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When is DL going to resume ATL-PVG? I guess not soon because of the China quarantine requirements. They do a PVG turn out of ICN which ATL/DTW-ICN can connect to I guess.

- Deltran757
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Yesterday when I arrived at work. I saw two Aer Lingus A330s parked at the South Cargo ramp. A Air Canada 787 had just landed and waited until a parking spot was available due to South Cargo ramp being full around 6pm. That was cool to see all those different tails.

- Boeing757100
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According to this link, a new cargo carrier is in ATL!

https://simpleflying.com/cma-cgm-new-york-atlanta/

It's only a few months after Ethiopian started cargo service to ATL. Wonder who else might follow?

https://simpleflying.com/cma-cgm-new-york-atlanta/

It's only a few months after Ethiopian started cargo service to ATL. Wonder who else might follow?

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I had a long layover at ATL last Wednesday evening and ended up doing quite a bit of walking around. At the southern end of Concourse F there were 2 BA and 1 VS aircraft (I had also previously seen another BA A350 take off). Interestingly, the monitors at the gate still displayed info about the airline and departure time, and then at the bottom it said "CARGO."

mke717spotter wrote:I had a long layover at ATL last Wednesday evening and ended up doing quite a bit of walking around. At the southern end of Concourse F there were 2 BA and 1 VS aircraft (I had also previously seen another BA A350 take off). Interestingly, the monitors at the gate still displayed info about the airline and departure time, and then at the bottom it said "CARGO."

Right. BA has sent every kind of widebody they have to ATL as of late. Now the passenger flight BA225/6 is a 35K, and the cargo flights are a mix of 787-9/10 and 77W.

So has the north part of C still not reopened yet? Seems like the demand is there now.

On another note, it seems like a lot more flights are going out of E now. When I went to ATL in January 2020, every single concourse was busy except for E, which was a ghost town (around 3:30 pm).

On another note, it seems like a lot more flights are going out of E now. When I went to ATL in January 2020, every single concourse was busy except for E, which was a ghost town (around 3:30 pm).

maps4ltd wrote:So has the north part of C still not reopened yet? Seems like the demand is there now.

It was still closed as of 2.5 weeks ago when I was last there.

maps4ltd wrote:So has the north part of C still not reopened yet? Seems like the demand is there now.

On another note, it seems like a lot more flights are going out of E now. When I went to ATL in January 2020, every single concourse was busy except for E, which was a ghost town (around 3:30 pm).

C is scheduled to fully open 05-01-21

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https://simpleflying.com/guangzhou-worl ... t-airport/

Only just now has SF reported that CAN overtook ATL. I thought this already happened last year, didn't it? And anyways, it's likely only a temporary thing...

Only just now has SF reported that CAN overtook ATL. I thought this already happened last year, didn't it? And anyways, it's likely only a temporary thing...

maps4ltd wrote:So has the north part of C still not reopened yet? Seems like the demand is there now.

On another note, it seems like a lot more flights are going out of E now. When I went to ATL in January 2020, every single concourse was busy except for E, which was a ghost town (around 3:30 pm).

I have also noticed the increase of flights out of Concourse E. As far as I'm aware, B6 is operating all of their ATL flights out of E. F9, NK, and UA have a presence there as well.

What flights is UA operating out of Concourse E?

Oilman wrote:What flights is UA operating out of Concourse E?

UA flights departing from E are mostly early in the morning. They also use the concourse when T is too packed for daytime flights.

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https://youtu.be/L3t9n4B0PrQ

This person posted this video of BNA-PNS with a connection in Muscle Shoals on Boutique. Yes I know it’s not ATL, but Boutique also does ATL-MSL-PNS, think it would be interesting to try someday

This person posted this video of BNA-PNS with a connection in Muscle Shoals on Boutique. Yes I know it’s not ATL, but Boutique also does ATL-MSL-PNS, think it would be interesting to try someday

nwadeicer wrote:maps4ltd wrote:

On another note, it seems like a lot more flights are going out of E now. When I went to ATL in January 2020, every single concourse was busy except for E, which was a ghost town (around 3:30 pm).

C is scheduled to fully open 05-01-21

Just saw on DL's website that the Sky Club at C37 should open May 1 as well. Looks like you're right.

x1234 wrote:When is DL going to resume ATL-PVG? I guess not soon because of the China quarantine requirements. They do a PVG turn out of ICN which ATL/DTW-ICN can connect to I guess.

I'm not sure if the 350 has the legs to operate ATL-PVG.

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tjerome wrote:x1234 wrote:When is DL going to resume ATL-PVG? I guess not soon because of the China quarantine requirements. They do a PVG turn out of ICN which ATL/DTW-ICN can connect to I guess.

I'm not sure if the 350 has the legs to operate ATL-PVG.

If i remember correctly, the 350-900 has a range of 15,000km and ATL-PVG is 12,326km. If I'm wrong, then either they'll drop the route or continue to stop in ICN.

Is C North open yet? Haven't seen any flights going out.

maps4ltd wrote:Is C North open yet? Haven't seen any flights going out.

It is operational. Watching DL727 to ALB push out now. Only issue is there are hardly any restaurants open on C.

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Boeing757100 wrote:tjerome wrote:x1234 wrote:

I'm not sure if the 350 has the legs to operate ATL-PVG.

If i remember correctly, the 350-900 has a range of 15,000km and ATL-PVG is 12,326km. If I'm wrong, then either they'll drop the route or continue to stop in ICN.

The future of US-China routes is looking VERY shaky. Nothing specifically about ATL, but other than SFO, LAX, and NYC, I don’t know what will be back in the short term.

- PSU.DTW.SCE
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maps4ltd wrote:Is C North open yet? Haven't seen any flights going out.

I flew in/out of C North last week, its open and operational and when I was there Thursday it was busy as old times. Mostly 717 flights with a smattering of E75 and CR9.

C37 SkyClub was still closed as of Thursday.

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Do concourses D and E have their red paint removed or painted over repainted with a new color yet?

- Narfish641
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I wonder if Virgin Atlantic will ever have plans to bring the A350-1000 one day, it would surely bring a lot more passengers here in the Peach State plus a good sight to see the bird here (Post Pandemic-wise).

Narfish641 wrote:I wonder if Virgin Atlantic will ever have plans to bring the A350-1000 one day, it would surely bring a lot more passengers here in the Peach State plus a good sight to see the bird here (Post Pandemic-wise).

They actually are, in the summer from LHR they'll use the A35K.

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777Mech wrote:Only issue is there are hardly any restaurants open on C.

This seems to be a problem throughout the whole airport. I had a late-evening connection last night and still saw a lot of places that were closed. As a result most of the places that were open had super long lines (McDonald's in E being a prime example). Not sure if some of the restaurants close early or if they just haven't reopened at all yet.

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mke717spotter wrote:777Mech wrote:Only issue is there are hardly any restaurants open on C.

This seems to be a problem throughout the whole airport. I had a late-evening connection last night and still saw a lot of places that were closed. As a result most of the places that were open had super long lines (McDonald's in E being a prime example). Not sure if some of the restaurants close early or if they just haven't reopened at all yet.

What time were you in the concourse? 5pm local time? Because if it was dead middle of the night, then I'd understand why the shops are closed.

Boeing757100 wrote:mke717spotter wrote:777Mech wrote:Only issue is there are hardly any restaurants open on C.

This seems to be a problem throughout the whole airport. I had a late-evening connection last night and still saw a lot of places that were closed. As a result most of the places that were open had super long lines (McDonald's in E being a prime example). Not sure if some of the restaurants close early or if they just haven't reopened at all yet.

What time were you in the concourse? 5pm local time? Because if it was dead middle of the night, then I'd understand why the shops are closed.

It was dead at 1800. All of restaurants at the spine close at 1800, except for LeAnn Chins. That line at 1800 was all the way to the escalators. ATL has got to get the concessions nightmare in order.

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alohashirts wrote:Do concourses D and E have their red paint removed or painted over repainted with a new color yet?

No, though with Concourse D, I imagine that is tied to not receiving the "ATLNext" interior remodel.

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Boeing757100 wrote:What time were you in the concourse? 5pm local time? Because if it was dead middle of the night, then I'd understand why the shops are closed.

I arrived around 7 PM and had a long layover. I wanted to get Popeyes in B but it was closed so I settled for Wendy's.

Runway765 wrote:Back when Concourse E opened at ATL, from then until Concourse F and the International Terminal opened in 2012, one had to clear customs and recheck bags/re-clear security just to go to the main terminal to exit the airport. Why didn’t they just build the international terminal/eastern entrance at ATL from the get go in the mid-90s to avoid this? Was there not enough traffic to justify it?

In addition to what the other comment said, one should also remember that, before 9/11 it was not really a hassle to clear security. I do agree regarding the bag recheck, but it may have been optional if you didn't have prohibited items in your checked bags.

- PSU.DTW.SCE
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D and E still have the red panels on the exterior. Was sitting in the F Skyclub deck earlier tonight thinking that its nice to still see the red when looking across to E.

Regarding restaurants, concessions, this isn't just an ATL issue, its like this everywhere. Most airports only have a fraction of their restaurants an concessions open. Partially due to reduced volumes but really more or less because of the employment shortages that we are seeing hitting every industry.

When 50% are closed, the lines for the ones that are open are insane.

I've seen this happening at multiple hub airports - ATL, DTW, DEN, etc.

Regarding restaurants, concessions, this isn't just an ATL issue, its like this everywhere. Most airports only have a fraction of their restaurants an concessions open. Partially due to reduced volumes but really more or less because of the employment shortages that we are seeing hitting every industry.

When 50% are closed, the lines for the ones that are open are insane.

I've seen this happening at multiple hub airports - ATL, DTW, DEN, etc.

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I've heard that there were plans to build a G and H concourse for international flights and make E domestic. How big were G and H concourses supposed to be and are they still considering it or is it shelved?

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PSU.DTW.SCE wrote:D and E still have the red panels on the exterior. Was sitting in the F Skyclub deck earlier tonight thinking that its nice to still see the red when looking across to E.

Nice to know that! I thought the red dissappeared in like 2019 or something! Glad that we can take a few final glamour shots...

Boeing757100 wrote:I've heard that there were plans to build a G and H concourse for international flights and make E domestic. How big were G and H concourses supposed to be and are they still considering it or is it shelved?

I think they were pretty close in design to F (and maybe even connected. I'm not 100% on that). I'd sketch it out, but I'm at work and lack the ability. I will when I get home this evening if someone else doesn't beat me to it.

N776AU wrote:Boeing757100 wrote:I've heard that there were plans to build a G and H concourse for international flights and make E domestic. How big were G and H concourses supposed to be and are they still considering it or is it shelved?

I think they were pretty close in design to F (and maybe even connected. I'm not 100% on that). I'd sketch it out, but I'm at work and lack the ability. I will when I get home this evening if someone else doesn't beat me to it.

Proposed concourses G and H (and I) can be seen in ATL’s master plan:

https://www.atl.com/wp-content/uploads/ ... preads.pdf

Slide 8 of the PDF. G is connected to F. H and I are linear concourses, just a lot shorter than the other ones due to Delta Tech Ops taking up the north side.

Has ATL started the southside around the end of runway taxiway?

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Polot wrote:N776AU wrote:Boeing757100 wrote:

I think they were pretty close in design to F (and maybe even connected. I'm not 100% on that). I'd sketch it out, but I'm at work and lack the ability. I will when I get home this evening if someone else doesn't beat me to it.

Proposed concourses G and H (and I) can be seen in ATL’s master plan:

https://www.atl.com/wp-content/uploads/ ... preads.pdf

Slide 8 of the PDF. G is connected to F. H and I are linear concourses, just a lot shorter than the other ones due to Delta Tech Ops taking up the north side.

So, the master plan states that G-I could possibly used for both domestic and international. Also appears that there's another A380 capable gate on Concourse G. Except one question, is there really enough international demand to have 3 separate concourses that can cater to int'l travel? Else, why would there be domestic flights if they free up the ENTIRE concourse E? I think other than maybe Latam, no other international airline is really going to come to ATL. Possibly Delta adds in the future?

Here are the number of passengers, number of seats, and load factors for WN flights out of ATL in May 2021:

ATL-AUS - 8055 passengers, 9216 seats, 87.40% load factor

ATL-BNA - 18018 passengers, 24700 seats, 72.95% load factor

ATL-BWI - 31288 passengers, 34915 seats, 89.61% load factor

ATL-CLE - 9537 passengers, 10558 seats, 90.33% load factor

ATL-CMH - 14348 passengers, 18135 seats, 79.12% load factor

ATL-DAL - 32824 passengers, 38499 seats, 85.26% load factor

ATL-DCA - 12782 passengers, 16302 seats, 78.41% load factor

ATL-DEN - 30078 passengers, 35853 seats, 83.89% load factor

ATL-ECP - 5384 passengers, 10588 seats, 50.85% load factor

ATL-FLL - 22830 passengers, 28100 seats, 81.25% load factor

ATL-GSP - 11613 passengers, 17988 seats, 64.56% load factor

ATL-HOU - 34499 passengers, 39911 seats, 86.44% load factor

ATL-IAD - 7846 passengers, 14332 seats, 54.74% load factor

ATL-IND - 13554 passengers, 16622 seats, 81.54% load factor

ATL-JAX - 14537 passengers, 16530 seats, 87.94% load factor

ATL-LAS - 18170 passengers, 20057 seats, 90.59% load factor

ATL-LGA - 24982 passengers, 27061 seats, 92.32% load factor

ATL-LIT - 6950 passengers, 9666 seats, 71.90% load factor

ATL-MCI - 12605 passengers, 14389 seats, 87.60% load factor

ATL-MCO - 34327 passengers, 40295 seats, 85.19% load factor

ATL-MDW - 40344 passengers, 45034 seats, 89.59% load factor

ATL-MEM - 13951 passengers, 16705 seats, 83.51% load factor

ATL-MIA - 13312 passengers, 17732 seats, 75.07% load factor

ATL-MKE - 6166 passengers, 9378 seats, 65.75% load factor

ATL-MSY - 16283 passengers, 18088 seats, 90.02% load factor

ATL-OAK - 5398 passengers, 5899 seats, 91.51% load factor

ATL-OKC - 11342 passengers, 13414 seats, 84.55% load factor

ATL-OMA - 12787 passengers, 16338 seats, 78.27% load factor

ATL-PBI - 6517 passengers, 9698 seats, 67.20% load factor

ATL-PHL - 15456 passengers, 17362 seats, 89.02% load factor

ATL-PHX - 15378 passengers, 17283 seats, 88.98% load factor

ATL-PIT - 7695 passengers, 9634 seats, 79.87% load factor

ATL-PNS - 5911 passengers, 9169 seats, 64.47% load factor

ATL-RDU - 16006 passengers, 18429 seats, 86.85% load factor

ATL-RIC - 16260 passengers, 20740 seats, 78.40% load factor

ATL-RSW - 12634 passengers, 17772 seats, 71.09% load factor

ATL-SAN - 5296 passengers, 5882 seats, 90.04% load factor

ATL-SAT - 7667 passengers, 9122 seats, 84.05% load factor

ATL-SDF - 12990 passengers, 17356 seats, 74.84% load factor

ATL-SRQ - 6302 passengers, 8866 seats, 71.08% load factor

ATL-STL - 20752 passengers, 24168 seats, 85.87% load factor

ATL-TPA - 29950 passengers, 37435 seats, 80.01% load factor

ATL-AUS - 8055 passengers, 9216 seats, 87.40% load factor

ATL-BNA - 18018 passengers, 24700 seats, 72.95% load factor

ATL-BWI - 31288 passengers, 34915 seats, 89.61% load factor

ATL-CLE - 9537 passengers, 10558 seats, 90.33% load factor

ATL-CMH - 14348 passengers, 18135 seats, 79.12% load factor

ATL-DAL - 32824 passengers, 38499 seats, 85.26% load factor

ATL-DCA - 12782 passengers, 16302 seats, 78.41% load factor

ATL-DEN - 30078 passengers, 35853 seats, 83.89% load factor

ATL-ECP - 5384 passengers, 10588 seats, 50.85% load factor

ATL-FLL - 22830 passengers, 28100 seats, 81.25% load factor

ATL-GSP - 11613 passengers, 17988 seats, 64.56% load factor

ATL-HOU - 34499 passengers, 39911 seats, 86.44% load factor

ATL-IAD - 7846 passengers, 14332 seats, 54.74% load factor

ATL-IND - 13554 passengers, 16622 seats, 81.54% load factor

ATL-JAX - 14537 passengers, 16530 seats, 87.94% load factor

ATL-LAS - 18170 passengers, 20057 seats, 90.59% load factor

ATL-LGA - 24982 passengers, 27061 seats, 92.32% load factor

ATL-LIT - 6950 passengers, 9666 seats, 71.90% load factor

ATL-MCI - 12605 passengers, 14389 seats, 87.60% load factor

ATL-MCO - 34327 passengers, 40295 seats, 85.19% load factor

ATL-MDW - 40344 passengers, 45034 seats, 89.59% load factor

ATL-MEM - 13951 passengers, 16705 seats, 83.51% load factor

ATL-MIA - 13312 passengers, 17732 seats, 75.07% load factor

ATL-MKE - 6166 passengers, 9378 seats, 65.75% load factor

ATL-MSY - 16283 passengers, 18088 seats, 90.02% load factor

ATL-OAK - 5398 passengers, 5899 seats, 91.51% load factor

ATL-OKC - 11342 passengers, 13414 seats, 84.55% load factor

ATL-OMA - 12787 passengers, 16338 seats, 78.27% load factor

ATL-PBI - 6517 passengers, 9698 seats, 67.20% load factor

ATL-PHL - 15456 passengers, 17362 seats, 89.02% load factor

ATL-PHX - 15378 passengers, 17283 seats, 88.98% load factor

ATL-PIT - 7695 passengers, 9634 seats, 79.87% load factor

ATL-PNS - 5911 passengers, 9169 seats, 64.47% load factor

ATL-RDU - 16006 passengers, 18429 seats, 86.85% load factor

ATL-RIC - 16260 passengers, 20740 seats, 78.40% load factor

ATL-RSW - 12634 passengers, 17772 seats, 71.09% load factor

ATL-SAN - 5296 passengers, 5882 seats, 90.04% load factor

ATL-SAT - 7667 passengers, 9122 seats, 84.05% load factor

ATL-SDF - 12990 passengers, 17356 seats, 74.84% load factor

ATL-SRQ - 6302 passengers, 8866 seats, 71.08% load factor

ATL-STL - 20752 passengers, 24168 seats, 85.87% load factor

ATL-TPA - 29950 passengers, 37435 seats, 80.01% load factor

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The Sheraton hotel that sat on the land to be used for the sixth runway was demolished today (Sunday, 9/5/21):

https://www.ajc.com/news/atlanta-airpor ... T4MWGUXRY/

https://www.ajc.com/news/atlanta-airpor ... T4MWGUXRY/

I'm noticing that Gate D2 (a NK gate) is currently not in use according to ATL's flight status website. It also shows that NK now has more flights out of Concourse E than it does out of Concourse D. Is NK planning to move its entire ATL operation to Concourse E, or does the strange Gate D2 shutdown mean something else?

Here are the number of passengers, number of seats, and load factors for WN flights out of ATL in June 2021:

ATL-AUS - 13666 passengers, 15719 seats, 86.94% load factor

ATL-BNA - 18359 passengers, 22446 seats, 81.79% load factor

ATL-BWI - 30895 passengers, 34364 seats, 89.91% load factor

ATL-CLE - 7615 passengers, 8616 seats, 88.38% load factor

ATL-CMH - 11750 passengers, 14063 seats, 83.55% load factor

ATL-DAL - 33552 passengers, 39028 seats, 85.97% load factor

ATL-DCA - 13074 passengers, 14729 seats, 88.76% load factor

ATL-DEN - 29953 passengers, 34295 seats, 87.34% load factor

ATL-ECP - 4971 passengers, 8804 seats, 56.46% load factor

ATL-FLL - 25273 passengers, 28661 seats, 88.18% load factor

ATL-GSP - 12572 passengers, 17883 seats, 70.30% load factor

ATL-HOU - 35224 passengers, 39800 seats, 88.50% load factor

ATL-IAD - 8250 passengers, 10524 seats, 78.39% load factor

ATL-IND - 14201 passengers, 17296 seats, 82.11% load factor

ATL-JAN - 8822 passengers, 18799 seats, 46.93% load factor

ATL-JAX - 13070 passengers, 14639 seats, 89.28% load factor

ATL-LAS - 19719 passengers, 21737 seats, 90.72% load factor

ATL-LGA - 21098 passengers, 22993 seats, 91.76% load factor

ATL-LIT - 7535 passengers, 8821 seats, 85.42% load factor

ATL-MCI - 14495 passengers, 16242 seats, 89.24% load factor

ATL-MCO - 36415 passengers, 41857 seats, 87.00% load factor

ATL-MDW - 38839 passengers, 44394 seats, 87.49% load factor

ATL-MEM - 13068 passengers, 15747 seats, 82.99% load factor

ATL-MIA - 13879 passengers, 17245 seats, 80.48% load factor

ATL-MKE - 7093 passengers, 8740 seats, 81.16% load factor

ATL-MSY - 18038 passengers, 20775 seats, 86.83% load factor

ATL-MYR - 4877 passengers, 7135 seats, 68.35% load factor

ATL-OAK - 1461 passengers, 1590 seats, 91.89% load factor

ATL-OKC - 8280 passengers, 9598 seats, 86.27% load factor

ATL-OMA - 14097 passengers, 18310 seats, 76.99% load factor

ATL-PBI - 7157 passengers, 8964 seats, 79.84% load factor

ATL-PHL - 13791 passengers, 16133 seats, 85.48% load factor

ATL-PHX - 16768 passengers, 18395 seats, 91.16% load factor

ATL-PIT - 7622 passengers, 8998 seats, 84.71% load factor

ATL-PNS - 5926 passengers, 8469 seats, 69.97% load factor

ATL-RDU - 15531 passengers, 18019 seats, 86.19% load factor

ATL-RIC - 15146 passengers, 18425 seats, 82.20% load factor

ATL-RSW - 12709 passengers, 16630 seats, 76.42% load factor

ATL-SAN - 8646 passengers, 9636 seats, 89.73% load factor

ATL-SAT - 9242 passengers, 10236 seats, 90.29% load factor

ATL-SDF - 7915 passengers, 10253 seats, 77.20% load factor

ATL-SRQ - 6621 passengers, 8804 seats, 75.20% load factor

ATL-STL - 18261 passengers, 21035 seats, 86.81% load factor

ATL-TPA - 30203 passengers, 35314 seats, 85.53% load factor

ATL-AUS - 13666 passengers, 15719 seats, 86.94% load factor

ATL-BNA - 18359 passengers, 22446 seats, 81.79% load factor

ATL-BWI - 30895 passengers, 34364 seats, 89.91% load factor

ATL-CLE - 7615 passengers, 8616 seats, 88.38% load factor

ATL-CMH - 11750 passengers, 14063 seats, 83.55% load factor

ATL-DAL - 33552 passengers, 39028 seats, 85.97% load factor

ATL-DCA - 13074 passengers, 14729 seats, 88.76% load factor

ATL-DEN - 29953 passengers, 34295 seats, 87.34% load factor

ATL-ECP - 4971 passengers, 8804 seats, 56.46% load factor

ATL-FLL - 25273 passengers, 28661 seats, 88.18% load factor

ATL-GSP - 12572 passengers, 17883 seats, 70.30% load factor

ATL-HOU - 35224 passengers, 39800 seats, 88.50% load factor

ATL-IAD - 8250 passengers, 10524 seats, 78.39% load factor

ATL-IND - 14201 passengers, 17296 seats, 82.11% load factor

ATL-JAN - 8822 passengers, 18799 seats, 46.93% load factor

ATL-JAX - 13070 passengers, 14639 seats, 89.28% load factor

ATL-LAS - 19719 passengers, 21737 seats, 90.72% load factor

ATL-LGA - 21098 passengers, 22993 seats, 91.76% load factor

ATL-LIT - 7535 passengers, 8821 seats, 85.42% load factor

ATL-MCI - 14495 passengers, 16242 seats, 89.24% load factor

ATL-MCO - 36415 passengers, 41857 seats, 87.00% load factor

ATL-MDW - 38839 passengers, 44394 seats, 87.49% load factor

ATL-MEM - 13068 passengers, 15747 seats, 82.99% load factor

ATL-MIA - 13879 passengers, 17245 seats, 80.48% load factor

ATL-MKE - 7093 passengers, 8740 seats, 81.16% load factor

ATL-MSY - 18038 passengers, 20775 seats, 86.83% load factor

ATL-MYR - 4877 passengers, 7135 seats, 68.35% load factor

ATL-OAK - 1461 passengers, 1590 seats, 91.89% load factor

ATL-OKC - 8280 passengers, 9598 seats, 86.27% load factor

ATL-OMA - 14097 passengers, 18310 seats, 76.99% load factor

ATL-PBI - 7157 passengers, 8964 seats, 79.84% load factor

ATL-PHL - 13791 passengers, 16133 seats, 85.48% load factor

ATL-PHX - 16768 passengers, 18395 seats, 91.16% load factor

ATL-PIT - 7622 passengers, 8998 seats, 84.71% load factor

ATL-PNS - 5926 passengers, 8469 seats, 69.97% load factor

ATL-RDU - 15531 passengers, 18019 seats, 86.19% load factor

ATL-RIC - 15146 passengers, 18425 seats, 82.20% load factor

ATL-RSW - 12709 passengers, 16630 seats, 76.42% load factor

ATL-SAN - 8646 passengers, 9636 seats, 89.73% load factor

ATL-SAT - 9242 passengers, 10236 seats, 90.29% load factor

ATL-SDF - 7915 passengers, 10253 seats, 77.20% load factor

ATL-SRQ - 6621 passengers, 8804 seats, 75.20% load factor

ATL-STL - 18261 passengers, 21035 seats, 86.81% load factor

ATL-TPA - 30203 passengers, 35314 seats, 85.53% load factor

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jplatts wrote:Here are the number of passengers, number of seats, and load factors for WN flights out of ATL in June 2021:

ATL-AUS - 13666 passengers, 15719 seats, 86.94% load factor

ATL-BNA - 18359 passengers, 22446 seats, 81.79% load factor

ATL-BWI - 30895 passengers, 34364 seats, 89.91% load factor

ATL-CLE - 7615 passengers, 8616 seats, 88.38% load factor

ATL-CMH - 11750 passengers, 14063 seats, 83.55% load factor

ATL-DAL - 33552 passengers, 39028 seats, 85.97% load factor

ATL-DCA - 13074 passengers, 14729 seats, 88.76% load factor

ATL-DEN - 29953 passengers, 34295 seats, 87.34% load factor

ATL-ECP - 4971 passengers, 8804 seats, 56.46% load factor

ATL-FLL - 25273 passengers, 28661 seats, 88.18% load factor

ATL-GSP - 12572 passengers, 17883 seats, 70.30% load factor

ATL-HOU - 35224 passengers, 39800 seats, 88.50% load factor

ATL-IAD - 8250 passengers, 10524 seats, 78.39% load factor

ATL-IND - 14201 passengers, 17296 seats, 82.11% load factor

ATL-JAN - 8822 passengers, 18799 seats, 46.93% load factor

ATL-JAX - 13070 passengers, 14639 seats, 89.28% load factor

ATL-LAS - 19719 passengers, 21737 seats, 90.72% load factor

ATL-LGA - 21098 passengers, 22993 seats, 91.76% load factor

ATL-LIT - 7535 passengers, 8821 seats, 85.42% load factor

ATL-MCI - 14495 passengers, 16242 seats, 89.24% load factor

ATL-MCO - 36415 passengers, 41857 seats, 87.00% load factor

ATL-MDW - 38839 passengers, 44394 seats, 87.49% load factor

ATL-MEM - 13068 passengers, 15747 seats, 82.99% load factor

ATL-MIA - 13879 passengers, 17245 seats, 80.48% load factor

ATL-MKE - 7093 passengers, 8740 seats, 81.16% load factor

ATL-MSY - 18038 passengers, 20775 seats, 86.83% load factor

ATL-MYR - 4877 passengers, 7135 seats, 68.35% load factor

ATL-OAK - 1461 passengers, 1590 seats, 91.89% load factor

ATL-OKC - 8280 passengers, 9598 seats, 86.27% load factor

ATL-OMA - 14097 passengers, 18310 seats, 76.99% load factor

ATL-PBI - 7157 passengers, 8964 seats, 79.84% load factor

ATL-PHL - 13791 passengers, 16133 seats, 85.48% load factor

ATL-PHX - 16768 passengers, 18395 seats, 91.16% load factor

ATL-PIT - 7622 passengers, 8998 seats, 84.71% load factor

ATL-PNS - 5926 passengers, 8469 seats, 69.97% load factor

ATL-RDU - 15531 passengers, 18019 seats, 86.19% load factor

ATL-RIC - 15146 passengers, 18425 seats, 82.20% load factor

ATL-RSW - 12709 passengers, 16630 seats, 76.42% load factor

ATL-SAN - 8646 passengers, 9636 seats, 89.73% load factor

ATL-SAT - 9242 passengers, 10236 seats, 90.29% load factor

ATL-SDF - 7915 passengers, 10253 seats, 77.20% load factor

ATL-SRQ - 6621 passengers, 8804 seats, 75.20% load factor

ATL-STL - 18261 passengers, 21035 seats, 86.81% load factor

ATL-TPA - 30203 passengers, 35314 seats, 85.53% load factor

Thank you for posting, I’ve really being using the new ATL to MYR flight. So glad that it is not seasonal, and gives me another choice besides Delta and American in the winter.

- Boeing757100
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ewE8Ti7UW4

According to the latest video by our favorite Mr. Matt Cochran, the Sheraton is finally gone forever. :'( Rest in peace

And the replies on the video speculating of what airlines they want to come to ATL (after the Copa announcement) had me kind of thinking "Well, that's not going to happen..."

According to the latest video by our favorite Mr. Matt Cochran, the Sheraton is finally gone forever. :'( Rest in peace

And the replies on the video speculating of what airlines they want to come to ATL (after the Copa announcement) had me kind of thinking "Well, that's not going to happen..."

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Would like to see LATAM in Atlanta to help delta out since they have a JV in the works

Boeing757100 wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ewE8Ti7UW4

According to the latest video by our favorite Mr. Matt Cochran, the Sheraton is finally gone forever. :'( Rest in peace

And the replies on the video speculating of what airlines they want to come to ATL (after the Copa announcement) had me kind of thinking "Well, that's not going to happen..."

Would like to see LATAM in Atlanta to help delta out since they have a JV in the works

- Boeing757100
**Posts:**750**Joined:**

Delta28L wrote:[photoid][/photoid]Boeing757100 wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ewE8Ti7UW4

According to the latest video by our favorite Mr. Matt Cochran, the Sheraton is finally gone forever. :'( Rest in peace

And the replies on the video speculating of what airlines they want to come to ATL (after the Copa announcement) had me kind of thinking "Well, that's not going to happen..."

Would like to see LATAM in Atlanta to help delta out since they have a JV in the works

Latam at least makes some sense because of the investment, but from the guesses that people wanted Singapore, Qantas, Etihad, South African, and Swiss to come to ATL? That's what I think was kind of ludicrous.

Here are the number of passengers, number of seats, and load factors for WN flights out of ATL in July 2021:

ATL-AUS - 15073 passengers, 17038 seats, 88.47% load factor

ATL-BNA - 21113 passengers, 25626 seats, 82.39% load factor

ATL-BWI - 33055 passengers, 36432 seats, 90.73% load factor

ATL-CLE - 7207 passengers, 7884 seats, 91.41% load factor

ATL-CMH - 11243 passengers, 12569 seats, 89.45% load factor

ATL-DAL - 36028 passengers, 41126 seats, 87.60% load factor

ATL-DCA - 13927 passengers, 15301 seats, 91.02% load factor

ATL-DEN - 32205 passengers, 34882 seats, 92.33% load factor

ATL-ECP - 4954 passengers, 8898 seats, 55.68% load factor

ATL-FLL - 27125 passengers, 29999 seats, 90.42% load factor

ATL-GSP - 12957 passengers, 19680 seats, 65.84% load factor

ATL-HOU - 37614 passengers, 41454 seats, 90.74% load factor

ATL-IAD - 8823 passengers, 9826 seats, 89.79% load factor

ATL-IND - 14962 passengers, 17663 seats, 84.71% load factor

ATL-JAN - 13114 passengers, 24154 seats, 54.29% load factor

ATL-JAX - 12800 passengers, 14718 seats, 86.97% load factor

ATL-LAS - 19539 passengers, 21259 seats, 91.91% load factor

ATL-LGA - 21568 passengers, 23072 seats, 93.48% load factor

ATL-LIT - 7829 passengers, 8994 seats, 87.05% load factor

ATL-MCI - 15201 passengers, 16908 seats, 89.90% load factor

ATL-MCO - 37275 passengers, 41494 seats, 89.83% load factor

ATL-MDW - 42520 passengers, 46505 seats, 91.43% load factor

ATL-MEM - 13467 passengers, 16302 seats, 82.61% load factor

ATL-MIA - 15326 passengers, 18312 seats, 83.69% load factor

ATL-MKE - 7532 passengers, 8580 seats, 87.79% load factor

ATL-MSY - 19052 passengers, 21458 seats, 88.79% load factor

ATL-MYR - 6151 passengers, 8740 seats, 70.38% load factor

ATL-OKC - 7962 passengers, 9026 seats, 88.21% load factor

ATL-OMA - 13428 passengers, 16942 seats, 79.26% load factor

ATL-PBI - 7107 passengers, 9090 seats, 78.18% load factor

ATL-PHL - 10723 passengers, 11538 seats, 92.94% load factor

ATL-PHX - 16458 passengers, 17917 seats, 91.86% load factor

ATL-PIT - 8173 passengers, 9459 seats, 86.40% load factor

ATL-PNS - 6200 passengers, 8723 seats, 71.08% load factor

ATL-RDU - 16543 passengers, 18655 seats, 88.68% load factor

ATL-RIC - 16151 passengers, 18645 seats, 86.62% load factor

ATL-RSW - 12635 passengers, 17902 seats, 70.58% load factor

ATL-SAN - 9275 passengers, 10018 seats, 92.58% load factor

ATL-SAT - 9497 passengers, 10554 seats, 89.98% load factor

ATL-SDF - 7769 passengers, 9521 seats, 81.60% load factor

ATL-SRQ - 6924 passengers, 8772 seats, 78.93% load factor

ATL-STL - 18212 passengers, 20988 seats, 86.77% load factor

ATL-TPA - 29922 passengers, 35472 seats, 84.35% load factor

ATL-AUS - 15073 passengers, 17038 seats, 88.47% load factor

ATL-BNA - 21113 passengers, 25626 seats, 82.39% load factor

ATL-BWI - 33055 passengers, 36432 seats, 90.73% load factor

ATL-CLE - 7207 passengers, 7884 seats, 91.41% load factor

ATL-CMH - 11243 passengers, 12569 seats, 89.45% load factor

ATL-DAL - 36028 passengers, 41126 seats, 87.60% load factor

ATL-DCA - 13927 passengers, 15301 seats, 91.02% load factor

ATL-DEN - 32205 passengers, 34882 seats, 92.33% load factor

ATL-ECP - 4954 passengers, 8898 seats, 55.68% load factor

ATL-FLL - 27125 passengers, 29999 seats, 90.42% load factor

ATL-GSP - 12957 passengers, 19680 seats, 65.84% load factor

ATL-HOU - 37614 passengers, 41454 seats, 90.74% load factor

ATL-IAD - 8823 passengers, 9826 seats, 89.79% load factor

ATL-IND - 14962 passengers, 17663 seats, 84.71% load factor

ATL-JAN - 13114 passengers, 24154 seats, 54.29% load factor

ATL-JAX - 12800 passengers, 14718 seats, 86.97% load factor

ATL-LAS - 19539 passengers, 21259 seats, 91.91% load factor

ATL-LGA - 21568 passengers, 23072 seats, 93.48% load factor

ATL-LIT - 7829 passengers, 8994 seats, 87.05% load factor

ATL-MCI - 15201 passengers, 16908 seats, 89.90% load factor

ATL-MCO - 37275 passengers, 41494 seats, 89.83% load factor

ATL-MDW - 42520 passengers, 46505 seats, 91.43% load factor

ATL-MEM - 13467 passengers, 16302 seats, 82.61% load factor

ATL-MIA - 15326 passengers, 18312 seats, 83.69% load factor

ATL-MKE - 7532 passengers, 8580 seats, 87.79% load factor

ATL-MSY - 19052 passengers, 21458 seats, 88.79% load factor

ATL-MYR - 6151 passengers, 8740 seats, 70.38% load factor

ATL-OKC - 7962 passengers, 9026 seats, 88.21% load factor

ATL-OMA - 13428 passengers, 16942 seats, 79.26% load factor

ATL-PBI - 7107 passengers, 9090 seats, 78.18% load factor

ATL-PHL - 10723 passengers, 11538 seats, 92.94% load factor

ATL-PHX - 16458 passengers, 17917 seats, 91.86% load factor

ATL-PIT - 8173 passengers, 9459 seats, 86.40% load factor

ATL-PNS - 6200 passengers, 8723 seats, 71.08% load factor

ATL-RDU - 16543 passengers, 18655 seats, 88.68% load factor

ATL-RIC - 16151 passengers, 18645 seats, 86.62% load factor

ATL-RSW - 12635 passengers, 17902 seats, 70.58% load factor

ATL-SAN - 9275 passengers, 10018 seats, 92.58% load factor

ATL-SAT - 9497 passengers, 10554 seats, 89.98% load factor

ATL-SDF - 7769 passengers, 9521 seats, 81.60% load factor

ATL-SRQ - 6924 passengers, 8772 seats, 78.93% load factor

ATL-STL - 18212 passengers, 20988 seats, 86.77% load factor

ATL-TPA - 29922 passengers, 35472 seats, 84.35% load factor

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