The Atlanta Adventure
@PilotCSG’s Atlanta Flyout
About Atlanta airport:
June 27,2020 3:00PM
Departure runway: 8L,8R
Arrival runway: 9L, 9R
Spawn 20 minutes before the event begins.
Most, if not all routes/aircraft can be modified upon request!
Every Domestic Delta airlines arrival must park at concourse B.
Every Domestic arrival that isn’t Delta airlines must park at concourse T.
Every international arrival must park at concourse F.
T4- Delta B738 to CYYZ @PilotCSG
T5- JetBlue A320 to KBOS @A_Plane_Guy
T6- American A320 to KPHL
T7- United 320 to KDEN @Jackxtreme_48
T8- Spirit 320 to KDTW
T9- Alaska (More to Love Livery) 739 to KSEA @Austrian001
T10- Southwest 738 to KTPA
T11- Southwest 737 to KDFW @Sticks
T12- Frontier 320 to KPHL
T13- United E170 to KIAH
A1 - Delta B739 to KLAX
A2 - Delta A319 to KLGA
A3 - American A320 to KSBA
A4 - Delta B738 to KSAN @Neddheadbedshed_Boom
A5 - Delta A330 to KLAX
A6 - American B738 to KPHX
A7 - Delta B767 to KMSP @Prerb
A8 - Spirit A320 to KFLL
A9 - Delta B738 to KMIA
A10 - Delta B738 to KTPA
A11 - Delta B757 to KMCO
A12 - Delta B757 to KLAX
Contact me if you want to sponsor or be ATC.
The airport has international service within North America and to South America, Central America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. As an international gateway to the United States, Hartsfield–Jackson ranks seventh in international passenger traffic. Many of the nearly one million annual flights are domestic flights; the airport is a major hub for travel in the southeastern region of the country. Atlanta has been the world’s busiest airport by passenger traffic since 1998.
Hartsfield–Jackson began with a five-year, rent-free lease on 287 acres (116 ha) that was an abandoned auto racetrack named The Atlanta Speedway. The lease was signed on April 16, 1925, by Mayor Walter Sims, who committed the city to develop it into an airfield. As part of the agreement, the property was renamed Candler Field after its former owner, Coca-Cola tycoon and former Atlanta mayor Asa Candler. The first flight into Candler Field was September 15, 1926, a Florida Airways mail plane flying from Jacksonville, Florida. In May 1928, Pitcairn Aviation began service to Atlanta, followed in June 1930 by Delta Air Service. Later those two airlines, now known as Eastern Air Lines and Delta Air Lines, respectively, would both use Atlanta as their chief hubs. The airport’s became the official location for Atlanta’s weather observations September 1, 1928, and records by the National Weather Service.
PLEASE JOIN ME ON JUNE 27