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.
The 1,200-square-foot state center launched through a collaboration with the ACVB and the airport becomes the 12th operated by the Georgia Department of Economic Development statewide. It’s located at the top of the arrivals escalator in the domestic terminal and will be open in the evenings and at other convenient hours for the airport’s more than 100 million travelers. The staffed center will offer brochures, trip-planning assistance and other information about the state. It includes flat screens projecting large images of scenes from around the state.
“You almost feel like you’re in the city. It’s going to provide an immersive experience for our visitors,” said William Pate, president and CEO of the ACVB, during the opening.
The ACVB’s foreign-language guides are also offered in the international terminal…Read more.