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“Search for flights in the middle of the week, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. Avoid ATL’s peak travel times, Monday mornings (7 a.m. until 9 a.m.) and Friday afternoons (3 p.m. – 5 p.m.).”

Flying into Beautiful College Park

Looking for the lowdown on low-stress flights to College Park, Georgia? The town is just a four-minute drive from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the busiest airport in the world. That means flights are plentiful and deals are easy to find, but sorting through your options might be overwhelming, and landing at ATL can be stressful. A little knowledge is all you need to make your trip go smoothly, from shopping for flights to making your hotel connection on the ground. Here’s everything you need to know for a blissful Georgia travel experience.
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How Do I Book a Flight?

To save money and stress, search for flights in the middle of the week, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. Avoid ATL’s peak travel times, Monday mornings (7 a.m. until 9 a.m.) and Friday afternoons (3 p.m. – 5 p.m.).

What’s the Best Way to Get To and From the Airport?

Some hotels offer free shuttles. The MARTA subway takes you from the airport to College Park Station for $2.50. A taxi will take about 10–15 minutes and should cost $30-35. Uber will cost $15-20.

Are There Any Nearby Hotels?

Days Inn College Park and the Holiday Inn Express Atlanta Airport both offer free shuttles. The Crowne Plaza Airport earns high marks for accessibility, service, and good food. Reviewers consistently say The Hyatt Place offers great service, access from the airport, and value for the money.

Any Advice For Regular Travelers to College Park?

Delta uses ATL as a hub and offers nearly 1,000 flights per day. If you will be traveling this route regularly, using Delta makes sense, as you’ll always be able to find a convenient flight and you can rack up your frequent flyer miles with just one airline.

Are There Any Additional Travel Tips?

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is huge and very busy, but signs to baggage claim and ground transportation are easy to follow. Expect to spend some time navigating the airport, especially if you’re headed to the car rental area, which involves a ride on a special elevated train. Flying into College Park, GA doesn't need to be a hassle. Take advantage of the plentiful flights, convenient hotels, and easy ground transportation that have made the Atlanta airport the busiest in the world.

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