Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) is serviced by more than five different Airlines; many low-cost airlines, including AirTran, Spirit Airlines, and WestJet, service the majority of the airport’s inexpensive flights.
This airport is the second-busiest in the whole state of New Jersey. Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) can be reached directly from over 10 different locations. Direct flights from Atlanta in Georgia, Myrtle Beach in South Carolina, and Orlando in Florida make this “Boardwalk City” very easily accessed from any other destinations in the Eastern United States.
Amenities offered by Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) include a FedEx Drop-Box, short-term and long-term parking, duty-free shopping, as well as, taxi stands directly in front of the main terminal allowing you make it to your destination before you can say “The Tropicana.” The airport is easy to navigate; all departing and arriving flights all leave from one main terminal. If you do require assistance, however, either of the airport’s two information booths can easily point you in the right direction, so you can begin gambling as soon as possible. Public transportation is also available from Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) to downtown, around nine miles away, seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day.