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Avoid holiday hassles; park at Hartsfield-Jackson
By DeAllous Smith

Aviation officials are encouraging holiday travelers to consider on-site parking. Hartsfield-Jackson has more than 30,000 on-site parking spaces that are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in the hourly, economy, daily, Gold and Park-Ride lots.

Hartsfield-Jackson’s hourly lots, which provide easy access to Terminal North and Terminal South, are the most convenient choice for motorists who are dropping off or picking up passengers. Drivers can park for free for the first 15 minutes, after which the rate is only $1 per hour for the first two hours.

“Our parking facilities were designed to meet the needs of every passenger at Hartsfield-Jackson. In fact, our lots are the perfect choice for motorists who want convenient, close-in parking options with competitive services,” said Katie Stanciel, Airport parking manager.

For those heading out of town for the holidays, the 8,000-plus spaces in three on-site Park-Ride lots are an affordable option at $9 per day. The Airport has 58 shuttle buses that transport passengers directly from their vehicles to the main terminal building and vice versa.

“We also provide shuttle cart services in the economy parking lots,” Stanciel added.

Security courtesy officers monitor the parking facilities and assist customers from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

For real-time parking availability, rates and other information, choose “parking” from the “passenger information” drop-down menu on the home page of the Airport Web site. To speak with a customer service agent, call 1-877-ATL-PARK (285-7275).

Shuttles take customers from their cars in the Park-Ride lots to the terminal and vice versa.


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