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Prices starting at $41 for return flights and $21 for one-way flights to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl. were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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|Number Of Airlines Serving||15|
|Shortest Flight Departure Time||9:44AM CST|
|Shortest Flight Departure Date||Dec 6|
Check out the Covid-19 Travel Advisor for the most comprehensive information on travel restrictions and quarantine when getting a flight from Houston, TX Airport (IAH-George Bush Intercontinental) to Atlanta, GA Airport (ATL-Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl.).
You can find 3 carriers offering direct services from Houston, TX Airport (IAH-George Bush Intercontinental) to Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, so it might be an idea to have a think about what sorts of things you want from your airline. Check which of these has just what you're after:
It can take as little as 1 hour and 55 minutes to jet from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl. Airport (ATL). Buckle up and enjoy the journey, because you'll be coming in to land before long.
It takes a short and sweet 2 hours and 5 minutes on average to travel from IAH to ATL. Whip out that travel book and start circling the places you'd love to visit. It won't be long before you'll be exploring them yourself.
We get that traveling right now has its challenges, so it's good to know that many reservations booked through us are able to be cancelled or changed. If your travel plans to Atlanta, GA Airport (ATL-Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl.) have been affected by COVID-19, a lot of airlines are making things easier by offering credits to use at a later date. Just sign in to your account and you'll quickly see what options are available. Our Customer Service Portal is the place to go for more information.
In most cases you'll have the option to reschedule your flight to Atlanta, GA Airport (ATL-Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl.) without a change fee. All you have to do then is pay the difference between the old flight and the new one. Look for the "no change fees" filter and book with confidence.
Outstanding service, on-time reliability and superb in-flight entertainment are a few things that make for a comfortable journey with an airline. If you need to get from Houston, TX Airport (IAH-George Bush Intercontinental) to Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, why not fly with the best? Spirit Airlines (NK) operates 60 flights on this route each month. Alternatively, reserve your favorite seat with United Airlines (UA). You'll have 123 monthly flights between Houston and Atlanta to choose from with this company.
I appreciate United and Orbitz for allowing me to change my flight without penalties due to the corona virus.
Small leg room
Staff not that friendly. They spent more time conversing with one another and on their personal phones than with concerns of passengers. Hence person sitting next to me tested and talked almost duration of flight. Since attendants were doing the same, who do you tell!
very quick flight, an hour and 15 minutes Houston to Atlanta, so easy
It was a night flight from Denver to Atlanta and the flight attendants left us alone, which Zinprefer.
Didn't like that they didn't offer no free drinks or snacks. Everything was for purchase only. Other airlines offer free sodas, water and snacks. Very disappointed.. Tickets cost enough, then have to purchase a drink and snack to is unreal....
most uncomfortable seats ever. hope they can be upgraded soon !
Was unable to get seat till I got to the gate so even though I was 2 hours early got a middle seat on one flight.
Awesome landing by the pilot.
No gluten free options
Delayed flight caused me to miss my connection in Atlanta and Boston. Fortunate to have been rebooked on another carrier, but this will be a very long day and I now have a 90-minute drive to contend with as a consequence.
For 2 hours flight with more than one hour delay was not worth for the ticket price.
My son missed his flight cause they send an email saying his flight was changed. When his original flight was boarding the same time they claimed to be delayed. Now he has to wait 7 hours.
One delay after another - 4 hours in totlal
Tired and hungry
It confirms my decision to fly United ONLY when its the cheapest flight. The spectrum is from tepid awful to horrible experience. They need help!
This was the worst experience on a flight I have had outside of Northeastern snow chaos, hands down. The flight's connection in Houston was delayed because of weather in Chicago - that's fine. But then the flight was delayed for about forty-five minutes to an hour on the tarmac to take off. Then the flight was delayed an HOUR AND TEN MINUTES on the tarmac once it landed in Atlanta, for causes that WERE NOT EXPLAINED TO THE PASSENGERS. I overheard the stewardess mention to another stewardess that the plane at the gate had engine trouble and was stuck at the gate. But as an added wrinkle to the mystery, I couldn't tell if it was actually about the plane that left from Chicago, or the one occupying the gate in Atlanta. The lack of information was pretty astonishing. I felt bad for the pilot, who said to us that at one point the control tower had been ignoring his queries for over 15 minutes. I want to add that the seats in budget airlines are not appropriate for travel. I have only flown budget twice ever, once with Frontier, and now once with Spirit. These seats cause circulatory problems and pain for healthy people. I'm slender but I have an autoimmune condition that affects my urinary system, and I'm a guy. So the extra two hours in the plane left me broken after the flight, because, well, my back and testicles were on fire. I will never, ever fly Spirit again. On that note, I only flew this time because the difference between the budget airline and the next available flight on the regular airline was over $250 ($120 vs $350). On the way back, I'm flying United for $80 more than it would have cost to fly Spirit. Since it's $30-60 to have a carry-on bag (WHAT THE HELL), it literally makes no sense to ever fly a budget airline. What's the point of passing costs onto consumers if it kills them?
One employer threw her phone at the baggage X-ray because we asked where to go for lost baggage and she gave a different answer than everyone else. Turns out she was wrong and gave us bad directions. She threw her phone. An adult you employee threw her phone. What is that? You lost my bags and she gets pissed at me? Absolutely horrible experience. Terrible staff. Hateful people.
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