Travel & Access
When you feel the need for travel or require access to other markets, Georgia’s got you covered.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s most traveled and most efficient airport.
- Non-stop flights to 70 countries and 150 U.S. cities every day.
- 80% of the U.S. market is accessible within a 2-hour flight.
- Dozens of daily flights take you to high-demand markets like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.
- The airport hosts more than 100 million passengers every year.
Georgia has two seaports for access to the global market—the Port of Brunswick and the Port of Savannah.
- Port of Savannah is the 4th busiest and fastest-growing container port in the U.S.
- Port of Brunswick is the nation’s busiest seaport for new automobile imports.
- Savannah’s Garden City Terminal is the most efficient seaport operation in North America.
Georgia’s history as a major railway hub connects you to the national market.
- Access to more rail miles (4,700) than any other state in the Southeast.
- Service by both of the Eastern U.S.’s Class I railroads.
Other cities and states are quickly accessible with Georgia’s vast interstate and highway system.
- Four of the nation’s interstates cross through the state—I-75, I-85, I-95, I-20.
- 80% of the U.S. market is accessible within a 2-day truck drive.
- 20,000 miles of high-performance roadways.
For more info on places to go and ways to travel in Georgia, visit ExploreGeorgia.org.