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In 2001 Atlanta’s internaitonal airport was known as Hartsfield and was the world’s busiest airport, with a staggering 900,000 aircraft movements and 80,000,000 passengers.

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In 2001 Atlanta’s internaitonal airport was known as Hartsfield and was the world’s busiest airport, with a staggering 900,000 aircraft movements and 80,000,000 passengers. This is a major Delta/Delta Express hub, with everything from Brasilias, ATR’s through MD80’s, B737-200’s to B777’s, MD-11’s and L1011’s, with all three paint schemes, plus the Olympic painted B777 and B757 and new B767-400’s. We get some super runway shots along with overheads, landings, takeoffs, in your face taxiings. We’ll see Air France, Swissair, KLM, BA, Jamaica, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Martinair, China Air, plus all the usual American airlines.

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  1. 5 out of 5 AWSOME ATLANTA !!

    What a great DVD ! So much in your face action. Home to Delta Airlines, AirTran has a big appearance there also. Loads of international & other domestic carriers. I give this DVD a 5 star rating.

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  2. 5 out of 5 Atlanta International.

    What an exciting dvd. So much action and so many airlines. Delta Airlines is the donate airline there along with Delta Connection and Delta Express. Lots of international airlines as well. No wonder it is called the busiest airport in the world. Well worth the money.

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