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Atlanta Airport Honors 50 Years of Pride

The Atlanta airport at night lit up in rainbow colors to celebrate 50 years of LGBTQ Pride

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Atlanta's Pride, the the world's largest airline hub was recently lit up in rainbow colors. 

Atlanta's Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport recently celebrated the city's 50th anniversary LGBTQ+ Pride celebration with an LED display of rainbow colors. The Pride events went virtual this year and was celebrated September 25- October 22. 

The primary hub of Delta Air Lines, and major city for carriers Frontier Airlines and Southwest Airlines, the international airport sees more air traffic than any other around the globe.

“In commemoration of 50 years of Atlanta Pride, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport were proud to illuminate the world’s busiest airport in the colors of the Pride flag,”  Malik Brown, director of LGBTQ affairs, Office of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, tells Out Traveler. “The Atlanta airport will always be open to all, no matter who you are or who you love.” 

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