What to think about when treveling to Greece

GREECE is drawing consistently nearer to leaving the euro, it appears. The nation’s monetary burdens ought to, on the substance of it, be uplifting news for the spots with which it vies for voyagers. A week ago, the British government exhorted voyagers to stock up with all the money they may require before flying out to Greece. Pictures of long lines outside cashpoints and stresses over the dependability of doctor’s facilities, air terminals and so forth are, doubtlessly, making guests consider choices, for example, Spain and Italy.

Undoubtedly, contenders could procure a twofold profit by the inconvenience on the euro zone’s south-east tip. Not just will travelers re-course from the Aegean to the Mediterranean, however the emergency has pushed the estimation of the euro down, implying that such places are likewise more appealing to holidaymakers from outside the euro zone.

For Greece, a breakdown in tourism receipts will be destroying. The nation depends intensely on pulling in outsiders to its shorelines and memorable locales. Travel and tourism contributed an aggregate of €28.3 billion ($31.3 billion) to the economy in 2013—or 16.3% of GDP. With summer bookings so essential, the imaginable finish of the emergency in right on time July couldn’t have been timed more awful.

For all that, be that as it may, contending nations would do well not to be excessively bullish. The quick financial effect of dropping out of the euro zone would doubtlessly be more wretchedness. In any case, an arrival to the drachma, which will without a doubt be downgraded, will make Greece less expensive than its rivals in the medium term. Hoteliers and restaurateurs may want to be exchanging the single cash in any case, accepting they can hang on for a couple of years, the option may not as calamitous as they apprehens

Travel to Dallas

Fifteen years back, the introductory in Dallas’ moniker—the Big D—remained for “Forsook.” After 5 p.m., office laborers fled the downtown made celebrated by J.R. Ewing and his oil-pumping tribe, leaving nary a spirit among its elevated structures and roads.

Today J.R’s. famous Dallas Stetson rests in Downtown’s Old Red Museum, while several eateries and a shining cluster of social organizations are baiting local people back to the city’s focal business area to live by the thousands—and welcoming guests to come investigate.

“We’ve exchanged the ‘Enormous Hair, Big Cars’ [stereotype] for a genuine cosmopolitan energy,” watches Andrew Bottomley, culinary expert attendant of the Joule Hotel, a coolly exquisite 160-room desert garden that serves as flask and watering gap for the area.

“[Dallasites] used to need to take a gander at Downtown. Presently they need to live in it,” says land dealer Steve Shepherd, who lives on the fifteenth floor of a repurposed mid-century bank building. “Downtown now gives you a genuine feeling of group. It’s what individuals are searching for.”

Voyagers can take in the sights as effortlessly from the free, pink-shaded D-Link transport as they can from a position of great authority in the Reunion Tower, a 561-foot-tall bond and-glass candy that blasts daily into a LED-fueled light appear to remember everything from St. Patrick’s Day to gay pride. Today, with regards to its downtown, the Big “D” remains for “Delightful.”

Here are ten motivations to visit:

Opened in 2003 and planned by Renzo Piano, the Nasher Sculpture Center merges a patio nursery brimming with contemporary craftsmanship with warm inside exhibitions to frame the core of the Dallas Arts District, a segment of Downtown that additionally incorporates the Winspear Opera House and Wyly Theater.

It is safe to say that you are being viewed? That would be a “yes,” in case you’re strolling past 1607 Main Street, where Chicago-based contemporary craftsman Tony Tasset moved a tremendous eyeball, displayed after his own postnatal depression, into a vest-pocket park. The three-story pop-workmanship motivated peeper, Eye, is a touch red, however it’s surely a head turner.

The Dallas Farmers Market, situated in another local location on the southeastern cusp of Downtown, is conveying urban living to new statures with its emphasis on Texas-cultivated and natural vegetables and organic products.

The sanctuary of Texas style, the leader Neiman Marcus retail chain, has conveyed smooth high fashion to the American heartland since it opened its entryways on Main Street in 1914. Indeed, even today, during a time of winding down client administration, customers applaud the store’s useful staff and form forward finds.

On the off chance that expressways circle Downtown Dallas like a canal, Klyde Warren Park goes about as a scaffold to the city’s external center. The 5.2-section of land “deck” park constructed specifically on Woodall Rodgers Freeway interfaces Downtown to the rich Uptown neighborhood and includes pop-up wellsprings, a kids’ play area, many trees, a lunchtime sustenance truck gathering, and Sunday morning yoga. Arrangements are in the air for four all the more downtown stops.

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealy Plaza digs into the occasions encompassing the death of U.S. President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Based on the same building floor from which Lee Harvey Oswald shot his rifle, the gallery’s keen and moving shows—highlighted by video, photos, and courses of events—put the heartbreaking day in connection, guaranteeing its importance for a considerable length of time to come.

The Dallas Museum of Art, opposite the Nasher Sculpture Center, has the sort of displays (notwithstanding the more than 23,000 show-stoppers involving its lasting gathering) and excitement that wins grants. Known for its American and European works of art, the DMA additionally has great enhancing expressions property. Tip: Make beyond any doubt to look at the generation of a French manor outlined by the unbelievable Coco Chanel.

On the off chance that Dallas had a Brooklyn, it may be the eastside Deep Ellum, whose variety of music venues, bottling works, and grill joints loans a young, fashionable person patina to what was once scruffy stockrooms and pool corridors. A reward: the area is gotten to effortlessly from Downtown by DART, the city’s streetcar. Hungry? You can’t beat the $8 pulled-pork sandwich at Pecan Lodge. The goal-oriented request the $9 “Chaotic situation,” highlighting destroyed brisket, chipotle cream, cheddar, and ocean salt-crusted sweet potatoes.

Downtown flourishes with watering openings good to go to extinguish a late-night thirst, however none is as rich as Midnight Rambler, a restless mixed drink bar in the Hotel Joule that elements creations, for example, the “Cobra Snake Necktie” and their mark “Sleeves and Buttons,” presented with spiced whiskey and stone organic product.

There are actually several Downtown eateries, however one not to miss is Lark on the Park, another bistro abutting Klyde Warren Park. Informal breakfast highlights incorporate moderate trickle espresso (consumers are given a little hourglass to impeccably time their first taste) and the shishito (sweet-pepper) omelet with caramelized onions, cheddar, habanero-corn salsa, and l

Top travel destinations

To compile our annual list of the best places to travel in the upcoming year, T+L editors thoroughly and meticulously consider a variety of factors. Which under-the-radar gems are most exciting to our network of contributing writers and global correspondents? Which destinations are our A-List travel specialists fielding requests for? Which classic vacation spots are starting to emerge—but for entirely new and compelling reasons? Which global events and changes in travel restrictions have made certain destinations easier to get to?

This year’s list ranges from the Andaman Islands, off India (which impressed even the most discerning ocean-lover, Jacques Cousteau), to an unspoiled stretch of the Caribbean, and nine other beach destinations with sun, sand, and beautiful views. For food lovers, we’ve got everything from Ghent, Belgium (where a group of young chefs is leading the culinary revolution and plans for a massive food hall are under way), to the canal town of Aarhus, Denmark, which is stepping out of Copenhagen’s shadow with three Michelin-starred restaurants of its own.

Closer to home, once-overlooked spots have proven themselves worthy of another glance. The bike-friendly town of Richmond, Virginia, has standout architecture, a burgeoning art and food scene, and a brand-new design hotel. Detroit’s renewal has been on our radar for a while, and with signs of life springing up in its abandoned buildings—including a hotel that set up shop in a historic fire-department headquarters—it’s finally earned a much-deserved spot on this list. And in San Antonio, the Roman and Williams–designed Hotel Emma, in a former brewhouse, sits at the heart of the restaurant- and shopping-packed Pearl district.

In the geopolitical sphere, the recently signed nuclear deal between Iran and the UN security council has opened up opportunities for Americans to more readily visit the cosmopolitan capital of Tehran and the mosques of Kashan. And while Cuba  was onlast year’s list, a spate of new cruises that dock in Havana—all thanks to eased travel restrictions for Americans—mean the destination is continuing to blossom. Cruise ships are also heading to Batumi, in Georgia, with its gorgeous botanical garden. It’s a Black Sea port that’s gaining attention from the big cruise brands given the safety concerns in Ukraine.

Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway close to home, a farther-flung bucket-list trip—or even a multi-stop tour that combines, say, the art- and design-filled Taipei, the classic Chinese retreat of Hangzhou, and the hip surf community of Canggu, Bali—consider the 50 incredible destinations on this list a road map for your planning and inspiration in 2016.

Travel to Cuba

In 2015, no spot has spellbound explorers entirely like Cuba. As discretionary scaffolds are gradually modified, Americans are getting a long-overlooked taste of what the Caribbean island brings to the table: all encompassing waterfronts, constant salsa music, and kodachrome neighborhoods droning with vitality and sparkling with mosaics and wall paintings. Which is the reason, figuring in with info from editors, essayists, travel specialists, and a large number of votes from perusers, Travel + Leisure has named Cuba its 2015 Destination of the Year.

December 30, 2015by Melanie Lieberman

At the point when T+L sent essayist Gary Shteyngart and picture taker Frederic Lagrange to Cuba in January 2015, there was little method for knowing exactly how quickly, or significantly, things would change for the nation. Shteyngart reported “flying into one Cuba and out of another.” He had arrived generally as the Obama organization made real moves to re-set up strategic relations.

When Shteyngart’s endorsed “individuals to-individuals” visit scattered, Americans could (pretty much) visit the nation on something of an “honor framework.” Lagrange’s photos catch a comparative story: a spot protected in golden, nearly a colossal social movement.

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Tanveer Badal

Travel + Leisure is continually searching out the following, incredible spots to travel, and for some odd reason the most inebriating destination in 2015 lies only 90 miles south of Key West, Florida. It’s truly nothing unexpected that Cuba has earned the title of Destination of the Year. All things considered, it’s been taboo organic product for American voyagers for more than a large portion of a century—Cuba is the main nation the U.S. has ever banned its natives from going by. It wasn’t until this time a year ago that the Obama organization essentially facilitated travel confinements.

Impelled by explorer eagerness for an available Cuba, aircrafts, journey organizations, and ship administrations have mixed to offer a path in. It happened rapidly; the appeal of the island’s chance case qualities—like obsolescent Ford Fairlanes and Buick LeSabre convertibles snarling down cobblestone boulevards—might blur quick, regardless of the fact that the Che Guevara pictures on Havana’s Art Deco and pilgrim façades remain.

Tanveer Badal

Despite the fact that the defrosting of discretionary pressures apparently started in 2009, when President Obama made it less demanding for Cuban-Americans to visit and give budgetary help to relatives in Cuba, the nation genuinely opened up just in the most recent year:

“I simply spent the most recent four days shooting my demonstrate all around the city of Havana. I made endless companions and had one of the best encounters of my life. Numerous giggles, yet that could likewise have been the rum.” – Conan O’Brien

December 17, 2014: Obama’s Plan

The Obama organization reported arrangements to restore conciliatory connections between the U.S. what’s more, Cuba. In doing as such, President Obama made travel ever less demanding.

January 16, 2015: Rules Ease Up

Straight, relax on-the-shoreline tourism is still restricted, however new guidelines made it feasible for Americans to go to Cuba without applying for a permit, insofar as the trek stayed inside of 12 pre-endorsed, and rather dubious, classes. Best of all? Americans can now bring move down to $400 in gifts, and $100 of that can be rum and tobacco.

Walk 1, 2015: Credit Cards Accepted

MasterCard unblocked use to Cuba, permitting American charge card holders to utilize plastic on their ventures.

Walk 4, 2015: Conan Arrives

Conon O’Brien circulated an one-hour exceptional, Conan from Cuba. The entertainer, wearing a white material suit, got intoxicated at the Havana Club Rum Museum, endeavored to move the rumba, and figured out how to roll a Cuban stogie.

April 2, 2015: AirBnb Arrives

More than 1,000 AirBnb postings in Cuba showed up on the home rental site—and the number has effortlessly multiplied subsequent to. With a noteworthy absence of inn base, the nation’s current system of casas particulares (guesthouses) is critical for pleasing the deluge of voyagers.

Cuba Cars

Clockwise from upper left: Stefano Torrione/Hemis/Corbis, Frederic Lagrange, Holly Wilmeth/Getty Images, Frederic Lagrange, Tanveer Badal, Frederic Lagrange

April 15, 2015: Online Booking

CheapAir.com turned into the first occupying site to offer tickets for flights to Cuba.

Might 6, 2015: Ferries

Four traveler ships got the “thumbs up” from the U.S. to start trips in the middle of Florida and Havana.

“We have seen an occasion which filled us with trust: the procedure of normalizing relations between two people groups taking after years of irritation.” – Pope Francis

Might 29, 2015: Open for Business

Cuba might at present be under a U.S. financial ban, yet it dropped off the State Sponsors of Terrorism rundown this late spring. Presently, privately owned businesses and banks can do approved business with the nation.

July 3, 2015: JetBlue in Havana

JetBlue made its first flight from New York City to Havana, turning into the first major U.S. transporter to make the excursion. The carrier makes the flight once every week, leaving NYC at twelve on Friday and returning later that night.

August 14, 2015: Embassy Opens

John Kerry commended the reviving of the U.S. government office in Havana. He was the first Secretary of State to visit the nation in over 70 years, and the Stars and Stripes hadn’t flown over the government office in 54.

September 17, 2015: Verizon Dials In

Verizon declared that it would turn into the first U.S. remote organization to bolster wandering in Cuba, permitting voyagers to content, make calls, and utilize information (for a difficult to accept $2.99 a moment, or $2.05 per megabyte of information, obviously).

September 21, 2015: The Pope Visits

On his way to the U.S., Pope Francis made a pit stop at the Cuban urban areas of Havana, Holguín, and Santiago—the importance of that choice did not go unnoticed.

Cuba, Tobacco Fields

Frederic Lagrange

December 12, 2015: LAX > HAV

American Airlines started working direct flights between Los Angeles International Airport and José Martí International Airport in Havana—the main residential bearer to offer constant administration between the West Coast and Cuba.

December 16, 2015: Commercial Air Travel Resumes

Without precedent for over 50 years, the U.S. what’s more, Cuba shook hands, consenting to resume customary business air travel. Tourism is still illicit, yet the choice will make it less demanding and more moderate for both U.S. and also Cuban subjects to fly forward and backward between the two countries.

What’s more, that is exactly what’s happened in the most recent year. Come May, Carnival Corporation’s “social effect travel” brand, Fathom, will set sail to Cuba, offering Cuba occasions with live exhibitions and workshops at the ports-of-call.

Cuba might not have any Michelin stars (yet) but rather its culinary scene is sprouting, thanks to some extent to exclusive paladares serving everything from ropa vieja to lechita—fish in a juices of coconut milk, tomato, garlic, and flavors—and enthusiasm from expert gourmet experts Massimo Bottura, Andoni Luis Aduriz, and Enrique Olvera.

American tourism expanded by no less than 36 percent this year, and the interest for lodging is taking off. No less than 30 or more new inns underway, including Accor’s Pullman Cayo Coco, which will be the nation’s first inn to offer wi-fi in each room.

Cuba representations

Upper right: Tanveer Badal; Others: Frederic Lagrange

“In transit down the staircase and into the muggy Havana night, he lets me know, we need to open up to the world. There’s no other way.” – Gary Shteyngart

There’s no preferable time over now to visit Cuba—while the nation still keeps up the harsh, blurred nature of a vintage photo. Cuba’s must-see urban areas are prone to change the quickest, including Trinidad (where time slips considerably more remote back to the period of Spanish conquistadors and sugarcane ranches) and beach front Baracoa. As of now, extravagance golf resorts and media craftsmanship spaces are springing up the nation over, and the airplane terminal is getting some greatly required remodels.

Whether you arrive yourself (for those with uncommonly profound wallets, there’s a $65,950 private plane trek) or settle on a composed get-away, similar to Black Tomato and Travel + Leisure’s rich 8-night travel, this destination guarantees to charm, enliven, and astound—eve

Côte d’Or, France

Best Vantage on Vintage France

With vineyards first planted by ancient Romans, the Côte d’Or—the most revered winemaking area in Burgundy (Bourgogne)—draws wine pilgrims from around the globe. Natives here insist there’s no place in France with wine traditions more deeply rooted, more consciously cherished. They have something else to be proud of: In July 2015, UNESCO inscribed the region on its World Heritage List. Plans for a new wine center, the Cité des Vins de Bourgogne, will further celebrate this hallowed terroir.

A far cry from Bordeaux’s flat landscape, historically dominated by aristocratic families, the fabled chalk slopes of the Côte d’Or form a snaking ribbon of land in some places no more than a third of a mile wide. This labyrinthine wine terrain about three hours’ drive southeast of Paris is owned by hundreds of farmers, many of them descendants of peasant families and some with just three rows of vines in a field the size of a bowling alley.

Rent a bicycle to taste your way along the Route des Grands Crus, which includes oenophile-magnet vineyards in Puligny-Montrachet. At neighborhood haunt La Grilladine, in the medieval town of Beaune, pair the beef bourguignonne with one of the local vieilles vignes (wine from old vines). End the day at Hôtel Le Cep, in Beaune’s historic heart. Third-generation family owner Jean-Claude Bernard sets the tone, worldly yet down-to-earth. Which is to say, Burgundian to the core. —Liz Beatty

Travel Tips

When to Go: July for the Beaune International Festival of Baroque Opera; October and November for harvest festivals and fall foliage

How to Get Around: From Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport, take a direct TGV high-speed train to Dijon or to Beaune (summer only). From Dijon, you can take a walk lasting several days (depending on the amount of wine consumed) or rent a car to follow the 37-mile Route des Grands Crus south to Santenay. In Beaune, the better option is renting a bike (March through November) to pedal the Voie des Vignes (Vineyard Way) vélo (bike) route to Santenay.
Where to Stay: After touring the vineyards, relax by the heated outdoor pool or in the sauna at Le Clos de la Challangette in Beaune. The unconventional property has two guesthouses with five rooms, two apartments, and two replica wooden Gypsy caravans with curved ceilings, a bedroom, and a bathroom.

What to Eat or Drink: In Gevrey-Chambertin, world-famous for its Grand Cru vineyards, stop for lunch or dinner at cozy Bistrot Lucien in the hotel La Rôtisserie du Chambertin. Pair an earthy village Pinot Noir with a traditional dish such as the jambon persillé (ham, parsley, and jelly) terrine, snails, or beef bourguignonne.

What to Buy: Fromagerie Gaugry in Brochon is one of the only dairies still producing authentic raw milk Époisses cheese. The washed-rind soft cheese originated in Burgundy in the 16th century and is available to sample and buy in the dairy’s shop. Other Gaugry cheeses are sold in the shop, along with regional products such as Dijon mustard and gingerbread. While at the dairy, watch the cheesemakers at work. Closed Sundays.
What to Watch Before You Go: The award-winning documentary A Year in Burgundy (Kino Lorber films, 2013) is a season-by-season look at the lives of seven Burgundian winemaking families.
Cultural Tip: Basic French dining etiquette includes keeping both wrists on the table, speaking softly in restaurants, and not taking a second helping from the cheese platter.

Helpful Links: Burgundy Tourism, Burgundy by Bike, Beaune and Pays Beaunois Tourist Office, and Gevrey-Chambertin Tourist Office

Fun Fact: The iconic U.S. car brand Chevrolet has roots in the Côte d’Or. Louis Joseph Chevrolet, the race-car driver who designed the first Chevrolet for General Motors, moved to Beaune as a child. During his teen years in Burgundy, he worked as a wine-cellar guide, and built, sold, repaired, and raced bicycles.

The most busy airports in the world

As clamoring as airplane terminals as of now seem to be, they’re going to get much all the more in this way, if examiners are right.

Industry exchange bunch Airlines for America appraises that 222 million travelers will fly on US transporters between June 1 and August 31, 2015, surpassing the past record set in 2007. Among those travelers will be an unbelievable 31 million individuals on global flights.

This will push up the quantity of voyagers ignoring through air terminals all the world.
Charles de Gaulle Airport

Charles de Gaulle Airport

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Number of Passengers: 63.8 million

Proprietor and Operator: Aeroports de Paris

Named for the previous French general and president, Charles de Gaulle Airport was finished in 1974 and is currently the second-busiest air terminal in Europe. Terminal 1 is known for its one of a kind rotunda plan, circled by seven satellite structures. The airplane terminal serves as the central center for Air France and is a noteworthy European center point for Delta Air Lines.

Chicago O’Hare International Airport

Chicago O’Hare International Airport

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Number of Passengers: 69.9 million

Proprietor/Operator: City of Chicago/Chicago Department of Aviation

Since opening in 1955, Chicago O’Hare has reliably been one of the busiest traveler centers on the planet. As far as departures and arrivals, it’s the busiest air terminal on the planet; more than 888,000 air ship developments occurred amid the 12-month period finishing April 21. It serves near 40 distinct aircrafts and gives non-stop flights to more than 60 worldwide destinations.

Dubai International Airport

Dubai International Airport

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Number of Passengers: 70.4 million

Proprietor/Operator: Government of Dubai/Dubai Airports Company

As the head air terminal in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai International is the world’s busiest airplane terminal as far as universal travelers; in 2014 it served almost 70 million explorers from abroad. Dubai Duty Free, which works out of DXB, is the best air terminal retailer, creating $1.8 billion in 2013 alone. Furthermore, when Terminal 3 was finished in 2008, it was the world’s biggest building, an honor it held until 2013.

Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles International Airport

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Number of Passengers: 70.6 million

Proprietor/Operator: City of Los Angeles/Los Angeles World Airports

Careless is not only the fifth-busiest air terminal on the planet. It’s additionally the busiest starting point and destination air terminal, implying that with respect to different air terminals, numerous more voyagers start or end their outings in Los Angeles than use it as an association. With a 6% year-over-year increment in travelers somewhere around 2013 and 2014, LAX has one of the most grounded activity development rates on the planet.

Haneda International Airport

Haneda International Airport

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Number of Passengers: 72.8 million

Administrators: Japan Civil Aviation Bureau, Japan Airport Terminal Co., Tokyo International Air Terminal Corp.

Otherwise called Tokyo International, Haneda Airport is the second busiest in Asia, ready to handle 90 million travelers a year. It may soon achieve that level, as it saw a wonderful 5.7% year-over-year development in traveler activity somewhere around 2013 and 2014. Having won the offer for the 2020 Summer Olympics, the Japanese government arrangements to build air terminal limit significantly advance.

London Heathrow Airport

London Heathrow Airport

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Number of Passengers: 73.4 million

Proprietor/Operator: Heathrow Airport Holdings/Heathrow Airport Limited

For quite a long time, London Heathrow was the world’s busiest air terminal as far as global traveler activity. Serving 185 destinations in 84 nations, the British airplane terminal has a high rate of outside explorers — 93% in 2014. In the past called London Airport, it got the name “Heathrow” in 1966, after the medieval villa that was annihilated in 1944 to make space for the airplane terminal.

Beijing Capital International Airport

Beijing Capital International Airport

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Number of Passengers: 86.1 million

Administrator: Beijing Capital International Airport Company Limited

Beijing Capital is effortlessly Asia’s busiest airplane terminal, serving 13 million a bigger number of individuals than Tokyo International in 2014. To get ready for the 2008 Summer Olympics, Beijing Capital included the mammoth Terminal 3, as of now the 6th biggest building on the planet. The airplane terminal serves as the principle center point for Air China, which flies out of Beijing to more than 120 destinations.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

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Number of Passengers: 96.1 million

Proprietor/Operator: City of Atlanta/Atlanta Department of Aviation

Opened in September 1980, Hartsfield-Jackson has remained the world’s busiest traveler airplane terminal since 1998. As far as departures and arrivals, it’s the second busiest. Adding to the airplane terminal’s unmistakable quality is Atlanta’s advantageous area, a minor two-hour flight from 80% of the US populac