Atlanta is served by the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). It is the busiest in the world by passenger traffic, serving more than 94,000,000 travelers in 2013. The airport and its 7 terminals (A, B, C, D, E, F and T) are entirely accessible to the disabled and wheelchair users.
Each terminal offers wheelchair accessible, ADA-compliant restrooms. For travel between terminals, there are walking tunnels and a fully accessible plane train underground. Multiple elevators transit between the underground tunnels and terminal departures level. Each terminal is more than one mile in length, a distance that will present difficulty for those who have trouble walking. If you are unable to walk long distances, you should request wheelchair service at the airport.
For additional information on the accessibility of and the accommodations for disabled passengers at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, visit atlanta-airport.com.
If you will require wheelchair or other assistance at the airport, notify your airline directly before you travel.