Flight Path @ ATL Airport

Lights and forest sounds of birds chirping and a rain shower are being added to a huge $4.1 million art installation at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport that aims to simulate a walk through a forest.

The installation fills a 450-foot long underground walkway between Concourses A and B at the world’s busiest airport. It includes a simulated rain shower using lighting.

$4 million airport art installation coming to life

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