Travel & Access

When you feel the need for travel or require access to other markets, Georgia’s got you covered.Airport


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.

SEAPort of Savannah

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.

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