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Cheap flights to Atlantic City, NJ

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Atlantic City (Big Hooie, Aug 2006)

Travelling to Atlantic City

Visitors who book airfare to Atlantic City, arrive at Atlantic City International Airport (ACY). Hosting over one million passengers a year, ACY has the fastest processing time of any airport in the New Jersey area. Guests with special needs can take advantage of the facility's "Family Lane", which allows visitors to travel through the security checkpoint at their own pace. Low-cost airlines such as Spirit Airlines and AirTran service ACY, so visitors can get cheap flights to Atlantic City easily. Visitors who want to access flights to Atlantic City through a larger facility can fly into New York City, New York, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or Newark, New Jersey and then take ground transportation to Atlantic City.

Getting Around Atlantic City

The New Jersey Transit Authority provides public transportation for the Atlantic City area. Travellers who arrive on Atlantic City flights can take NJ Transit bus service, light-rail service, or train service from their airports to Atlantic City destinations. For convenience, passengers can purchase fares in bulk packages such as SuperSaver fares, monthly passes, or group tickets. These promotions can make the cost of public transportation in Atlantic City much lower. Tourists who prefer private transportation can hire a rental car or catch a taxicab from the airport or from their hotel.

Popular Attractions in Atlantic City

Atlantic City has several attractions for tourists and families to visit. The Atlantic City Aquarium, located in Historic Gardner's Basin, features 18 different tanks that are home to many varieties of exotic sea life, including rays and Shovel Nose Sharks. The Atlantic City Boardwalk is arguably the biggest tourist attraction in the city. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean, the boardwalk houses Ripley's Believe It Or Not! Museum and a full amusement park that children will love. Tourists who are interested in history will enjoy climbing the 228 steps of the Absecon Lighthouse, the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey.

Atlantic City Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife

For visitors that want to buy souvenirs, the Atlantic City Boardwalk is host to many tourist shops that sell area specialties such as saltwater taffy. Those that want to do high-end shopping will enjoy The Pier Shops at Caesars, where they can browse collections of designer houses such as Gucci, Tiffany & Co., and Louis Vuitton. There are cuisines to please every palate in Atlantic City. Italian food lovers can get a great meal at Cafe 2825, while seafood fans might want to book a table at Dock's Oyster House. The Atlantic City casino scene offers top-notch nightlife. The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, Caesar's Atlantic City, and the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort all offer gambling, clubs, live music, and bars for tourists who like to party.

On Arrival...
  • Atlantic City is 10 mi from Atlantic City Intl Airport (Atlantic City, NJ).
  • Atlantic City Intl Airport (Atlantic City, NJ)
    • Atlantic City Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 10 cities.
    • Every week, at least 77 domestic flights and 0 international flights depart from Atlantic City Intl Airport.