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Airports in Phoenix
Phoenix is served by two airports - Phoenix Sky Harbor International
Airport and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
The city is primarily served by Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Located 3 miles away from downtown Phoenix, it is the largest and busiest
airport in Arizona and one of the largest commercial airports in the United
States. The airport offers scheduled flights to all parts of the US in
addition to scheduled and seasonal flights to select major destinations
worldwide. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport
and the city of Phoenix through rental cars, taxis, intercity and
interstate shuttles, public transportation, Valley Metro Rail Connection,
vans, Limousines, ride-sharing, ride sharing service providers and even
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, located about 20 miles away from Phoenix is a
reliever airport to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and only
offers scheduled domestic flights.
Atlanta is the capital and most populous city of the state of Georgia in
the United States. It is situated on rolling hills and has a dense tree
coverage, two factors that justify its nickname earning it the nickname of
the ‘City in a Forest.’ Atlanta is home to over 300 parks, nature
preserves, and gardens and almost 65% of the city residents live within a
10-minute walk to their nearest park. The most popular park in Atlanta is
the Centennial Olympic Park, which was created to further infrastructure
improvement for the 1996 Summer Olympics and to uphold the legacy of the
Things to do in Atlanta
Centennial Olympic Park
The Centennial Olympic Park is a 21-acre public park located in downtown
Atlanta. It attracts millions of visitors every year for its iconic annual
events like Wednesday WindDown (a popular music event) and the annual
Independence Day celebrations.
The Woodruff Park is named for Robert W. Woodruff, the president of The
Coca-Cola Company from 1923 to 1954. Spread across 6 acres, it features two
fountains, a performance venue, several monuments and a classic bronze
sculpture called ‘Atlanta from the Ashes (The Phoenix)’.
Established in 1858, the Grant Park is the oldest city park and the
fourth-largest park in in Atlanta. It is home to the largest remaining
urban area of Victorian architecture in the city. A star attraction here is
Zoo Atlanta that was established in 1889 and is one of the country’s four
zoos that house giant pandas.
Best Time to Fly to Atlanta
The best time to fly to Atlanta is the summer season from late May to
August. During this time, visitors get maximum daylight hours to enjoy
cultural events like Atlanta Food & Wine Festival and Atlanta
International Fashion Week.