First Arrival Into ATL Int Terminal – From Dublin

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The first flight has arrived into the Hartsfield International terminal. Delta flight 177 from Dublin Ireland arrived on time.





We’ll have more coverage later from the activities today including terminal curbside, check-in, terminal, SkyClub Cannon Hose for first departure 777 to Tokyo from on top of gate F1, and of course one of Delta’s signature cocktails.

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  1. Hi Perry – Plenty more on the way. I’ll need to upload them from my camera, but they’re coming.

    Hi Rapid – The coolest part was standing ON TOP of gate F1 watching the 777 to Tokyo being sprayed with water out of a cannon. Not a bad place to plane spot either and I got some great shots. Would have been great to stream live…

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