International travelers, rejoice! The worlds busiest airport is debuting a billion-dollar solution to the much-griped-about entry procedure for Atlanta-bound passengers.The screening hoops international travelers have long faced to escape the confines of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport have led veteran traveler Nancy Megehee to avoid bringing anything more than a carry-on along on long-haul trips. Arriving back in Atlanta was just too much trouble.
The new terminal is six years late and still suffers from serious transportation issues: different highway access than the rest of the airport and no direct rail link to other terminals or the city.
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