Driving to Atlanta airport and need somewhere to park your car? You've come to the right place! Here on the ParkVia website, you will find somewhere to park your car just a short distance away from Atlanta airport. Booking is fast and simple – so why not get your trip off to the best possible start and pre-book parking here on the ParkVia website.
Atlanta airport parking has both open air and undercover parking spaces. The parking lot operator at Atlanta airport also operates a valet service, the easiest and most hassle-free way to park. Simply drop your car off at the car park entrance then board the shuttle bus provided. It couldn't be any easier. When you pre-book your Atlanta airport parking through the ParkVia website you can rest easy knowing that your vehicle's in safe hands whilst you're away.
For a guaranteed parking space just minutes away from Atlanta airport, choose parking through the ParkVia website now.
Finding a parking space is simple when you use the ParkVia website. To make a booking just add the dates and times that you want to drop off and pick up your vehicle and then click the ‘Search’ button. Next, just choose the car park you want, then fill out the booking form with all the information requested. Your booking is now complete! In a few minutes, you’ll receive a confirmation email of your booking, which includes all the information you’ll need for your journey.
If you need further help on how to book, please visit our ‘How to book’ page.
Atlanta Airport is located 7 miles south of the central business district of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The airport has 207 domestic and international gates. It is the primary hub of Delta Air Lines and ExpressJet.
On June 1, 1956 a flight to Montreal, Canada was the first international flight out of Atlanta. Atlanta's first scheduled international flight was the Delta/Pan Am interchange DC-8 to Europe starting in 1964. The first scheduled nonstop to a foreign country was a flight to Mexico City around 1972. Non-stop flights to Europe started in 1978 and to Asia in 1992–93.