The international terminal has two security checkpoints for ticketed passengers.
The main security checkpoint on the departures level has eight checkpoint lanes. Passengers with boarding passes will use this checkpoint to reach gates on concourses F and E.
The second security checkpoint, which is on the arrivals level, has five checkpoint lanes. Passengers arriving at gates on Concourse F will use this security checkpoint to reach connecting domestic flights on concourses T, A, B, C and D.
Both security checkpoints are staffed and operated by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Immigration
The international terminal features a new U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration inspection station for passengers arriving in the United States at gates on Concourse F. The CBP inspection station on Concourse E will remain in service.
All passengers arriving at Concourse F will process through passport control and immigration on Concourse F, whether they are connecting to other flights or finishing their travel in Atlanta.
Passengers arriving at Concourse E who are connecting to other flights will process through passport control and immigration at Concourse E. Atlanta-bound passengers arriving at Concourse E will pass through a sterile corridor with moving walkways to the CBP area on Concourse F for processing and baggage claim.