Cheap Flights from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Birmingham in 2019

Flight information Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Birmingham

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Average flight time, total distance 134 miles

0h 45min

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It’s a quick hop across the state line from Atlanta, Georgia to Birmingham, Alabama. There are only 150 miles between the two cities and if you grab a nonstop flight, you’ll spend less than an hour in the air. Locals say that Birmingham has everything Atlanta has – it’s just smaller, friendlier, and less expensive.

Delta offers more than 55 nonstop flights each week from ATL to Birmingham-Shuttlesworth Airport(BHM)

Making your way to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport

ATL regularly sees a human sea of passengers surge through its gates pretty constantly, and if you’re unprepared, it can be a bit intimidating. However, the airport staff has seen it all. The layout is easy to navigate and if you know where you’re going, it can be a seamless, efficient experience.

The most important thing to remember is that there are two main terminals, one domestic, and one international, with seven big parallel concourses ranged in between. All the airport buildings are linked together by the rapid free Plane Train people mover, and that makes getting around the airport fairly straightforward.

There is free WiFi throughout the airport, and it’s easy to keep up to date with flight and security wait-time information because the free TRAK-A-FLIGHT service sends it all directly to your phone or mobile device. Pet lovers will appreciate the Domestic Terminal’s 1000 square foot fenced dog park.

Getting to the airport is pretty simple, just be aware that each terminal has its own exits/entrances from the interstates, and pay attention to the signage. You can also reach ATLby public transport: the MARTA city rail and various bus routes connect directly to the airport.

Arriving in Birmingham

Alabama’s largest city still has an intimate small-town ambiance, with bushels of southern charm and hospitality. It’s also packed with great ways to spend your day, with family-friendly and historical attractions to suit everyone.

Kids and animal lovers of all ages will enjoy the Birmingham zoo, where you can feed a giraffe by hand. For a moving look at a trying time in American history, the long and bloody civil rights struggle had some of its most significant moments here, which have been preserved in the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. From there, if the weather’s not too roasting, take a hike up Ruffner Mountain, a 1,000-acre park right in the city. Save time to see a movie at the beautifully preserved 1927 Alabama Theatre.

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