More than 1,000 jobs will be up for grabs at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) next week when the gateway holds an Airport Community Job Fair on Tuesday, October 31.
Atlanta City Council has confirmed Roosevelt Council as the new general manager of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
The creation of an aerotropolis at Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport will be on the agenda at a public meeting at the Georgia Convention Center on January 26.
Passenger records are starting to fall around the world as airports begin to announce their 2015 traffic figures.
The energy saving efforts of the world's busiest airport has earned it a $45,000 rebate from the state's energy supplier.
The inaugural SMART Airports & Regions Conference & Exhibition in North America drew to a close this afternoon with final sessions on driving non-aeronautical revenue streams and a collaborative planning approach for SMART airports and competitive cities.
An aviation leaders panel chaired by CNN news anchor and chief business correspondent, Christine Romans, helped draw a bumper crowd of close to 500 delegates to the opening sessions of the SMART Airports & Regions Conference & Exhibition in Atlanta.
More than 500 delegates are expected to attend the SMART Airports & Regions Conference & Exhibition in Atlanta, which starts tomorrow.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta has retained the title of the world’s busiest hub for passenger traffic after handling 96.17 million in 2014, up 1.85% on the 94.4 million last year – and ever closer to the 100 million milestone.