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One Way Flights to Atlanta


One-way flights to Atlanta

If you've landed on this page, you're probably looking to buy one-way flights to Atlanta and not sure where to start. Alternative Airlines has created a handy guide that shows you how to book one-way flights to Atlanta, as well as why you should buy one-way flights to Atlanta, the best airports to fly into Atlanta, popular routes and FAQ's.

One-way flights to Atlanta are tickets that fly you to Atlanta without having a return date booked to the destination you departed from. One-way flights to Atlanta are common among people who are planning to relocate to another city or are unsure about return travel dates. With one-way flights to Atlanta, you can stay for as long as you want to without having to worry about returning on a certain date.

Atlanta skyscrapers

Why fly one-way to the Atlanta?

Atlanta is filled with fun attractions that you most definitely don't want to miss out on! Downtown Atlanta is home to CNN, The World of Coca-Cola and the Georgia Aquarium. The best time to visit Atlanta is between March and May. These months are shoulder season in Atlanta, meaning that you can take advantage of the city's attractions without having to worry about crowds.

The best airport to fly into Atlanta is Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). This airport is a hub for major Delta Air Lines and a focus city of Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines and Spirit Airlines.

Atlanta skyscrapers at night

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is the primary international airport serving Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The airport is located 7 miles south of Downtown Atlanta. ATL handled over 75 million passengers in 2021, making it one of the busiest airports in the world. Hartsfield-Jackson is the primary hub for Delta Air Lines. The airport operates over 1,000 flights a day to over 225 destinations.

How to book one-way flights to Atlanta

It's really easy to book one-way flights to Atlanta when you book through Alternative Airlines! Our step-by-step guide below will show you how to book your one-way tickets to Atlanta from any departure airport that suits you!

  1. Using our booking tool at the top of the page, select the 'one-way' button as you're planning on booking a one-way flight to Atlanta. Then, enter the departure and arrival airports, along with the dates you plan to travel, the number of passengers and cabin class. Hit the 'Search Flights' button to progress!
  2. Once the results have loaded, you'll be shown all the available one-way routes to Atlanta according to your search. If you wish to fly with a specific airline, use the airline filter to select your preferred airline and narrow down your search. You can also use other filters to select the time you wish to arrive/depart!
  3. Once you have found the most suitable flight for you, hit the 'Confirm Selection' button to proceed to pay. Did you know you can secure your one-way flight to Atlanta with over 40 different ways to pay? These include Buy Now Pay Later options, Cryptocurrencies, Credit Cards and many more.

Use our flight search tool at the top of the page to navigate your search for one-way flights to Atlanta.

Popular one-way routes to Atlanta

There are a number of airlines that can fly you domestically or internationally to Atlanta. Below are listed some of the most popular routes when flying one way to Atlanta-ATL.

  • Las Vegas ✈ to Atlanta
  • Los Angles ✈ to Atlanta
  • New York ✈ to Atlanta
  • London ✈ to Atlanta
  • Amsterdam ✈ to Atlanta

Airlines flying one-way to Atlanta

At Alternative Airlines, we offer 600+ airlines for you to choose from when you book your flights through our site. The airlines listed below operate frequent one-way flights to Atlanta-ATL.

Air Canada ExpressMontreal, Toronto
Air FranceParis
Alaska AirlinesSeattle
American AirlinesCharlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Washington
American EagleCharlotte, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Washington
British AirwaysLondon Heathrow
Copa AirlinesPanama City
Delta Air Lines & Delta ConnectionAlbany, Albuquerque, Amsterdam, Appleton, Aruba, Asheville, Austin Baltimore, Bermuda, Birmingham, Bogota, Boise, Bonaire, Boston, Bozeman, Buenos Aires, and many more
Frontier AirlinesBaltimore, Buffalo, Cancun, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Las Vegas, Liberia, Miami, Montgo Bay, New Orleans, New York, San Antonio, San Franciso and many more
JetBlueBoston, Fort Lauderdale, New York
Korean AirSeoul-Incheon
Qatar AirwaysDoha
Southern Airways ExpressJackson
Southwest AirlinesAustin, Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Greenville, Houston, Jacksonville, Memphis, Miami, Nashville, New York, Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego and many more.
Spirit AirlinesAustin, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, Orlando, Tampa, and many more.
Turkish AirlinesIstanbul
United AirlinesChicago, Denver, Houston, Newark, San Francisco, Washington
United ExpressChicago, Denver, Houston, Newark, Washington
Virgin AtlanticLondon-Heathrow, Manchester

Why book one-way flights

There are many reasons why travellers book one-way tickets instead of round-trip tickets:

Cheaper flights

Some travellers book individual one-way tickets instead of a return ticket as it can often be cheaper. Round-trip flights can be more costly, depending on the airline you are flying with and the destinations you are flying to.

Greater flexibility

One-way flights are perfect for you if you're unsure when you'd like to return from your vacation. With a one-way ticket, you can be as flexible as you want - spend days, weeks or even months in your holiday destination! Whenever you're. ready to return back home, simply book a one-way ticket to the city you departed from originally.


If you're looking to relocate to another city or country, then one-way tickets are ideal for you! When moving abroad it can be difficult to determine when you'll want to return back to the destination you departed from. Return tickets are very restrictive in this context whereas with one-way flights you can fly back whenever you need.

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One-way flights to Atlanta FAQs

Where can I book one-way flights to Atlanta?

RIGHT HERE! When you book through Alternative Airlines you can book ANY one-way flight to Atlanta. Our helpful guide from earlier shows you exactly how to book one-way flights to Atlanta and apply filters to customise your booking. Use the search box at the top of the page to begin your search for one-way flights to Atlanta.

For an added layer of protection, you can add our insurance products such as Cancellation Protection and Lost Baggage Insurance service.

Can I book one-way flights to Atlanta and pay later?

Absolutely! When you make a one-way reservation to Atlanta with Alternative Airlines, you can break up the cost of your flight ticket over weekly, bi-weekly or monthly instalments. We have partnered with a number of Buy Now Pay Later options including Afterpay, Klarna, TendoPay, Zip, and Affirm, and many more! Please note that the payment method available at checkout will depend on the country you reside in and the currency you're paying.

Are one-way flights to Atlanta expensive?

Booking two separate one-way flights can occasionally be more affordable than booking a return ticket. However, this isn't always guaranteed. If you're looking to buy cheap flights to Atlanta we recommend that fly with low-cost airlines such as JetBlue, Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Frontier Airlines.

What is the difference between one-way and round-trip flights?

One-way flights enable you to travel without having to book a return journey. A round-trip flight also referred to as a return flight, is when you travel from one location to another and then, at a later date, return to your original departure city. (e.g., flying from London to Atlanta and flying back from Atlanta to London a week later).