Visit Atlanta-Airport.com and select Terminal Map on the home page to view links to a series of eight maps showing the layout of each of Atlanta Airport's terminals and concourses. Alternatively, visit FlightStats.com, select Airport Overview under Airports and enter the airport code ATL in the search box to find a page of airport information which includes terminal maps.
Atlanta Airport's domestic terminal is split into north and south terminals and links directly to concourse T. The Plane Train connects the domestic terminal to the airport's concourses A to F, which are set out in a line from west to east, with the international terminal at the furthest point east. The Sky Train transports passengers from the domestic terminal to the car rental center.
Each of the maps on the Atlanta Airport website uses a color-coding and numbering system to show the location of airport services and facilities, shops, and food and beverage outlets. The concourse maps also show the location and number of each gate. The map of the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. international terminal shows a separate mezzanine level containing restaurants and lounges.
FlightStats.com airport maps offer simple outlines of each terminal and concourse indicating the location of shops, restaurants, lounges, security and transportation links. The maps also show the location and numbers of gates.