Cheap Flights from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Chattanooga in 2019
Flight information Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Chattanooga
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Georgia’s state capital is famous for many things, perhaps the most important of which is the influence it had during the civil rights era. It is a historic city with loads of old-world charm, much that can still be seen and experienced today.
Despite of its sheer modern growth, Atlanta is one place that never forgets its roots; residents here are deeply proud of their southern heritage and culture. Three distinct skylines comprise the 21st century version of The City in a Forest! 104 miles to the Northwest is the destination, a trip that takes on average 23 minutes by plane to reach.
Chattanooga is Tennessee’s fourth largest city and lies just miles from the border of Georgia. It too was a central railroad hub in the American Civil War. As well, it bears a similar resemblance (though much smaller in size) to Atlanta, and shares the same southern charm. Delta, AirTran Airways, and United Airlines are the primary carriers offering direct flights from Atlanta to Chattanooga.
Heading from Hartsfield
Chicago O’Hare may now be able to claim the title for busiest airport in the world for total take-offs and landings, but Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International held it for nine consecutive years. Even so, its annual passenger traffic figures have seen unprecedented growth, nearing the 100 million mark for 2014.
In this respect, it is unbeatable by any other airfield. To give you an idea of how busy Hartsfield is, globally renowned London Heathrow processes roughly 20 million fewer passengers per year!
As such, numerous renovations and upgrades always seem to be in the works at Atlanta’s premiere airfield. One of the most recent was updates to the Maynard Jackson International Terminal. Hartsfield-Jackson has two, designated pet relief areas as well as a fenced-in dog park for pet owners.
Come to Chattanooga!
They do not call it Scenic City for nothing! Chattanooga may be small, but it has a lot of entertainment value. Tourists are encouraged to visit the Tennessee Aquarium, Walnut Street Bridge, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee Riverpark, Creative Discovery Museum, and the ever-stunning Ruby Falls!
The latter is a 145-foot underground waterfall that is one of the state’s most famous natural attractions! Take an elevator ride down into the caverns and snap some shots of the beautiful rock formations.
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