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Domestic departures from Atlanta
New York Miami Houston





European departures from Atlanta
United Kingdom, France, Ireland
London Paris Dublin


Germany, Austria
Frankfurt Stutgart
Munich Vienna

Spain, Italy
Madrid Barcelona Milan Rome Venice

Belgium, the netherlands, Czech Republic, Greece
Brussels Amsterdam Prague Athens

Sweden, Denmark, Russia
Stockholm Copenhagen Moscow

Departures to Asia from Atlanta
Israel, South Korea, United Arab Emirates
Tel Aviv Seoul Dubai

Despartures to Africa from Atlanta
Senegal, Nigeria
Dakar Lagos Johannesburg



With almost 300 non-stop destinations, Atlanta international airport is the largest in the world in 2009.

1. Amsterdam

2. Athens

3. Barcelona

4. Brussels

5. Copenhagen

6. Dublin

7. Düsseldorf

8. Frankfurt

9. London-Gatwick

10. London-Heathrow

11. Madrid,

12. Manchester (UK),

13.Milan-Malpensa,

14. Moscow-Sheremetyevo

15. Munich,

16. Paris-Charles de Gaulle,
17. Prague,

18. Rome-Fiumicino

19. Stockholm-Arlanda,

20. Stuttgart

21. Tel Aviv

22. Venice

23. Vienna

Buenos Aires-Ezeiza, Dakar, Dubai, Grand Cayman, Guadalajara, Guatemala City, Guayaquil, Johannesburg, Kingston, Kuwait City , Lagos, Liberia (CR), Lima, Montego Bay, , St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, San José (CR), San José del Cabo, San Salvador, Santiago (DR), Santiago de Chile, Santo Domingo, São Paulo-Guarulhos, San Pedro Sula, Seoel-Incheon, Shanghai-Pudong, Shannon [seizoensgebonden], Stockholm-Arlanda, Stuttgart, Tegucigalpa, Tel Aviv, Tobago, Tokyo-Narita, Venice, Vienna, Willemstad/Curaçao, Zürich.