ATL Airport Parking Options

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

You might be surprised to know that ATL is the busiest airport in the world. Seriously. Of course, if you’ve flown through there you probably know that because of the sometimes crazy security lines and just the sheer size of the place.

Anyway, being the biggest airport in the world means lots of parking options. Check out some general airport info below, followed by the types of parking available.

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    ATL Airport Parking Rates

    Long term parking

    Lot name Price
    Southwest Park-Ride Lots $10.00 / day
    North, West, & South Economy lots $14.00 / day
    North & South Daily Lots $19.00 / day
    Park-Ride Reserve Lot
    Requires membership in the reserve parking program
    $12.00 / day

    Long term parking at short term lots

    You can park at the hourly lots long term also - they're closer, but it's more expensive.

    Lot name Price
    North & South Hourly Lots $36.00 / day
    Reserved gold lots
    Requires membership in reserve gold parking program
    $34.00 / day
    North & South Daily Lots $19.00 / day
    Park-Ride Reserve Lot
    Requires membership in the reserve parking program
    $12.00 / day

    Short term parking

    Technically, all lots at ATL are hourly and all roughly $3 / hr. If you’ll be parking longer than 6 hours, you’ll probably want to avoid the designated “hourly” lots because you’ll get charged $36 at those lots once the clock hits 6 hours.

    Lot name Price
    North & South Hourly Lots $3.00 / hour (0-2 hrs)
    $4.00 / hour (2-6 hrs)
    $36.00 flat (6-24 hrs)
    All other lots $3.00 per hour

    International parking

    The international terminal has 2 parking lots, one short and one long term.

    Lot name Price
    International hourly lot $3.00 / hour (0-2 hrs)
    $4.00 / hour (2-6 hrs)
    $36.00 flat (6-24 hrs)
    International park-ride lot
    Reservations are available for this lot with pricing based on demand.
    $3.00 per hour
    $14.00 per day

    On-Site Airport Parking Overview

    Key takeaways

    • All lots accept short-term parking and run $3 per hour for the first 2 hours
    • Avoid the designated short-term lots for stays longer than 6 hours
    • Long term parking is $10 – 19 per day based on distance from the terminal
    • ATL has a parking club program, but it’s only worthwhile if you park a lot and full lots frequently because you have to park farther from the terminal

    ATL has 12 on-airport lots owned & operated by the airport, including short-term (hourly), economy, parking garage-style decks, and a park-ride lot that’s a bit farther away (but has a shuttle).

    Short-term (hourly) parking is allowed at all on-airport lots and is $3 / hour at the designated hourly lots for the first 2 hours. After the first 2 hours, the rate increases to $4 per hour.

    Long-term parking ranges from $10 per day in the “Park-Ride” lots Southwest of the terminal, to $14 per day in the “Economy” lots North, South, and West of the terminal, to $19 per day in the “Daily” lots North & South of the terminal.

    International parking is on the East side of the airport near the international terminal.

    The international short-term (hourly) lot is priced exactly like the domestic hourly lot at $3 per hour for the first 2 hours, $4 per hour for hours 3-6, and $36 per day after 6 hours.

    The international long-term lot is $3 per hour or $12 per day.

    Reserve parking program: If you park a lot, ATL offers a reserve program.

    ATL Airport parking map

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    General airport info

    Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
    6000 N Terminal Pkwy
    Atlanta, GA 30320

    Get directions | Visit website

    Airport parking options at ATL

    On-airport lots

    These are more expensive than off-airport options, but are much closer to the terminals. There are 11 on-airport lots at ATL with prices ranging from $3-4 per hour for the short-term lots to $10 – 14 per day for the long-term lots.

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    3rd party lots

    These options are a bit less expensive than the on-airport options but are a bit farther away from the airport. Nonetheless, these private lots generally provide shuttles to get you to the terminal quickly (most in just 5 – 10 minutes).

    Prices are $5 - $13 / day

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    Hotels

    Hotel lots are generally even less expensive than the off-airport lots. However, be careful, most of the booking websites charge fees that can be equal to 1-2 full days, so if you’re only parking for a day or two, these lots are generally NOT cheaper than the private or airport-owned lots.

    Prices range from $3 - $14 / day

    Booking fees range from $0.50 - $6.00 (flat)

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    Hotel lots

    Hotel lots offer cheap parking options in many cases. The important thing to remember is that the websites linked below don’t actually operated the hotel parking or shuttles. The hotels do. You’re just booking through these sites kind of like you would with Orbitz or Travelocity for flights.

    Before using hotel lots, I’d recommend you read more about how these lots work on my airport parking overview page here.

    Important note: The only sites I’ve used personally in this list are OneStopParking.com and AirportParkingReservations.com, both of which worked fine for me. So keep in mind that I haven’t personally vetted the sites below except those two.

    FAQ's

    Depending on your lot and whether you choose to park on the airport or at one of the many 3rd party offsite lots you can expect to pay hourly rates between $3 and $4. Daily rates also vary but will be between $8 and $36. See our price tables above for more information about specific parking options.

    Yes, ATL offers a free cell phone parking lot for those drivers pickup up airline travelers. This is not a lot to be used by airline travelers. If you are parking in this lot, you must stay with your car at all times.

    Generally, hotel lots have the cheapest daily rates. 3rd party booking fees can mean those lots cost more than expected. Otherwise, third-party lots like Elite Parking offer daily parking rates as low as $8.00.

    While there are some valet parking services available at Atlanta-Hartsfield, most of those have been suspended. Check back regularly for updates on when these services return.

    Check with individual off-site parking providers for details on which offer EV parking (several do). ATL also offers some EV parking options at the following lots on the airport grounds:

    • North Domestic Daily Lot
    • South Domestic Daily Lot
    • ATL West Parking Deck
    • ATL Select
    • International Hourly Deck
    • International Park & Ride Deck

    Yes, You can park for free, without the hassle of circling the airport, in the cell phone lot on the airport grounds while you wait for your passenger to arrive.

    There are multiple available covered parking options. Most of the off-site third-party lots offer covered parking as a part of their regular rate services. Check the individual parking providers to see the offering specifics. On the airport grounds, you can find covered parking in the following locations:

    • ATL Select (covered parking costs more here)
    • Daily Parking Deck
    • International Park & Ride Deck

    You can park your motorcycle at any lot on or off the airport grounds. It is smart, though to choose a lot that has 24/7 security monitoring and a covered lot to best protect your motorcycle while you are traveling.

    Some 3rd party parking lots offer parking for oversized vehicles. Contact those companies directly to find out more about those services. On the airport, you can park in the ATL Select lot. Oversized vehicle rates are $6 per hour for up to 4 hours and $28 per day after that.

    If you lose your parking ticket for an on-airport lot, you'll be asked to pay the lot maximum for the duration of your stay.

    If you are parking in an off-airport lot, you can reserve your parking ahead of time to ensure available space upon your arrival. If you plan on parking in an airport-owned lot, you can tune into 830 AM on your radio for real-time parking availability information.

    Visit any of the 3rd party parking lot provider websites for easy booking. There are a number of travel sites that also offer booking for hotel parking lots surrounding the airport. There are two options for those looking to book their parking at an airport-owned lot. You can book parking at the International Hourly and Internation Park & Ride lots or at the ATL Wet Deck. ATL also has a Gold Reserve Parking program for frequent flyers. This program carries an activation fee, a parking transponder fee and a more than $400 minimum usage cost, so it really is only for those that fly from ATL quite often.

    Each 3rd party parking lot offers its own selection of amenities that range from free water bottles and luggage assistance to pet care and oil changes. Check the individual lot websites for more details.

    American Airlines is located in the Domestic Terminal at ATL. All domestic flights at ATL depart from Domestic Terminal. The Domestic Terminal at ATL is separated into five concourses: A, B, C, D, and T. Each concourse is outfitted with food and retail options as well as various airline passenger lounges. Look closely at your boarding pass for your gate information. The initial letter of that gate will indicate your departing concourse. The Sky Train connect the concourses for your convenience.

    Delta Airlines is located in the Domestic Terminal at ATL. All domestic flights at ATL depart from Domestic Terminal. The Domestic Terminal at ATL is separated into five concourses: A, B, C, D, and T. Each concourse is outfitted with food and retail options as well as various airline passenger lounges. Look closely at your boarding pass for your gate information. The initial letter of that gate will indicate your departing concourse. The Sky Train connect the concourses for your convenience.

    JetBlue Airlines is located in the Domestic Terminal at ATL. All domestic flights at ATL depart from Domestic Terminal. The Domestic Terminal at ATL is separated into five concourses: A, B, C, D, and T. Each concourse is outfitted with food and retail options as well as various airline passenger lounges. Look closely at your boarding pass for your gate information. The initial letter of that gate will indicate your departing concourse. The Sky Train connect the concourses for your convenience.

    Southwest Airlines is located in the Domestic Terminal at ATL. All domestic flights at ATL depart from Domestic Terminal. The Domestic Terminal at ATL is separated into five concourses: A, B, C, D, and T. Each concourse is outfitted with food and retail options as well as various airline passenger lounges. Look closely at your boarding pass for your gate information. The initial letter of that gate will indicate your departing concourse. The Sky Train connect the concourses for your convenience.

    United Airlines is located in the Domestic Terminal at ATL. All domestic flights at ATL depart from Domestic Terminal. The Domestic Terminal at ATL is separated into five concourses: A, B, C, D, and T. Each concourse is outfitted with food and retail options as well as various airline passenger lounges. Look closely at your boarding pass for your gate information. The initial letter of that gate will indicate your departing concourse. The Sky Train connect the concourses for your convenience.


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