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Airports in & Around Atlanta, GA
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL, KATL) - is located about 10 miles south of the downtown Atlanta area. It is the world's busiest airport according to passenger traffic and aircraft traffic measurements, due in large part to its position as a major national and international hub. The airport's only fixed base operator (FBO), Atlantic Aviation, offers the standard amenities as well as a "snooze room," conference room, valet service, and complimentary shuttle service to the main terminal for connecting flights.
The Atlanta area is served by several smaller airports as well.
Fulton County Airport (FTY, KFTY), also referred to as Brown Field - is located just west of Atlanta, and handles much of the smaller aircraft which would otherwise operate out of Hartsfield-Jackson. This airport has two FBOs-Hill Aircraft and Signature Flight Support-and is also home to an on-field restaurant, the Flight Deck Café.
Falcon Field Airport (FFC, KFFC) is in Peachtree City - is about 25 miles southwest of the central business district of Atlanta. The airport hosts several aviation events each year, including the Great Georgia Air Show. There are no separate FBOs at Falcon Field, but the airport has its own FBO-type services, including basic FBO amenities, a conference room, rental cars, catering through local vendors, and complimentary refreshments.
Cobb County Airport (RYY, KRYY), also known as McCollum Field - is about 21 miles northwest of central Atlanta. There are two full-service FBOs on site, Northside Aviation and Preferred Jet Center. The Elevation Chop House and Skybar is a gourmet restaurant also found at McCollum Field.
DeKalb-Peachtree Airport (PDK, KPDK) - is only 8 miles from the center of downtown Atlanta. It is the second busiest airport in Georgia due to its status as a reliever airport for Hartsfield-Jackson. It has four FBOs-Atlantic Aviation, Epps Air Service, JetFueling, and Signature Flight Support-and two airport restaurants, The Downwind and the 57th Fighter Group Restaurant.
Cartersville Airport (VPC, KVPC) - On the far north side of Atlanta, and is located 3 miles southwest of the city of Cartersville, GA, and about 42 miles northwest of central Atlanta. Though a bit more remote than some of the other airports listed, it may better serve your visit if your business is further north. One FBO is located in Cartersville: Phoenix Air.
Gwinnett County Airport (LZU, KLZU), or Briscoe Field - is located about 2 miles northeast of Lawrenceville, GA, and 34 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta. It has two FBOs - Landmark Aviation and Aircraft Specialists Jet Center, which serve general aviation at this airport.
Lodgings & Accommodations in Atlanta, GA
Visitors have an endless list of options when it comes to lodgings in Atlanta. Some of the highest recommended luxury hotels include
The Hilton Atlanta Bed & Breakfast
The St. Regis Atlanta
Grand Hyatt Atlanta
The Mansion on Peachtree
Arts and Culture Sights of Atlanta, GA
Atlanta proudly welcomes visitors to enjoy the "city lights and southern nights" in one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Among the city's numerous attractions are:
The Georgia Aquarium
Six Flags over Georgia
Inside CNN Atlanta
The World of Coca-Cola
Visitors can get back to nature at:
Stone Mountain Park
The Fernbank Museum of Natural History
And for art and history, Atlanta offers:
The High Museum of Art
Performances by the Atlanta Orchestra and the Atlanta Opera
The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
The Jimmy Carter Library & Museum
Weather in Atlanta, GA
Atlanta has mild to warm summers with temperatures ranging through the 70s. The hottest month of the year, July, has an average maximum temperature of 89.4 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are moderate to cold with temperatures typically in the 40s, and the coldest month-January-has an average minimum temperature of 33.5 degrees. The city has an annual average precipitation of 52.22 inches, with March being the wettest month of the year, having an average rainfall of 5.8 inches.