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TOP 10 largest airports in the world III.

From: #flymeto   |   Dec 24, 2015

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta is the largest airport in the world in terms of both passenger numbers and arrivals and departures. It is used mainly for domestic flights, as its main hub is used by Delta Air Lines, AirTran Airways and Atlantic Southeast.

The airport is 16 km south of downtown Atlanta; from the airport there is a fast train connection to the center. At present it has two terminals - north and south and six other boarding halls - T, A, B, C, D and for international flights E. Transport between terminals and halls is provided by underground transport. From European airlines, only KLM, Air France and British Airways fly to Atlanta.

Book cheap flights to Atlanta now, Atlanta’s biggest tourist attraction is undoubtedly the Coca Cola World entertainment center.

O’Hare International Airport is about 27 miles northwest of downtown Chicago and is the second busiest airport in the world. It is the base of United Airlines and American Airlines.

There are five terminals reserved for passenger transport, which are further divided into 9 smaller halls. Airlines with the largest number of flights from Chicago O’Hare include United Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Mexicana, or US3000 Airlines.

The cheapest transport to downtown Chicago is CTA trains that run regularly throughout the day. More expensive, but more comfortable option are taxis.

You will spend pleasantly waiting for the flight in leather seats near the departure gates. Of course you have internet access, clean toilets and a 24-hour open lounge.

The Continental Airport Express bus will also take you to downtown and north or to Midway Airport. There are also buses to nearby hotels. A taxi service can be found at the arrival hall of each terminal.

Fly to Chicago to see the Shedd Aquarium, one of Chicago’s most sought after cultural attractions.


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