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Boston is served by several airports. Logan International Airport (BOS) is the largest in the New England area. Passengers departing on discount flights from Boston to Atlanta will appreciate Terminal A's environmental elements, like solar-reflecting roof and windows, water-saving faucets, auto-dimming lights, and rainwater filtration. US Airways uses the southern gates of Terminal B, while American Airlines and Virgin America use the north end for their bargain Boston to Atlanta flights. Terminal C may eventually become dedicated to JetBlue. Military ID will get you into the USO Lounge there. Volpe International Terminal, or Terminal E, provides complete club and flight service for international airlines. AirTran, Southwest, and Sun Country are the only domestic airlines with gates here.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) has the most passengers, take-offs, and landings of any airport. Visitors arriving on cheap domestic Boston to Atlanta flights are served by MARTA's Red/Gold train service. The new international terminal has dedicated check-in, baggage claim, and parking. In addition, international passengers are no longer required to recheck and reclaim their baggage. The South Gate Complex (SGC), still under development, will house all domestic carriers offering low cost flights from Boston to Atlanta except Delta, who will then takeover the existing main terminal. A modern marvel, automated trams link the international terminal with Concourse E and will provide access from the SGC to the main terminal for arrivals on Boston to Atlanta flights.