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Airline Gate Locations at ATL

Sat Jan 20, 2018 6:54 pm

I have no idea if this specific question was asked or not. I had a thought about this for a while and wanted to know how many gates every commercial airline that comes into KATL are acquired? Of course Delta pretty much have most of the gates throughout the 7 concourses, and one question was answered about United having 3, but something told me that there were more gates. Anyways thank you for your answers and have a great day.
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Re: Airline Gate Locations at ATL

Sat Jan 20, 2018 9:40 pm

DL has T1-8, all of A and B, C30-C57?, D5-16, D22, D24, and D26-40? something like 69 gates T-A-B, 16 gates on C, and 32 gates on D. WN has C1-22 (18 gates total). AA has T9-12 and D21, D23, and D25 for 7 gates. UA has T13-17 for five interdependent gates (depends on A/C type). B6, F9, AS and everyone else domestically are in D1-4 (five gates as there is a D1A). E is almost all DL but is common-use, F is half common-use and half DL preferential with AC mostly occupying F14, AF/KL usually on F1 and F3, QR on F5, and BA/LH on F7 (TK will float around between F3 and F5 depending on the AF/KL schedule). VS usually uses F2 and F4.
 
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Re: Airline Gate Locations at ATL

Sat Jan 20, 2018 9:42 pm

KE is usually F5 I believe too.
 
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Re: Airline Gate Locations at ATL

Sun Jan 21, 2018 1:38 am

Thanks you all for the updates. Pretty cool information.
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Re: Airline Gate Locations at ATL

Sun Jan 21, 2018 1:50 am

adtall wrote:
DL has T1-8, all of A and B, C30-C57?, D5-16, D22, D24, and D26-40? something like 69 gates T-A-B, 16 gates on C, and 32 gates on D. WN has C1-22 (18 gates total). AA has T9-12 and D21, D23, and D25 for 7 gates. UA has T13-17 for five interdependent gates (depends on A/C type). B6, F9, AS and everyone else domestically are in D1-4 (five gates as there is a D1A). E is almost all DL but is common-use, F is half common-use and half DL preferential with AC mostly occupying F14, AF/KL usually on F1 and F3, QR on F5, and BA/LH on F7 (TK will float around between F3 and F5 depending on the AF/KL schedule). VS usually uses F2 and F4.


C goes to C52 on the even side and C55 on the odd, with numbers skipped here and there. D goes to D46 on the even side and D41 on the odd, again, with numbers skipped here and there (including D1A, D8A and D11A).
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Re: Airline Gate Locations at ATL

Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:11 am

What is the A380 gate on F numbered? Did the E gate change as a result of the F gate modification?
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Re: Airline Gate Locations at ATL

Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:22 am

N126DL wrote:
What is the A380 gate on F numbered? Did the E gate change as a result of the F gate modification?


F3, the A380 available gate is still located at E3
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