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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International

This is not just the largest or the biggest airport in the world, but it offers competitive gateway, most advanced facilities, and maintains higher level of customer service. Its operation is under the Department of Aviation and it's located at Hapeville Fulton & Clayton counties, and in Atlanta and College Park. Since, it's the biggest, it's expected that it's also the busiest airlines in the world, and it holds that title since 1998 by accommodating a yearly 92.4 million of passengers with 923,991 flights and 252,000 daily passengers. It serves Asia, Africa, Central America, Europe, North, and South America. It started on abandoned auto racetrack that has 287 acres or 116 ha. Series of development and expansions were made since 1967 carrying different themes and until it has achieved the modernization plan where you could find the plane train, MARTA Station, seven concourses of terminals, domestic terminal, and International Terminal.

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