Cheap Flights From Orlando Sanford to Atlanta Harstfield-Jackson
Flight information Orlando Sanford to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
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Airline Service and Flight Information
When booking a flight from the Orlando Sanford Airport to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, there are no direct flight options, but you will be able to access your final destination via connecting flights.
What Can You Expect With Connecting Flights
All flights out of Orlando Sanford Airport that provide connecting service to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson are serviced by Allegiant Air. While there are many cities where you can find connecting flights to your final destination, some of the more direct route connecting cities include Shreveport, Charlotte, Biloxi, Roanoke, and Raleigh-Dirham. The amount of time for layovers will vary depending on the chosen connecting airline and city.
Which Terminal Will You Depart From?
There is only one terminal at the Orlando Sanford Airport that provides service for all of Allegiant’s flights. The airport is small but it there are places to grab some food or flight essentials while waiting for your departure.
When Should You Arrive at the Airport?
When arriving at the Orlando Sanford Airport it is recommended to allow two hours of security checks and baggage check-in. Since the airport only has one terminal you do not need to add more than 10 to 15 additional minutes if you are parking your car.
Arrival in Atlanta
The weather and temperature in Atlanta is similar to the Orlando area weather. You can expect it to be hot and humid in the spring and summertime with sunny weather for most of the year.
Leaving the Airport
When flying from Orlando Sanford International to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport you will be arriving in the domestic terminal. To get transportation to your accommodations or final destination, you can choose from rental cars options including Advantage, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Alamo, and EZ Rent a Car. To access the rental car locations of the airport you with have to take the ATL “Sky Train.” You can also opt for taxi service if you will not be renting a vary for the duration of your trip.
Tips for Saving Money in Atlanta
Just because you may be traveling on a budget doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on the Atlanta area attractions. To save on your next to Atlanta try the money saving tips below.
- Purchase the Atlanta CityPASS – If you are planning on visiting at least three or more of the area’s popular attractions, you can purchase a pass for the low price of $69. This pass will allow you to attend one day on up to five attractions if all done in less than 10 days. These tickets can be purchased online in advance of your trip.
- Take advantage of the town’s freebies – Spend a day or two visiting the attractions in the area that are free to do such as a trip to Centennial Olympic Park, visiting the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Site, or trying free samples from the Underground Atlanta vendors.
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