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Low Season:
July
Best time to beat the crowds
2%
expected price decrease
High Season:
March
Most popular time to fly
9%
expected price increase
Average Price:
$349
(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)
Good Deal:
$253
or less (round trip)

When to Book Flights from Providence-TFGreen to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

Average price per month
Flight prices as travel date approaches
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Top tips for Finding a Cheap Flight

Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $252 or less.
The cheapest flight from Providence-TFGreen to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson was found 67 days before departure, on average.
Book at least 3 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
High season is considered to be February, March and April. The cheapest month to fly is July.
Morning departure is around 17% cheaper than an evening flight, on average*.
*Average of the lowest prices shown in KAYAK’s search results for departures within the next 30 days

FAQs for Booking Providence-TFGreen to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Flights

How long does a flight from Providence-TFGreen to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson take?
An average nonstop flight takes 2h 39m, covering a distance of 902 miles.
How many flights are there between Providence-TFGreen and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson?
There are 229 (nonstop) flights between Providence-TFGreen and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson per week, averaging 33 per day.
Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Providence-TFGreen to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson?
In the past 3 days, the cheapest round-trip tickets were found on Delta ($171) and American Airlines ($245)
Do I need a passport to fly between Providence-TFGreen and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson?
No.
Which airlines fly most frequently between Providence-TFGreen and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson?
Delta (8 times daily), KLM (7 times daily), Virgin Atlantic (5 times daily) are the most frequent flyers on this route.
What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly Providence-TFGreen to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson?
For Providence-TFGreen to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, Monday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Friday is the most expensive. Flying from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson back to Providence-TFGreen, the best deals are generally found on Friday, with Saturday being the most expensive.

Book cheap flights from Providence-TFGreen to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson (round-trip)

Airports
Origin
Providence
$171
only
$171
Destination
Atlanta
$171
only
$171
Mon, Feb 26
PVD
ATL
3h 01m
Fri, Mar 2
ATL
PVD
2h 33m
Trip: 5 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
SAN
LAX
Excellent 10.0

on time

SYR
JFK
Good 7.0

Nothing Special

LAX
CUN
Mediocre 2.6

Terrible customer service both on the phone before the flight, but Especially from the gate agent. Wow she was really horrible.

The flight attendants on board were good! They helped get everything straight. Easily could have been handled by the incompetent gate agent. Wow.

TUS
SEA
Excellent 10.0

Delta did a really good job as always. Cheaper, more comfortable, and a WAY better experience than Alaska Airlines.

Nothing.

MSY
JFK
Excellent 10.0

The overhead bin did not stay down low enough so that I could place my bag in. It would lower then before I could place my bag raise slightly by a few inches. For someone of my height (5’5”) that was problematic. Fortunately another passenger saw my dilemma and held the bin lower to its full opening capacity. This also momentarily slowed down the boarding process.

Thu, Mar 29
PVD
ATL
4h 46m
Sun, Apr 1
ATL
PVD
4h 51m
Trip: 4 days
7.2GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.2 Good
Based on 27225 reviews
Overall
7.3
Boarding
7.5
Comfort
7.1
Crew
7.8
Entertainment
6.7
Food
6.6
CLT
LHR
Excellent 10.0

Departure and arrival time

Nothing

PHL
LHR
Good 7.3

Range of entertainment options, one crew member was terrific

Comfort of bed, some crew members snarky, old aircraft

DFW
YYZ
Okay 4.6

Lucked out with extra legroom seat. Seat was broken though.

The whole customs process is a seemingly endless mess.

DFW
COS
Excellent 10.0

Great service

PHL
ORD
Mediocre 2.0

The baggage customer service said the crew will wait for us, but they never did. THANKS for NOTHING!

Sun, Mar 4
PVD
ATL
2h 47m
Sat, Mar 10
ATL
PVD
2h 26m
Trip: 7 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
BOS
MKE
Excellent 10.0

Direct flight, on time, friendly crew, smooth flight

LAX
CUN
Mediocre 2.6

Terrible customer service both on the phone before the flight, but Especially from the gate agent. Wow she was really horrible.

The flight attendants on board were good! They helped get everything straight. Easily could have been handled by the incompetent gate agent. Wow.

YUL
DTW
Mediocre 2.0

Not applied

Not applied

PVD
ATL
Okay 5.6

While the process was confusing, the staff were quite pleasant and actually seemed to enjoy their job.

The boarding process is very confusing. There are so many different boarding priorities and programs, it is difficult to know where you are in the boarding process. Even if you have a ticket labeled as Group 1, you may still be one of the last boarded because of all the different programs that have priority over you. Would be better to limit the advance boarding to people who need extra help and a single program. This leads to the question, why are there so many different programs? Wouldn't it be easier to have a single loyalty program? If you don't qualify for advance boarding because you did not purchase a first class seat, or you haven't reached the advance boarding requirements, you don't qualify. Let's start thinking about the customer again, and less on the profit margin. How would one of your executives feel if they had a boarding Group 2 and 85% of the plane was already boarded by the time your group was called, thereby limiting the space for your correct size carry-on? One more thing that would be beneficial, enforce the size limit for carry-on luggage. I have been to airports that limit the size with a box on the x-ray machine so you can not even get an oversized piece of luggage through security. Just one idea for the industry.

DEN
SLC
Excellent 10.0

Delta is great

Mon, Apr 30
PVD
ATL
2h 47m
Thu, May 3
ATL
PVD
2h 33m
Trip: 4 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
PVD
ATL
Okay 5.6

While the process was confusing, the staff were quite pleasant and actually seemed to enjoy their job.

The boarding process is very confusing. There are so many different boarding priorities and programs, it is difficult to know where you are in the boarding process. Even if you have a ticket labeled as Group 1, you may still be one of the last boarded because of all the different programs that have priority over you. Would be better to limit the advance boarding to people who need extra help and a single program. This leads to the question, why are there so many different programs? Wouldn't it be easier to have a single loyalty program? If you don't qualify for advance boarding because you did not purchase a first class seat, or you haven't reached the advance boarding requirements, you don't qualify. Let's start thinking about the customer again, and less on the profit margin. How would one of your executives feel if they had a boarding Group 2 and 85% of the plane was already boarded by the time your group was called, thereby limiting the space for your correct size carry-on? One more thing that would be beneficial, enforce the size limit for carry-on luggage. I have been to airports that limit the size with a box on the x-ray machine so you can not even get an oversized piece of luggage through security. Just one idea for the industry.

LAX
CUN
Mediocre 2.6

Terrible customer service both on the phone before the flight, but Especially from the gate agent. Wow she was really horrible.

The flight attendants on board were good! They helped get everything straight. Easily could have been handled by the incompetent gate agent. Wow.

SEA
ANC
Excellent 10.0

Alaska Airlines is way overpriced and way less comfortable than Delta. I’m a Delta loyalist forever now!

Nothing.

TUS
SEA
Excellent 10.0

Delta did a really good job as always. Cheaper, more comfortable, and a WAY better experience than Alaska Airlines.

Nothing.

SAN
LAX
Excellent 10.0

on time

Sat, May 5
PVD
ATL
2h 44m
Tue, May 8
ATL
PVD
2h 33m
Trip: 4 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
PVD
ATL
Okay 5.6

While the process was confusing, the staff were quite pleasant and actually seemed to enjoy their job.

The boarding process is very confusing. There are so many different boarding priorities and programs, it is difficult to know where you are in the boarding process. Even if you have a ticket labeled as Group 1, you may still be one of the last boarded because of all the different programs that have priority over you. Would be better to limit the advance boarding to people who need extra help and a single program. This leads to the question, why are there so many different programs? Wouldn't it be easier to have a single loyalty program? If you don't qualify for advance boarding because you did not purchase a first class seat, or you haven't reached the advance boarding requirements, you don't qualify. Let's start thinking about the customer again, and less on the profit margin. How would one of your executives feel if they had a boarding Group 2 and 85% of the plane was already boarded by the time your group was called, thereby limiting the space for your correct size carry-on? One more thing that would be beneficial, enforce the size limit for carry-on luggage. I have been to airports that limit the size with a box on the x-ray machine so you can not even get an oversized piece of luggage through security. Just one idea for the industry.

LAX
CUN
Mediocre 2.6

Terrible customer service both on the phone before the flight, but Especially from the gate agent. Wow she was really horrible.

The flight attendants on board were good! They helped get everything straight. Easily could have been handled by the incompetent gate agent. Wow.

SEA
ANC
Excellent 10.0

Alaska Airlines is way overpriced and way less comfortable than Delta. I’m a Delta loyalist forever now!

Nothing.

PVD
ATL
Excellent 10.0

The stewards/stewardess were very helpful. The trip was very pleasant.

Great customer service from all staff. Mannerisms, snacks, and safety precautions.

YUL
DTW
Mediocre 2.0

Not applied

Not applied

Wed, Jan 31
PVD
ATL
3h 02m
Sun, Feb 4
ATL
PVD
2h 21m
Trip: 5 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
SEA
ANC
Excellent 10.0

Alaska Airlines is way overpriced and way less comfortable than Delta. I’m a Delta loyalist forever now!

Nothing.

YUL
DTW
Mediocre 2.0

Not applied

Not applied

SAN
LAX
Excellent 10.0

on time

TUS
SEA
Excellent 10.0

Delta did a really good job as always. Cheaper, more comfortable, and a WAY better experience than Alaska Airlines.

Nothing.

DEN
SLC
Excellent 10.0

Delta is great

Wed, Jul 18
PVD
ATL
2h 43m
Tue, Jul 24
ATL
PVD
6h 47m
Trip: 7 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
YUL
DTW
Mediocre 2.0

Not applied

Not applied

MSY
JFK
Excellent 10.0

The overhead bin did not stay down low enough so that I could place my bag in. It would lower then before I could place my bag raise slightly by a few inches. For someone of my height (5’5”) that was problematic. Fortunately another passenger saw my dilemma and held the bin lower to its full opening capacity. This also momentarily slowed down the boarding process.

PVD
ATL
Excellent 9.0

Both check in and gate agents were friendly and helpful.

The boarding process seems to have some hiccups...like everyone crowding the gate and the wrong people boarding at the different boarding times. This all began when airlines charged for baggage and carry on became the only way to travel without excess fees. There is not enough overhead storage for everyone to carry-on so let's go back to no fees for baggage. The boarding process will become smooth again.

PVD
ATL
Okay 5.6

While the process was confusing, the staff were quite pleasant and actually seemed to enjoy their job.

The boarding process is very confusing. There are so many different boarding priorities and programs, it is difficult to know where you are in the boarding process. Even if you have a ticket labeled as Group 1, you may still be one of the last boarded because of all the different programs that have priority over you. Would be better to limit the advance boarding to people who need extra help and a single program. This leads to the question, why are there so many different programs? Wouldn't it be easier to have a single loyalty program? If you don't qualify for advance boarding because you did not purchase a first class seat, or you haven't reached the advance boarding requirements, you don't qualify. Let's start thinking about the customer again, and less on the profit margin. How would one of your executives feel if they had a boarding Group 2 and 85% of the plane was already boarded by the time your group was called, thereby limiting the space for your correct size carry-on? One more thing that would be beneficial, enforce the size limit for carry-on luggage. I have been to airports that limit the size with a box on the x-ray machine so you can not even get an oversized piece of luggage through security. Just one idea for the industry.

PVD
ATL
Excellent 10.0

The stewards/stewardess were very helpful. The trip was very pleasant.

Great customer service from all staff. Mannerisms, snacks, and safety precautions.

Mon, Mar 5
PVD
ATL
2h 47m
Fri, Mar 9
ATL
PVD
2h 26m
Trip: 5 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
PVD
ATL
Excellent 9.0

Both check in and gate agents were friendly and helpful.

The boarding process seems to have some hiccups...like everyone crowding the gate and the wrong people boarding at the different boarding times. This all began when airlines charged for baggage and carry on became the only way to travel without excess fees. There is not enough overhead storage for everyone to carry-on so let's go back to no fees for baggage. The boarding process will become smooth again.

MSY
JFK
Excellent 10.0

The overhead bin did not stay down low enough so that I could place my bag in. It would lower then before I could place my bag raise slightly by a few inches. For someone of my height (5’5”) that was problematic. Fortunately another passenger saw my dilemma and held the bin lower to its full opening capacity. This also momentarily slowed down the boarding process.

YUL
DTW
Mediocre 2.0

Not applied

Not applied

SEA
ANC
Excellent 10.0

Alaska Airlines is way overpriced and way less comfortable than Delta. I’m a Delta loyalist forever now!

Nothing.

SAN
LAX
Excellent 10.0

on time

Sat, Apr 28
PVD
ATL
2h 44m
Mon, Apr 30
ATL
PVD
2h 33m
Trip: 3 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
PVD
ATL
Excellent 10.0

The stewards/stewardess were very helpful. The trip was very pleasant.

Great customer service from all staff. Mannerisms, snacks, and safety precautions.

MSY
JFK
Excellent 10.0

The overhead bin did not stay down low enough so that I could place my bag in. It would lower then before I could place my bag raise slightly by a few inches. For someone of my height (5’5”) that was problematic. Fortunately another passenger saw my dilemma and held the bin lower to its full opening capacity. This also momentarily slowed down the boarding process.

SYR
JFK
Good 7.0

Nothing Special

YUL
DTW
Mediocre 2.0

Not applied

Not applied

DEN
SLC
Excellent 10.0

Delta is great

Mon, Feb 12
PVD
ATL
3h 02m
Tue, Feb 13
ATL
PVD
2h 16m
Trip: 2 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
SEA
ANC
Excellent 10.0

Alaska Airlines is way overpriced and way less comfortable than Delta. I’m a Delta loyalist forever now!

Nothing.

TUS
SEA
Excellent 10.0

Delta did a really good job as always. Cheaper, more comfortable, and a WAY better experience than Alaska Airlines.

Nothing.

BOS
MKE
Excellent 10.0

Direct flight, on time, friendly crew, smooth flight

MSY
JFK
Excellent 10.0

The overhead bin did not stay down low enough so that I could place my bag in. It would lower then before I could place my bag raise slightly by a few inches. For someone of my height (5’5”) that was problematic. Fortunately another passenger saw my dilemma and held the bin lower to its full opening capacity. This also momentarily slowed down the boarding process.

PVD
ATL
Excellent 10.0

The stewards/stewardess were very helpful. The trip was very pleasant.

Great customer service from all staff. Mannerisms, snacks, and safety precautions.

Thu, Jun 14
PVD
ATL
2h 44m
Sun, Jun 17
ATL
PVD
2h 39m
Trip: 4 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
TUS
SEA
Excellent 10.0

Delta did a really good job as always. Cheaper, more comfortable, and a WAY better experience than Alaska Airlines.

Nothing.

PVD
ATL
Okay 5.6

While the process was confusing, the staff were quite pleasant and actually seemed to enjoy their job.

The boarding process is very confusing. There are so many different boarding priorities and programs, it is difficult to know where you are in the boarding process. Even if you have a ticket labeled as Group 1, you may still be one of the last boarded because of all the different programs that have priority over you. Would be better to limit the advance boarding to people who need extra help and a single program. This leads to the question, why are there so many different programs? Wouldn't it be easier to have a single loyalty program? If you don't qualify for advance boarding because you did not purchase a first class seat, or you haven't reached the advance boarding requirements, you don't qualify. Let's start thinking about the customer again, and less on the profit margin. How would one of your executives feel if they had a boarding Group 2 and 85% of the plane was already boarded by the time your group was called, thereby limiting the space for your correct size carry-on? One more thing that would be beneficial, enforce the size limit for carry-on luggage. I have been to airports that limit the size with a box on the x-ray machine so you can not even get an oversized piece of luggage through security. Just one idea for the industry.

PVD
ATL
Excellent 10.0

The stewards/stewardess were very helpful. The trip was very pleasant.

Great customer service from all staff. Mannerisms, snacks, and safety precautions.

BOS
MKE
Excellent 10.0

Direct flight, on time, friendly crew, smooth flight

DEN
SLC
Excellent 10.0

Delta is great

Fri, May 4
PVD
ATL
2h 44m
Mon, May 7
ATL
PVD
2h 33m
Trip: 4 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
MSY
JFK
Excellent 10.0

The overhead bin did not stay down low enough so that I could place my bag in. It would lower then before I could place my bag raise slightly by a few inches. For someone of my height (5’5”) that was problematic. Fortunately another passenger saw my dilemma and held the bin lower to its full opening capacity. This also momentarily slowed down the boarding process.

SEA
ANC
Excellent 10.0

Alaska Airlines is way overpriced and way less comfortable than Delta. I’m a Delta loyalist forever now!

Nothing.

LAX
CUN
Mediocre 2.6

Terrible customer service both on the phone before the flight, but Especially from the gate agent. Wow she was really horrible.

The flight attendants on board were good! They helped get everything straight. Easily could have been handled by the incompetent gate agent. Wow.

DEN
SLC
Excellent 10.0

Delta is great

TUS
SEA
Excellent 10.0

Delta did a really good job as always. Cheaper, more comfortable, and a WAY better experience than Alaska Airlines.

Nothing.

Thu, May 10
PVD
ATL
2h 39m
Sun, May 13
ATL
PVD
2h 26m
Trip: 4 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
PVD
ATL
Excellent 10.0

The stewards/stewardess were very helpful. The trip was very pleasant.

Great customer service from all staff. Mannerisms, snacks, and safety precautions.

SYR
JFK
Good 7.0

Nothing Special

DEN
SLC
Excellent 10.0

Delta is great

MSY
JFK
Excellent 10.0

The overhead bin did not stay down low enough so that I could place my bag in. It would lower then before I could place my bag raise slightly by a few inches. For someone of my height (5’5”) that was problematic. Fortunately another passenger saw my dilemma and held the bin lower to its full opening capacity. This also momentarily slowed down the boarding process.

SEA
ANC
Excellent 10.0

Alaska Airlines is way overpriced and way less comfortable than Delta. I’m a Delta loyalist forever now!

Nothing.

Fri, Apr 20
PVD
ATL
2h 47m
Mon, Apr 23
ATL
PVD
2h 41m
Trip: 4 days
7.8GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.8 Good
Based on 10 reviews
Overall
8.0
Boarding
8.1
Comfort
7.7
Crew
8.4
Entertainment
7.5
Food
7.3
SEA
ANC
Excellent 10.0

Alaska Airlines is way overpriced and way less comfortable than Delta. I’m a Delta loyalist forever now!

Nothing.

DEN
SLC
Excellent 10.0

Delta is great

SYR
JFK
Good 7.0

Nothing Special

YUL
DTW
Mediocre 2.0

Not applied

Not applied

PVD
ATL
Okay 5.6

While the process was confusing, the staff were quite pleasant and actually seemed to enjoy their job.

The boarding process is very confusing. There are so many different boarding priorities and programs, it is difficult to know where you are in the boarding process. Even if you have a ticket labeled as Group 1, you may still be one of the last boarded because of all the different programs that have priority over you. Would be better to limit the advance boarding to people who need extra help and a single program. This leads to the question, why are there so many different programs? Wouldn't it be easier to have a single loyalty program? If you don't qualify for advance boarding because you did not purchase a first class seat, or you haven't reached the advance boarding requirements, you don't qualify. Let's start thinking about the customer again, and less on the profit margin. How would one of your executives feel if they had a boarding Group 2 and 85% of the plane was already boarded by the time your group was called, thereby limiting the space for your correct size carry-on? One more thing that would be beneficial, enforce the size limit for carry-on luggage. I have been to airports that limit the size with a box on the x-ray machine so you can not even get an oversized piece of luggage through security. Just one idea for the industry.

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Providence-TFGreen to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Flight Information

Avg. Flight Duration 2h 39m
Flights Arrive in Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
Flights Depart from Providence-TFGreen
Flight Price $171
Distance 902 miles
Airlines Delta, American Airlines