Ready to take a free trip through the Atlanta airport's new international terminal? Pack your bags.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is seeking 1,500 volunteers to test the terminal two weeks before its May 16 opening.
On May 2 from 8:30 a.m. to noon, volunteers will run through an exercise simulating a full day of operations. They are asked to bring passports to "go through customs" and two packed pieces of luggage to cycle through the baggage handling systems.
The more diverse the group, the better, airport officials said.
"We need a wide variety of passenger types from diverse backgrounds to really put the facility through its paces during this exercise, said Balram Bheodari, interim deputy general manager who is in charge of the terminal activation team.
Potential volunteers will have to complete a survey and return it to the airport by March 30. Click here to complete the survey or to learn more.