An Important Atlanta Airport Transportation Notice From Hennessy Transportation

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Hennessy Transportation Inc., a leading global transportation company based in Atlanta, Georgia, has posted an announcement on its website for Atlanta Airport Transportation passengers traveling in or out of the newly expanded Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Concerned that travelers may not be aware of new rulings and regulations; as a public service the firm has posted these new regulations on their website.

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Hennessy Transportation wants to ensure that passengers using Atlanta Airport Transportation services are not inconvenienced.

Hennessy Transportation Inc., a leading global transportation company based in Atlanta, Georgia, has posted an announcement on its website for Atlanta Airport Transportation passengers traveling in or out of the newly expanded Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Concerned that travelers may not be aware of new rulings and regulations; as a public service the firm has posted these new regulations on their website. The company hopes to ensure an issue-free airport experience for every passenger with an international destination.

“The expansion of Hartsfield-Jackson to international status is a great event,” notes Thomas Thornton, Vice President of Operations, Hennessy Transportation. “There will be a period of adjustment that could negatively impact the overall travel experience,” Thornton notes. “At Hennessy Transportation, we’ve posted that international destination travelers are required to check in at the domestic terminal only if their flight stops at another US airport before landing abroad.” This is a critical piece of information. It could mean potentially missing their flight by being mistakenly dropped off by their driver at the international terminal instead.

Inbound Flights

Hennessy Transportation is taking additional safeguards to ensure that their inbound passengers are not inconvenienced by procedural changes at the airport. Hennessy Transportation's dispatch, available 24/7, are able to monitor the flight and origin of all flights at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. All flights arriving from a domestic location will meet inside or curbside as in the past. Passengers arriving at the new international terminal however, may simply follow the designated signs to ground Atlanta Airport Transportation. There, an electronic display will list the company name alongside the passenger’s name, directing them to their chauffeur for pickup.

Outbound Flights

Here is where the lack knowledge regarding the new rulings can be confusing. When flying outbound on an international flight, Hennessy Transportation advises passengers to be aware if there will be an additional stop(s) within the United States before arriving at your foreign destination. If so, you’ll need to make your driver aware so that you are dropped off at the domestic terminal, not the international terminal. While the airport has an advanced shuttle service, it is possible for some travelers to miss their flights and subsequent connections.

By posting these new airport rulings, Hennessy Transportation wants to ensure that passengers using Atlanta Airport Transportation services are not inconvenienced.

Hennessy Transportation is a full service global ground transportation company. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the firm provides transportation services to over 500 cities worldwide. Their focus is to provide both clients and staff with an enjoyable experience. They anticipate and service the transportation needs of a broad array of clientele from high-profile executives, persons in the entertainment field, to brides and grooms on their special day. Hennessy’s hallmark is their "grass roots" customer service. The firm specializes in planning and executing the logistics of group travel, for Fortune 500 companies and bridal parties alike. Hennessy Transportation is available 24/7.

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