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Flights to Atlanta

How long are flights to Atlanta? Flights to Atlanta depart from various airports in the UK, some of which are direct, whereas others require one or two connections. Flying from London Heathrow passengers can get a direct flight to Atlanta, which takes around 10 hours there and between eight and nine hours returning. Other flights from Heathrow may require one connection at Texas, New York, Pennsylvania, Chicago, Toronto, Washington or Detroit. With a connection, flights there take between 10 and 14 hours, whereas returning flights take between nine and 13 hours.

You can get flights to Atlanta with either one or two connections from various other airports in the UK, including Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and Bristol.

 

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Visit Atlanta

After its revitalisation, which was spurred by the 1996 Olympic Games, the city continues to alter and adapt to maintain its awe-inspiring image. With a beautiful skyline that can be viewed all over the city, the buildings are an exceptional example of classical, modernist and post-modernist architecture.

Against this backdrop of huge buildings, is the picturesque beauty of the abundance of parks and greenery spread throughout the city, which includes the Atlanta Botanical Garden. But there’s plenty more to do that this whilst in Atlanta; you could visit the world’s largest Aquarium providing hours of fun, or you can check out the Coca-Cola headquarters or the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.










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