Air Transportation and Air Freight Hubs
ATL has been named “Air Cargo Airport of the Year” in 2010 and 2009 by Air Cargo Week.
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ATL is also recognized as the 11th-largest air cargo hub in the U.S. and 30th worldwide.
Hartsfield-Jackson hosts 12 cargo-only carriers and has more than 1.5 million square feet of cargo handling space.
ATL also serves six continents and puts business travelers within easy reach of any major U.S. or North American city.
Through Georgia’s network of 144 public and private airports, companies can easily access locations statewide.