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Explosion at Atlanta airport

At 8:40 am today, Tuesday, June 11, 2013, an explosion occurred at a maintenance shop near Gate D21 at Hartsfeld-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Georgia.

NTA and the United Motorcoach Association select Atlanta for 2016 trade...

LEXINGTON, Kentucky & ALEXANDRIA, Virginia - NTA and the United Motorcoach Association have selected Atlanta as the 2016 site of Travel Exchange, their combined trade and appointment show.

Atlanta hotel prices soar up to 215 percent higher for NCAA...

ATLANTA, Georgia - Basketball fanatics who are planning to make a trip to the NCAA Men's Final Four tournament this weekend in Atlanta better prepare themselves for some serious double teaming against

Faith Travel Conference to be held in Atlanta, Georgia

ATLANTA, Georgia - Driven by millions of Christians on compassionate care missions and spirit-lifting pilgrimage and fellowship, faith travel is a rapidly-growing sector of the American market.

Delta launches nonstop Atlanta-Shanghai flights

ATLANTA - Delta Air Lines launches nonstop service between Atlanta and Shanghai this weekend, connecting its largest hub and global gateway with one of the world's fastest-growing markets.

Delta celebrates 70 years in Atlanta

ATLANTA - When Lynda Lloyd boarded her first Delta Air Lines flight in Atlanta as a flight attendant in 1964, the airline had recently become the first commercial carrier to fly across the country in

Deal with airlines to boost Atlanta’s airport revenue

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced a deal between the city and airlines at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport for a temporary boost in revenue as the airport seeks bond financing for its interna

Atlanta’s Olympic Park a growing tourist draw

ATLANTA - New York City has Times Square. New Orleans is known for the French Quarter, and in San Francisco, camera-toting tourists flock to Fisherman's Wharf.

Delta shelves Cape Town

TravelHub (www.travelhub.co.za) - Delta Air Lines has confirmed that it will suspend its Cape Town-Atlanta service at the end of August.

Great balls of fire! Two southern belles on new Civil War...

Two of the south’s most famous belles — each of whom are connected to one of the world’s most beloved writers — are being feted this year in a special program.

Court revives Atlanta tax suit against online travel firms

The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday revived a hotly contested lawsuit by the city of Atlanta against online travel companies that claims the firms are illegally pocketing millions of dollars in hotel

Stranded snowstorm victims spend 8 Hours on Atlanta’s tarmac

Having your flight cancelled because of the snowstorm is bad enough, but imagine having to sit helpless and strapped in, on the tarmac, for as long as 8 hours beforehand.

Winter storm moving through Atlanta may affect travel

According to the National Weather Service, a powerful upper-level storm will track across central Alabama into Southern Georgia on Sunday, March 1 and Sunday night, March 2.

New air service from Atlanta, Georgia to Cancun, Mexico

AirTran Airways today launched daily nonstop flights from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia to Cancun Airport International in Cancun, Mexico.

Atlanta tourist hit by part of billboard

A tourist is recovering at Grady Hospital after being hit by a part of a billboard near the Hard Rock Cafe in Atlanta.

Delta in huff or is it a bluff?

Airline industry experts say Delta Air Lines is playing “hardball” in negotiations with officials of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport by threatening to reroute some of its traffic to its o

Delta tactics in Atlanta echo flap at Metro

Just months after negotiating big cost cuts from Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Delta Air Lines Inc.

Airlines threaten to move flights from Atlanta

ATLANTA — Airlines that do business at the world's busiest airport are playing hardball in talks over new lease agreements, threatening to move some flights to other airports if they can't maintain

“Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs” makes US debut...

ATLANTA, GA - "Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs," a new National Geographic exhibition featuring more than 130 ancient Egyptian treasures, premieres tomorrow at the Atlanta Civic Ce

Atlanta police make 40 panhandling arrests

Atlanta police officers are dressing up just like sightseers who come to Atlanta to wander through Centennial Olympic Park or locals who work in Midtown highrises.

More Middle East flights for Delta

ISTANBUL, Turkey (eTN) - Delta Air Lines is to launch new nonstop services from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Kuwait beginning November 7, 2008.