATL Park Ride Select
  • Maintenance Building No. 1
  • ATL Technical Support Campus

Accessible parking

  • Passengers with disabilities can park in any of the airport's parking lots.
  • But they are urged to use the Airport Park-Ride service, which provides a convenient connection to the domestic terminal.
  • Passengers in their vehicles will be picked up by a complimentary, wheelchair-accessible shuttle bus and taken to curbside check-in.

Pet relief areas

Atlanta Airport provides seven indoor pet relief spaces and two outdoor playgrounds, one in the domestic terminal's ground transportation area and the other outside of arrivals near door A1 in the international terminal.

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Frequently asked questions

Does Atlanta Airport have a shuttle service?

Atlanta Airport shuttles frequently travel to and from Downtown, Midtown, and Buckhead. The shuttle service runs every 15 minutes and departs from ATL Airport terminals 3 through 10.

Can you walk between terminals at Atlanta airport?

You can walk, but it does take a bit of time.

Does Atlanta Airport have sleep pods?

Yes, Atlanta Airport has sleeping pods called Minute Suites. You'll find these on Concourse B.

What can you do on a long layover at Atlanta Airport?

There are plenty of things to do at and near Atlanta Airport. You can find more info on our blog on 7 Things to do on your Atlanta Airport layover

Which terminal is Delta at Atlanta airport?

Delta operates check-in and ticketing counters in both the domestic and international terminals at Atlanta International Airport. Delta flights operate from all concourses, with domestic flights departing and arriving from concourses A, B, C, D, and T, and international flights departing and arriving from concourses E and F.

Is Atlanta Airport easy to navigate?

Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) is one of the busiest airports in the world, handling over 100 million passengers annually. But the airport layout is straightforward and functional, making it easy to navigate, which is especially helpful given the airport's size.

How do you get between terminals in Atlanta Airport?

There are two terminals at ATL: the Domestic Terminal, also known as the Main Terminal, and the International Terminal. If you are flying from the International Terminal, you can go through security in the Domestic Terminal if you have a valid boarding pass and vice-versa. In addition, there are multiple options for traveling between the terminals and concourses- the airport shuttle service, the Plane Train, and the Transportation Mall.

How many terminals does Atlanta Airport have?

Atlanta's airport has two terminals. These are the Domestic Terminal and the International Terminal, with five concourses- A, B, C, D, & E. Of these, concourse F is in the International Terminal. In contrast, the Domestic Terminal is home to Concourse T.

Is the Atlanta Airport big?

The Atlanta airport is huge by modern standards. Atlanta has 4 parallel runways, each of which can be operated simultaneously.

Which terminal is Southwest in Atlanta?

Southwest Airlines uses Terminal N - Domestic (North) at Atlanta Airport.

ATL Airport important phone numbers

  • Guest Relations- (404) 530-7300/ (800) 897-1910
  • Customer Service Hotline - (404) 530-6725, then press 0
  • ATL Airport Shuttle- 770-801-8000
  • Atlanta International Airport Police Department - 404-530-6630

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