Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport officials are expecting an increase in activity during the Fourth of July weekend.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is taking extra steps to keep travelers safe ahead of the busy Fourth of July holiday weekend. Airport officials gave FOX 5 a tour on Thursday, revealing the new policies and procedures that are now in place to protect folks from the coronavirus.
A biohazard cleaning of the main Hartsfield-Jackson security checkpoint has led to long lines of travelers trying to get to their flights.
Fulton County DA Paul Howard decided to close a public integrity investigation of then Mayor Kasim Reed's family friend. The decision came during time period when city of Atlanta sent $250,000 in grant money to Howard's office. The majority of it was used to boost Howard's salary. Howard said there was no politics at play.
The coronavirus pandemic drastically quieted the buzz at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport this Memorial Day by some 90 percent, according to airport officials.
It helped drivers navigate their way through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport for several years -- so where did the giant airport clock go? We sent the SKYFOX Drone out to find it!
Was it tough to plead guilty, I asked Hyatt Choudhary. "It was tough. I had no choice," he responded.
Amid the viral outbreak, a councilman says allowing homeless to hang out at the airport posed a significant health risk.
Hayat Choudhary pleads guilty to bribing Atlanta city official in 2017.
The Atlanta airport's general manager says it may take a significant medical advancement, like a vaccine, to convince travelers to get back on flights.
The site of NASCAR races, Atlanta Motor Speedway has plenty of space, but with events canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, that space has sat unused.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport officials will be able to secure in excess of $300 million.
Airports in Georgia will receive about $411 million as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery and Economic Stability.
A Transportation Security Administration screening officer at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has died from complications of the coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic has prompted airport managers to erect temporary walls covering seating areas at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
The top official at Hartsfield-Jackson says the airport is "burning cash" due to the decline in air travel nationwide.
Passengers evacuated to Atlanta due to the novel coronavirus outbreak say their misery continued upon arrival at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
A second employee with the Transportation Security Administration at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.
The Atlanta City Council and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms have passed new legislation designed to help employees at Hartsfield-Jackson survive the loss of hours and wages.
Management at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has reduced check-in stations. The changes stem from adjustments required because of the COVID-19 outbreak.