The long wait times that occurred Monday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has city officials wondering how the airport will handle large crowds coming for the Super Bowl if the partial government shutdown continues.

In a transportation committee meeting Wednesday morning, Hartsfield-Jackson general manager John Selden said the airport expects 110,000 to 115,000 passengers the Monday after the game (Feb. 4) and is working with TSA to fly in 120 agents, 12 additional dog teams and…

Atlanta Business Journal
Hartsfield GM: If government shutdown persists Super Bowl Monday will be 'challenging morning'

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