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ATL Stories: Step Back in Time with the Lunch Box Time Capsule

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By Jennifer OgunsolaCommunications Manager As a child, the end of the summer meant one thing — summer break was almost over, and you were headed back to school. Maybe you were different. But there aren’t too many kids excited to get back to the classroom for new lessons, especially if their summers were spent outside […]

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110 Million Reasons to Love ATL

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By Jennifer OgunsolaCommunications Manager When you walk through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), you feel the love from everywhere and everyone. Maybe it’s the focused traffic officer making sure that you are safe as you walk under the canopy into the terminal. Or it’s a fellow passenger helping you with your bags as you’re rushing onto […]

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Saving Thousands of Species, One Click at a Time

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Saving Thousands of Species, One Click at a Time By Jennifer Ogunsola Communications Manager Life’s toughest situations often reveal one’s true purpose, making way for remarkable things. Nearly 14 years ago, award-winning photographer, author, conservationist, and 2018 National Geographic Explorer of the Year Joel Sartore encountered this very dynamic. That’s when he took some time […]

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5 Ways to Ease the Stress of Holiday Travel at ATL

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By Jennifer Ogunsola Communications Manager Traveling under normal circumstances can be stressful. But what happens when you add the busiest holiday season at the world’s busiest airport to the mix? Most likely, the first things that come to mind are thoughts of delayed and canceled flights, of clogged roadways, and lines stretching beyond the horizon. […]

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ATL: VIEWS FROM THE TOP

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By Jennifer Ogunsola Communications Manager For all of the iconic structures that enhance the beauty of Atlanta, few are as unique and captivating as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, aka ATL. With roughly 900,000 flights in and out of ATL annually and over 107 million passengers on those flights, ATL is busy (in fact, it’s the […]

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Armored with a Legacy of Service and Love

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Drawing the connection between fighting fascism abroad and racism at home, 97-year-old WWII hero honored—for the first time ever—76 years after his homecoming By Jennifer Ogunsola Communications Manager The year was 1943. Franklin D. Roosevelt was in the White House, facing massive race riots that shook cities like Detroit, Harlem, and Los Angeles to their […]

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