The town rebuilt quickly after 1870 to become the self-titled Capital of the New South. Later, it marketed itself as ‘the next Great International City’ – a status confirmed when it hosted the 1996 Olympics, which led to the revitalisation of many neighbourhoods. The city today has an outdoorsy appeal to tourists as much as executives, with lush Botanical Gardens featuring a 40ft walkway through the treetops.
When travelling to Atlanta from London Heathrow in our World Traveller cabin (economy), you can now choose to pay for a wider choice of indulgent meals as an alternative to the complimentary in-flight meal. When travelling in First, Club World (business) or World Traveller Plus (premium economy) you have the option to make your meal selection in advance at no extra cost.