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Reviewed on May 29, 2018
Staff exceptional. Plane modern clean comfortable.
Wonderful service; friendly, helpful attendants! Truly enjoyable.
The last minute who hung of the gates is so frustrating. 5 different people including myself almost missed flights because the boards had one gate...only to find out that the gate changed without notice.
|Number of Daily Flights||20|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 18|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 19|
|Popular Airlines||Delta Air Lines|
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport (ATL) is located just south from Atlanta on I-85, a short drive from the downtown area, though there are also bus and light rail options available. To Lambert-St Louis International (STL), typical flight times are just over one hour. The airport is 15 miles down the I-70 from downtown, taxis are available just outside the terminal building. There is also a light rail option available that will take you to any part of St. Louis.
There's plenty to do in St. Louis besides visiting the 630 foot high Gateway Arch monument, although you have to see it. Visit the Missouri Civil War Museum or the city's Art Museum with its collection of modern pieces. Fans of baseball can visit the Busch Stadium to catch a Cardinals game, while children are catered for in The Magic House and its hands-on learning. Attractions in St. Louis range from parks to a lively nightlife, so you're guaranteed to have a wonderful time while visiting there.
Missouri's climate is continental, with hot summers and freezing winters. Spring and fall get very wet indeed, so visitors are advised to dress accordingly. The city's hotels are mostly found downtown on the banks of the Mississippi River. Music fans can take a side trip to Branson, Missouri, a city famous for its concerts of many well-known past and present faves.