Research on atmosphere has been dominated by work situated in place, as discussed in previous chapters, with specific attention to movement limited to a few notable exceptions (Bissell 2010; Edensor and Lorimer 2015; Kazig et al 2017). This chapter seeks to redress this by discussing examples oriented specifically towards movement, placing it at the centre of how atmosphere feels and is understood, and what meanings it carries for people. Movement here is a means to think in, about and through atmosphere and steps forward from the examples in Chapter 4 that were more concerned with spaces and environments that helped configure atmospheres, but that were not specifically characterized by motion.