Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
Flight information Vancouver to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
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Average flight time, total distance 3614 kilometers
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Flights from Vancouver to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson are available from most major airlines and budget carriers. United Airlines has flights with connections in Newark. Delta has Vancouver to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson flights with connections in Seattle, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, or Toronto. Alaska Airlines has flights that connect in Seattle. United Airlines has flights to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson from Vancouver with connections in San Francisco, Chicago, or Denver. American Airlines has flights with connections in Phoenix or Dallas-Fort Worth. Air Canada has flights that connect in Toronto. WestJet also has flights connecting in Toronto. There are no nonstop flights to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson from Vancouver.
Terminal Information for Vancouver International Airport
Vancouver International Airport is about 12 km from the city centre. Travellers can take the Canada Line train from downtown Vancouver to the airport in about 30 minutes. There is a zone system in Vancouver for taxis to and from the airport. The fare from the city centre/downtown area, depending on the exact pickup site, is about CA$30-37. There are two terminals at Vancouver International Airport — the Main Terminal and the South Terminal. International flights depart from the Main Terminal, where there is a special area for U.S.-bound flights known as the U.S. Terminal.
Vancouver International Airport has 51 restaurants and cafes, offering everything from fast food to upscale fare. Ten are located in the U.S. Terminal. Passengers wanting to relax before the flight can enjoy the Quiet Area in the International Terminal, a peaceful space with comfortable chairs, a stretching mat, and soft lighting.
Terminal Information for Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Hartsfield-Jackson sits 11 km south of Atlanta's city centre. It has two terminals made up of seven concourses. Hartsfield-Jackson is the busiest airport in the U.S. and it serves as a hub for many airlines.
Travellers find more than 150 cafes and restaurants at Hartsfield-Jackson, including fast food chains and fine dining establishments. They offer a variety of cuisines, including many Southern specialties.
Currency exchange facilities are located throughout the airport. Public transportation is available by train from Hartsfield to Atlanta's city centre. The train service is called the MARTA. Trains depart from the domestic terminal, accessed via free shuttle bus for travellers arriving in the international terminal. The Red and Gold train lines run from the airport to downtown, Midtown, and Buckhead areas. The flat-rate taxi fare from Hartsfield-Jackson to downtown is about CA$40.
What You Need to Know
For international flights, travellers should arrive at Vancouver International Airport three hours ahead of the scheduled departure time. Canadian passport holders do not need a visa for travel to the U.S. Along with a valid passport, travellers should carry another government-issued photo ID.
What to Expect in Atlanta
Upon arrival in Atlanta, travellers should set watches ahead by three hours. Atlanta has a humid subtropical climate, with very warm humid summers and mild winters, while Vancouver has a moderate oceanic climate with cooler temperatures year-round. Atlanta's many attractions include the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, and Centennial Olympic Park.
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