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Both important business hubs, both devoted to a new vision of the south and known for their hospitality, these two cities have similar personalities. Atlanta is three miles inland and the flight should take you just over an hour in the air
Since the trip is only a short hop, it makes sense to fly direct. Delta and United both offer frequent weekly nonstop service between Charlotte Douglas International Airport(CLT) and Atlanta Hartsfield(ATL.)
Making your way to Charlotte Douglas Airport
For a modestly-sized airport consisting of one main terminal, Charlotte Douglas International Airport sees a lot of traffic. In fact, this is the busiest airport in the US without direct service to Asia. In spite of passenger volume, CLT is comfortable, easy-to-navigate airport, although the walkways between concourses can be long, so budget a healthy amount of time to get to your gate.
Free WiFi is available throughout the terminal, which is also home to an aviation museum with a collection of more than 50 aircraft from various points in history. The airport is easy to reach from I-85 or I-77, and there’s plenty of parking. If you’d like to get to CLT by public transport, the CATS “Sprinter” bus service runs from Charlotte’s city center. Fare is $2.00 and the bus runs from 5:30 am until 12 am.
Arriving in Atlanta
Atlanta is often praised for its cutting edge restaurants, vibrant young population, and beautiful downtown. There is a strong performing and visual arts scene, and the spring festival season brings even more culture and music to the Atlanta, with events like the Dogwood Festival, when the city is in bloom and the weather is warming up but still pleasant.
The galleries and museums here are top notch, and if you like aquariums, you’re in luck. The Georgia Aquarium is the world’s largest with more than 8 million gallons of water.
This city was Martin Luther King Jr’s hometown, and its legacy as the birthplace of the American civil rights has recently been commemorated with the amazing National Center for Civil and Human Rights. It is a state of the art educational center and museum which commemorates the challenges and triumphs of human rights struggles worldwide, both historical and ongoing. All in all, Atlanta is a friendly, energetic city,
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