Delta is adding This Bar Saves Lives granola bars as a snack choice for passengers in Comfort+ seats.
A new Starbucks has opened in the domestic terminal of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
Bobby Flay’s Bobby’s Burger Palace will open at the Atlanta airport in early 2018 on Concourse B.
Delta plans to begin allowing international business class passengers to pre-order meals.
Seven firms are competing for two restaurant spaces on Concourse B at the Atlanta airport.
A new Renaissance hotel will soon open near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, adding a modern option for travelers staying in the airport area.
The Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway, under construction since October 2015 and set to open in early May, will join a Marriott and SpringHill Suites in the Gateway development next to the Georgia International Convention Center. It will be reachable by using the free airport SkyTrain people-mover, and will have …
Free meals in coach class are coming back to Delta — at least on some routes in other cities.
After a test of free meals late last year, Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is rolling out complimentary meals in the main cabin on some transcontinental flights. During last year’s test, Delta said it “saw a significant increase” in customer satisfaction scores.
On March 1, Delta will offer free meals to economy class …
Delta Air Lines is adding some new features to its app to ease the travel experience.
The Fly Delta app, first introduced in 2010, now includes interactive maps for Hartsfield-Jackson International and 14 other airports.
The interactive maps of airports in New York, London, Minneapolis, Detroit, Salt Lake City, Washington D.C., Cincinnati, Seattle, Boston, San Francisco, Orlando, Los Angeles and Tokyo are reached by tapping the airport code or gate number on …
A temporary Starbucks opened late last year near the domestic terminal atrium at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport has gained more visibility than an old location next to the security checkpoint, and will soon move into an even more-prominent permanent spot.
If you’ve been to the international terminal at the Atlanta airport recently, you may have noticed some unusual new directional signage.
It’s a cardboard cutout of Ludacris directing travelers to the security checkpoint.
That’s not the only constant …