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It was designed to accommodate up to 55 million passengers per year and covered 2.5 million square feet (230,000 m²).
In April 2007 an "end-around taxiway" opened, Taxiway Victor.The old control tower, 585 feet (178 m) away from the new one, was demolished August 5, 2006.Atlanta City Council voted on October 20, 2003, to rename the airport Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, to honor former mayor Maynard Jackson, who died June 23, 2003.Hartsfield–Jackson began with a five-year, rent-free lease on 287 acres (116 ha) that was an abandoned auto racetrack named The Atlanta Speedway.The lease was signed on April 16, 1925, by Mayor Walter Sims, who committed the city to develop it into an airfield.
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The airport has international service within North America and to South America, Central America, Europe, Africa and Asia.