ATLANTA (AP) -- Officials at the world's busiest airport in Atlanta say they are considering adding more shuttle buses to and from its new international terminal after complaints from passengers.
Craig Kimbrough of Atlanta says he waited in line for a shuttle bus for about 45 minutes last week after returning from a flight from Dubai. The shuttles take passengers from the international terminal to their cars or the airport MARTA station.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that passengers complain the shuttles are too small, and there aren't enough of them.
Airport general manager Louis Miller says the airport has 14 international terminal shuttles and is considering adding more from its park-and-ride shuttle fleet.
The new $1.4 billion international terminal opened this month at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
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