This New Private Terminal at Atlanta Airport Has Major Hotel-like Amenities — Complete With a Driver to Take You to Your Plane

PS' newest location feels more like a private members club than an airport terminal

<p>Galina Juliana </p>

Galina Juliana

Traveling through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) just got a major luxury boost.

The hub, which is the busiest airport in the world by passenger count, is now home to PS — a private terminal that provides you with all the luxuries you could dream of in an airport experience. For starters, it has its own TSA checkpoint, so there's no waiting in line. The main lounge is called the Salon, and with its elegant decor, it feels more like a private members' club than an airport terminal — and yes, there's a full-service bar and bites available, too.

<p>Galina Juliana</p>

Galina Juliana

Travelers who want even more exclusivity can reserve a Private Suite, which is essentially a private living room that comes with chef-prepared meals. Travelers can also book specialty spa and barber services during their stay.

Time with PS also comes with a ride right to the aircraft. (That's right, there's no stepping foot inside the main airport at all) In fact, you can even book PS Direct, a chauffeur service that will pick you (and your luggage) up straight from your aircraft and drive you home.

<p>Galina Juliana</p>

Galina Juliana

The Atlanta outpost is the second PS terminal in the country, with the first located at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

"Opening our second PS location in America’s busiest airport will bring the countless travelers that fly to and through Atlanta the convenience and luxury that has become synonymous with the PS brand," Amina Porter, CEO of PS, said in a statement to Travel + Leisure.

<p>Chad Baumer/Courtesy of PS</p> A rendering of the new PS private terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Chad Baumer/Courtesy of PS

A rendering of the new PS private terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

And the company has big plans for growth, with PS terminals opening in at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in 2024 and Miami International Airport (MIA) in 2025.

Now the part you've all been waiting for: what's the cost? The standard rate for the Salon is $1,095 per person, while a suite costs $4,850 and accommodates up to four travelers. But if ATL is your home airport and you plan on using PS frequently, you can actually become a member — annual fees range from $1,250 to $4,850 per year depending on the tiers — and your access rates will be discounted.

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