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FAA approves first-ever commercial drone operation in Class B airspace at Hartsfield-Jackson ATLNext projects require a lot of planning to get off the ground. The best way to do that planning at such a large scale is using digital models, so that every stakeholder has access to the same, accurate information and the passenger experience is minimally disrupted. The quickest and safest way to capture the existing site conditions at Hartsfield-Jackson is to fly a

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electric vehicle charging stations

EV chargers mark ATL's latest push to become one of the greenest airports in the world Hartsfield-Jackson leaders have officially unveiled 102 electric vehicle charging stations at the Airport as part of ATLNext. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, who directed the Airport to install at least 100 electric vehicle charging stations by the end of 2016, joined Airport representatives, sustainability leaders and Georgia Power executives at the unveiling on Thursday, January 12. The installation of these

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Roadway closures North Terminal

With holiday travel behind us, ATLNext construction is picking back up in 2017. Expect lane closures at the Domestic terminal entrances as work continues on the new canopies. North Terminal From January 3 to May 25, one outer lane in front of the North Terminal will be closed, as well as parts of the lower roadway bus lane and sidewalk. South Terminal From January 3 to May 25, one exterior lane will be closed at

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