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Cheap Flights from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Asheville

Flight information Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Asheville

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$167

Non-stop airlines

4

Flights per week

48

Average flight time, total distance 164 miles

0h 51min

Most popular airline last month

Delta

Asheville

1 airport

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Very few places bear story similar to Georgia’s capital, and it is for this reason that The Gate City is now renowned for not only being an economic powerhouse, but a regional center with a commanding social and cultural presence!

While certainly diverse, ATL’s economy has recently focused on the IT and media services sectors, thereby positioning the city as dominant in the field of high-tech industries. The destination is a short, 165-mile trip northeast. Direct flights from Atlanta to Asheville take 53 minutes on average, and are provided by Delta Air Lines, AirTran Airways, United Airlines, Air France, and Alitalia.

 

Head out of Hotlanta the right way

Drive seven miles from downtown and you will come to the gates of Hartsfield-Jackson International, the world’s busiest airport for total passenger traffic and for take-offs and landings until the fall of 2014. O’Hare out of Chicago now holds this record, but credit must definitely be given to Atlanta’s primary airfield.

100 million foreign and domestic travelers will pass through its terminals in 2015, and there is no denying that this trend will continue to rise. Delta Air Lines, the carrier’s Technical Operation Center, and its partner ExpressJet account for the bulk of the airport’s activity, but Hartsfield-Jackson is a focal flight hub for Southwest Airlines as well. The domestic terminal can be easily accessed by Atlanta’s MARTA rail line system.

 

Landing in Land of the Sky

To the north of Atlanta is a very small city, one home to only 84,000 people. Despite its small size, Asheville is where the U.S. National Climatic Data Center is based, the planet’s largest weather data archive. Located at the confluence of the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountain ranges, it is widely considered one of the best tourist destinations in the country.

If the nicknames “Paris of the South,” “New Age Mecca,” “San Francisco of the East” do not get you excited for your vacation to Asheville, the Diana Wortham Theatre, Grovewood Gallery, McCormick Field, and Western North Carolina Nature Center should!

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