Construction to Impact Elevators on North Parking Deck

Elevators to close overnight; alternate transit available to deck’s top floors. To accommodate enabling work for two giant canopies that will extend from the North and South sides of the Domestic Terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), elevators in the North Parking Deck will close from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. starting Monday, May … Continue →

Overnight Lane Closures Expand to South Roadway

Closures will have little to no impact on ATL operations. As part of the ongoing ATLNext construction projects, preparation for the installation of canopies across the North and South roadways will require nightly closures of additional lanes of traffic beginning tonight, April 12. A portion of the South outer roadway will be closed shortly after … Continue →

Overnight Lane Closures Begin Tonight as ATLNext Construction Continues

Closures will have little to no impact on ATL traffic. As part of the ongoing ATLNext construction projects at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), preparation for the installation of canopies across the North and South roadways will require the overnight closure of additional lanes of traffic beginning tonight. A portion of the North outer roadway … Continue →

ATL’s Drone Flight Over Runway Advances ATLNext

Pioneering project to survey runway at Hartsfield-Jackson This morning, ATL hosted a drone flight over one of its runways as the first major U.S. airport to attain approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly in airfield space. The flight surveyed and documented runway pavement for future maintenance and ATLNext construction. The data captured in … Continue →

Gate expansion at Concourse F to accommodate A380, boost passenger satisfaction

ATL is making more room for the world’s largest passenger airliner. Gate F3/F3A is undergoing an expansion to accommodate the Airbus A380, a double-deck, wide-body airplane that can seat up to 600 passengers. This expansion will not only allow for an A380 on Concourse F, but it also will greatly shorten the walking distance to … Continue →

ATLNext Industry Day encourages diversity in business

ATL hosted its annual event to share with and gain from the business community on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, encouraging diversity and participation among contractors. Since the inception of ATLNext, Airport leaders established ATLNext Industry Day to educate contractors about business opportunities and the procurement process. The event, held 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at … Continue →

Transportation mall ceilings to undergo dramatic renovation

When traveling through ATL, have you noticed the gutted ceilings in the transportation mall between concourses? When you step off the Plane Train, you may find the visual a bit unsightly, but give us a little time and soon you will behold a newly renovated look. The Airside Modernization Project will revamp and modernize the … Continue →

First drone flights advance ATLNext construction

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 … Continue →

ATL Unveils 102 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

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. … Continue →

Update: Road Lane Closures through May

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

Planning for Holiday Travel

In anticipation of holiday passenger traffic, expect limited ATLNext construction activity during the next two weeks. Scaling back lane closures at the Domestic entrances as canopy construction continues From December 15 through January 2, one outer lane will be partially closed in front of both the North and South Terminals. Part of one lane will … Continue →

Pre-Security Starbucks is Back

Coffee and tea lovers: rejoice! A temporary Starbucks is now open to replace the atrium location that closed in September for ATLNext renovations at the main security checkpoint. These upgrades are making way for new Automated Screening Lanes (ASLs) that will boost efficiency and ultimately decrease security wait times. “Serving our customers is always the … Continue →