Airport Shuttle Registration


Auburn shuttle service will operate for three (3) days only in January 2019 (January 2nd, 3rd, and 4th). If you arrive on a different day, you will need to arrange your own transportation. The AU shuttle will depart Atlanta several times daily between 10:00 AM and 10:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Airport Shuttle Registration is currently closed

If you registered for the shuttle, the below information will still be useful to you.

International Flights

If you are on an international flight that first enters the United States in Atlanta you will arrive at the International Terminal, also called Concourse F and pass through customs and immigration. This typically takes 1-2 hours. Once you have cleared customs you will proceed to the information desk in the arrivals lobby where you will be able see Auburn signs and Auburn representatives wearing bright orange shirts.

Domestic Flights

If you have a connecting flight to Atlanta via another city within the United States, you will arrive at the Domestic Terminal in Atlanta (having already passed through customs and immigration in a previous city). After collecting your baggage you should proceed to the “clock tower” in the Atrium as shown in the photo below. There you should see Auburn signs and Auburn representatives in bright orange shirts.

Commercial Shuttle

If you are unable to make use of Auburn’s free shuttle, you may want to use the commercial shuttle (not free).

Groome Transportation
Reservations Website:
Tele: (334) 821-3399 or

Airport Shuttle Instructions

Hartsfield Clock Tower Students arriving at the domestic terminal can meet the Auburn Airport Shuttle group by the clock tower in the atrium.

If you are arriving on American Airlines only, use these instructions.

Otherwise watch the International or Domestic Arrival instructional video below.

Domestic Terminal Instructions

International Terminal Instructions

If you have any difficulty with these instructions, registration, or videos, please email with a detailed explanation.

Last modified: January 7, 2019