boots00
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Connecting In ATL

Thu Dec 17, 2009 1:40 pm

I will be flying through Atlanta this Sunday. From past data, I have seen that I'll most likely have to transfer from Concourse "D" to "C". How long does this take, and how is it done (ex. underground walkway, train, etc.)?
 
PITingres
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RE: Connecting In ATL

Thu Dec 17, 2009 2:40 pm

Very simple. Head to the center of the concourse, take the escalator down to the train, take the train (or walk, the concourses are roughly 1000 feet apart), back up, walk to the gate. The train is going to be faster than walking. (Maybe not faster than running!)

I'd allow maybe 10-15 minutes, it doesn't take long. If your gates are not out at the extreme ends, and if you're in a serious hurry, you can probably make gate to gate in 5+ minutes.
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RE: Connecting In ATL

Thu Dec 17, 2009 11:54 pm

I have to agree with the above directions. Timing will depend on things like what gates your flights are operating from and how long you have to wait for the train. If you get fortunate with both, it could take you as little as 5 minutes gate-to-gate. Expect 10-15 minutes though. Either way, ATL is a fast and easy connection.
 
boots00
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RE: Connecting In ATL

Fri Dec 18, 2009 2:36 am

Thanks! Happy Holidays to both of you!

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