About Atlantic City International Airport (ACY)
Atlantic City International Airport is New Jersey's second busiest airport. A relatively small facility, the airport is located a short distance northwest of Atlantic City, New Jersey. Our guide to the airport includes detailed information on available terminal facilities, transport options and local accommodation.
The information desk (tel: +1 609 645 7895) is located in the lower level of the terminal, near the main entrance. It is open seven days a week from 0500 to 1800.
From Atlantic City, take the Atlantic City Expressway northwest to exit 9 and follow signs to the airport along Amelia Earhart Boulevard. The drive time from Atlantic City is approximately 25 minutes.
Atlantic City International Airport is situated 16km (10 miles) northwest of Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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Public transport road:
Taxi: Taxis are the easiest option for getting between the airport and Atlantic City (journey time: 20-30 minutes; fare: around $30). A courtesy telephone assistance line (tel: 2002) is available at the taxi service desk, close to baggage reclaim.
Bus:Passengers wishing to travel to downtown Atlantic City from the airport can use the Go Bus, which is operated by NJ Transit (tel: +1 973 275 5555; www.njtransit.com). The easiest option is to take the free shuttle to Egg Harbor City Station and pick up the bus into Atlantic City from there.
Shuttle: Pre-bookable 'Jitney' services (tel: +1 609 576 2776; www.jitneyac.com) meet all arriving flights, and charge a fixed US$10 fare from the airport to all destinations in the city.
Public transport rail:
Rail:Free shuttle buses run between the airport and Egg Harbor City Station, where trains depart for Atlantic City (journey time: 25 minutes; fare: US$3.25) and Philadelphia (journey time: 70 minutes; fare: US$9.50). The line is operated by NJ Transit (tel: +1 973 275 5555; www.njtransit.com).
There are ATMs on the upper and lower levels of the terminal building.
Food and drink outlets can be found throughout the airport. Options include a pub/restaurant, bar and sandwich shop.
Shopping options at Atlantic City Airport include newsagents and convenience stores. There is also a kiosk that sells accessories on the upper level.
A porter service is available for those who require assistance – porters are self-employed and rely on tips for their income. Enquiries regarding lost property should be addressed to the airport's information desk.
Baby changing facilities can be found in all ladies' toilets within the airport.
Atlantic City International Airport is fully accessible for disabled travellers, with lifts, ramps and disabled toilets. Wheelchairs can be supplied if required and passengers are advised to inform their airline of any special needs in advance of travel. The car parks have designated spaces for disabled travellers. There is a PDA induction loop for hearing-impaired passengers and Braille signage for the visually impaired.
Atlantic City International Airport has short and long-term parking options. The multistorey car park opposite the terminal offers short and medium-stay options, while the adjacent car park provides short-stay options only.
Long-term/economy parking is available a little distance from the terminal building. Visitors can either make the short walk to the terminal or use the free shuttle that makes continuous trips to and from the car park – shuttles operate from 0400.
A 'cell phone lot' is located at the entrance to the airport site for those awaiting arriving passengers.
Car hire operators: Avis, Budget, Enterprise and Hertz are represented at Atlantic City International Airport. Car hire desks are located inside the terminal (next to the baggage claim area), while pick-up/drop-off areas are located adjacent to the rental offices (kerbside, near the check-in area).