Cheap Flights from Tampa International to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
Flight information Tampa International to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
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Average flight time, total distance 407 miles
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When you travel the 400 miles north from Tampa to Atlanta, you’ll still find yourself deep in the gracious south. If you book a direct service, you can expect to spend around an hour and a half in flight.
Making your way to Tampa International Airport
Tampa airport has a sleek, easy-to-navigate layout. A single central terminal handles all the ticketing and baggage stuff for all flights, and the four satellite airsides each have their own security screening area. It keeps lines short and passengers moving, which means everyone is happy. The four airsides are designated A, C, E, and F, and they are linked by a free rapid-transit people mover. You’ll find free WiFi on tap throughout the airport.
Drivers will find a wide range of parking options, and if you’re getting someone to drop you off and pick you up, they will appreciate the TPA Cell Phone Parking Lot, which offers free WiFi, updated flight info, and restrooms.
If you want to take public transportation to the TPA, the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit airport bus stop is served by Route 30. Buses run every 30 minutes from 4:30am on weekdays and 7:00am on weekends, and a ticket costs $2.00. You also have the option of traveling with Greyhound or Red Coach, two private bus services with regular schedules.
Arriving in Atlanta
Atlanta is a modern gem in the traditional setting of the American South. All the old-school manners and timeless graces are intact, but there’s a bright contemporary pulse running through the city. Rapid growth has brought prosperity to much of Atlanta’s young population, and as a result the dining, shopping, and nightlife scenes are booming. Atlanta is gaining an excellent reputation for the culinary arts, especially, and dozens of world-class chefs vie for your attention during August’s Restaurant Week.
During the hottest months most people stick to the air-conditioned indoor attractions, but this city has many beautiful outdoor spaces, including the Botanic Gardens in Piedmont Park.
There is so much to do here, with amazing historical sites, arts venues, and museums. The National Center for Civil and Human Rights deserves a special mention. It pays tribute to the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., and sheds light on the ongoing battles for justice and equality that still rage on throughout the world today.
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