I can guarentee you that either you were lied to or you are full of crap.It seems to be true. The Airport management even had a press release or something about it several months ago. I know of one person who rode Marta to the airport and went into the non-secure areas, shopped, ate and then left on Marta while OCing a AK-47 style pistol. Nothing happened to him and he was never approached and detained by security.
I'm not saying it was the smartest thing to do, but I do know it happened.
What's the first rule of concealed carry? if you do your job properly no one will ever know unless you go through security.
I don't remember what happened to that, I know they were trying to pass it sometime ago, but I think for some reason it did NOT go through. I believe the airport officials found a way to to stop it from passing.
But then I got back to my first question, what's the first rule of concealed carry, concealment.
I believe this to be true.. The city nor the state make the security laws concerning ANY airport. I believe ALL air ports are under Federal law, in the US., Homeland Security.
So no. Carrying on federal property is NOT allowed, nor allowed at ANY airport.
Posting is only a requirement under federal law. Areas off-limits under Georgia law do not require a notice.The airport would have to post a gun ban on the doors of all entrances just like the schools and police offices do.