Cheap Flights from Nashville to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson in 2019

Flight information Nashville to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

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Average flight time, total distance 213 miles

0h 58min

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1 airport

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The capital of Tennessee is the birthplace of some of the greatest country and rock music legends the world-over. Home to a booming population of 630,000 (1.6 million in the greater metropolitan region), Nashville is a crucial area for a wide array of industries. Healthcare, banking, music, transportation are the main ones, but far from all.

The destination city is just as influential and boasts the planet’s busiest airport; Atlanta is a short 215-mile, 1-hour trip to the southeast. Both share the same upbeat, lively atmosphere, although the metro area in Georgia’s capital is much larger.

The small town feel is not as prevalent as in Nashville, but it is quite comparable. As far as their respective climates are concerned, the weather in the departure city is a bit cooler year-round. Delta Air Lines is the only carrier that provides nonstop flights from Nashville to Atlanta.

Arriving at Nashville International

Nashville International Airport is Music City’s principal airfield, and it has been classified into the primary commercial service category for 2011-2015. One of the airport’s four runways, which stretches over two miles, can accommodate every type of aircraft currently in service.

Over 11 million foreign and domestic passengers are transported to and from Nashville International every year. The 1,000,000 square foot complex features the sole Robert C. H. Mathews Jr. Terminal and 47 passenger gates. Travelers can to the airport, which is located 8 miles east of Nashville’s downtown area, via either the Gray Line Airport Express or Super Shuttle International.

What’s Hot in Hotlanta?

Atlanta is divided into numerous districts and has three skylines (Downtown, Midtown, and Buckhead); each of these is larger than those found in most southern American cities, if that offers any perspective of Atlanta’s size!

You can jump start your vacation by buying a ticket to a show at Fox Theatre, a venue that was built in the 1920’s, and which still hosts many grand performances every year. Piedmont Park, Georgia Aquarium, Turner Field, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Carter Center, and Centennial Olympic Park should be on your travel itinerary if they are not already!

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