Below are all flights to Atlanta (ATL), Georgia in United States. We compare cheap one-way and round trip flights to all US destinations including Atlanta airport from airlines including Delta Airlines (DL), Qantas Airways (QF), Korean Air (KE), Virgin Australia (VA). Discount return air fares to Atlanta start at $1546.79 from Virgin Australia (VA) to $2553.66 from Korean Air (KE). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Atlanta,United States (US).
|Flying With||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|Delta Airlines||04 September 2013||18 September 2013||Economy||$1,493.20|
|V Australia||19 July 2013||27 August 2013||Economy||$1,530.49|
|American Airlines||25 August 2013||17 September 2013||Economy||$1,580.33|
|Delta Airlines||30 June 2013||19 July 2013||Economy||$1,587.36|
|United Airlines||20 July 2013||06 August 2013||Economy||$1,694.29|
|Qantas Airways||19 July 2013||26 July 2013||Economy||$1,779.63|
|Delta Airlines||20 August 2013||05 September 2013||Economy||$1,848.55|
|Qantas Airways||26 October 2013||12 November 2013||Economy||$1,852.17|
|Delta Airlines||28 November 2013||17 January 2014||Economy||$1,857.41|
|V Australia||25 July 2013||16 August 2013||Economy||$1,958.51|
|V Australia||13 November 2013||30 November 2013||Economy||$1,991.03|
|China Airlines||01 October 2013||23 October 2013||Economy||$2,036.57|
|Delta Airlines||31 July 2013||30 August 2013||Economy||$2,052.47|
|Qantas Airways||28 June 2013||19 July 2013||Economy||$2,067.00|
|Qantas Airways||06 August 2013||27 August 2013||Economy||$2,073.12|
|United Airlines||18 September 2013||27 September 2013||Economy||$2,251.98|
|United Airlines||01 September 2013||21 September 2013||Economy||$2,314.55|
|United Airlines||24 June 2013||24 August 2013||Economy||$2,503.51|
|Korean Air||03 July 2013||25 July 2013||Economy||$2,553.66|
|Air Pacific||23 December 2013||13 January 2014||Economy||$2,647.24|
Atlanta, GeorgiaMost people only think of Atlanta as a place where they stop and ref uel their airplane or change to another one thanks to the fact that Atlanta has the largest and most advanced airport in the entire southeastern United States. However, it is also a major tourist destination, and an excellent place to stop over for a few days in for a cheap vacation.
Atlanta is mostly known for being the home of Coca-Cola, and an extensive museum maintained by the Coca-Cola corporation is the most notable tourist destination. Because the tour is free and it is concluded in a "sampling room" where one is permitted as much free soda as they can drink, it is a popular destination for those wishing to avoid the famous endless summer endemic to "Hotlanta." Other persons wishing to escape the heat may choose to visit "Atlanta Underground," an extensive network of shops and museums all located underground and away from the sun. Atlanta is also home to Six Flags over Georgia, one of the world's largest amusement parks, and home to several roller-coasters that, when constructed, were the fastest or longest ones in the world.
Those Australians who have a greater interest in American history will also find that the largest Civil War museums in the United States are located in Atlanta, most notably the Cyclorama, which is not only the world's largest painting, but the only painting which must be rotated at a rate of one revolution per hour so that guests can see all of it. Stone Mountain, another prominent Civil War memorial, is also located near Atlanta, and it is also the second largest single rock formation in the world, second only to Ayer's Rock.