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Delta Connection at ATL

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This summer I am flying to Paris, from Seattle, with a layover in Atlanta. It is a tight connection so I am trying to get a feel for what I need to do to not miss the flight. I arrive from Seattle on Delta 2368, which Delta tells me usually arrives into gate A13. I asked them what area the flight to Paris (Delta 22) leaves from, but the lady at Delta was useless and did not give me any answer other than she didn't know. I realize that they don't have the exact details for July for that, but a general idea of what the norm is would greatly help me.

So, I am hoping there is someone here who is familiar with the Atlanta airport and Delta that can give me an idea of how far I will need to go to make the connection? BTW, I already tried to change the flight to have a longer connection, but that did not pan out.

Thanks!

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