Fourth of July travelers are used to seeing the red, white and blue of Old Glory while in transit to Independence Day celebrations around the nation. But in anticipation of record traffic on what many Americans have made into a four-day weekend, the world’s busiest airport in Atlanta gave flyers a chance to see a more diverse array of […]
A welcome guide distributed by the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau at a new airport visitors’ center is available in five languages: German, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Chinese.
Airports were central to a scheme that helped Atlanta businessmen collect hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue speculating in Iraqi dinars, federal investigators said.
Come back into the U.S. through Atlanta, and you’ll likely use a Canadian device to move more quickly through the customs line.
SITA, the global air transport information and communications company with its North American headquarters in Atlanta, released on May 28 a survey of passenger satisfaction from booking to bag collection at airports around the world.
Atlanta is known as a transportation hub, but there’s a dark side to having the world’s busiest airport and the confluence of interstates: With traffic comes trafficking.
Relocating overseas doesn’t have to mean living 10 time zones away. Instead, your new-home paradise could be in America’s backyard. These days, you can hop on a flight and be in paradise in no time. Ditto for visits home to see the grandkids or attend a friend’s wedding.
A new app that helps savvy international travelers bypass the customs line made its debut in Atlanta in August. Just a few months earlier, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport had installed passport kiosks to streamline the re-entry process, but the free Mobile Passport app cuts even more line time by allowing travelers to fill out questions about their trip on their smartphones […]
With a significant Irish community now, Atlanta seems to make sense as Irish pub chain Fado’s headquarters for the U.S. But it was actually a combination of Atlanta’s “non-Irishness” and its direct air links to the country that drew investors seeking to create a new brand in 1996.
In Singapore’s revamped Terminal 1, bronze teardrops numbering exactly 1,216 hang suspended from the ceiling.