Cheap Flights from Houston Hobby to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
Flight information Houston Hobby to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
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Average flight time, total distance 695 miles
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When you fly from Houston to Atlanta, you are leaving one sprawling city for another. You will find that Atlanta is very similar to Houston in terms of getting around, and both cities are major business centers. You will need to know a little about this trip before you book it so that you can navigate the two major airports you will be using and be ready to explore Atlanta.
Your Flight Information
You can fly Spirit, United, Delta, Frontier and Southwest airlines to Atlanta Hartfield Airport. These airlines offer non-stop flights for this route. However, they also offer one-stop flights, so make sure you book the type of flight you want. American offers a one-stop flight. Use Skyscanner’s free flight booking tool to book your flight. If you are flexible about when you fly, you can also use the cheapest month tool to discover the least expensive times to fly. It is highly recommended that you arrive two hours before your destination to allow time for going through security.
The Departure Airport You Will Use
Houston Hobby offers a new technology to find your way around the airport. Passengers access an interactive map using their smartphones. You will see instructions at the airport on how to access these maps. No download is required.
The airport is on Telephone Road 35, between Sam Houston Tollway and I-610. You can exit off of either highway onto Telephone Road 35. There is only one terminal at this airport.
Parking is a challenge. You can book parking in advance using The Parking Spot website. Rooftop parking costs 6.84 per hour, self-service covered parking runs $9.89 per hour, and premium covered is 10.97 per hour. These rates apply only to parking that is reserved in advance.
Your Destination Airport
The Atlanta Hartsfield Airport is seven miles from Atlanta’s business district. You will be arriving at the domestic terminal on the west side of the airport. Note that this terminal is divided into two areas: Terminal North and Terminal South. There is a large atrium between these two areas. You will be using Concourse T, which connects to this terminal. There are 17 gates on this concourse. You will find several airline lounges, including American Airlines Admiral Club, Delta Sky Club, United Club, and The Club at ATL.
Note that this is the busiest airport in the world, so allow extra time after landing to navigate through the airport, retrieve your luggage and find your rental car. Use Skyscanner’s free rental car tool to reserve your car in advance. Atlanta has been doing heavy construction on the road around the airport, and the result is that traffic is flowing better. However, be prepared to drive through some construction areas where traffic may be slower.
You will need a valid state-issued picture ID to make this flight.
Houston is one hour behind Atlanta.
Differences You Will Find in Atlanta
Atlanta has much less humidity than Houston, and it is not nearly as hot. You will find many more green spaces in Atlanta because of its park system. And though Atlanta traffic is heavy, it is not as heavy as Houston’s.
Your Costs in Atlanta
While Houston has higher costs for things such as rent, Atlanta is actually slightly more expensive for food and transportation. Food costs 16% more in Atlanta, and transportation costs 7% more.
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