Atlantic City, NJ Airport Information
Philadelphia International (PHL)
Atlantic City Airport (ACY)
Approximate taxi fare: $32 USD
Located 12 miles from downtown, Atlantic City Airport is the primary airport serving the southern Jersey Shore, an area traditionally dominated by motor vehicle travel. Travelers to and from the airport can enjoy the terminal's art exhibition program known as Artport. Developed in collaboration with longtime New Jersey resident and photographer Donna Connor, the project aims to showcase some of New Jersey's best artists. Artport features between one and four different artists per month.
Atlantic City Airport is served by Spirit Airlines; however, private and charter airlines also service the airport. Additional flight options are available on most major airlines via the Philadelphia International Airport, located one hour away.
Airline carriers serving the Atlantic City Airport
Atlantic City, NJ Train Information
Atlantic City Rail Terminal
Rail service to Atlantic City is provided by New Jersey Transit on their Atlantic City line, which provides service between the 30th Street Station in Philadelphia and Atlantic City's rail terminal, conveniently located at the Atlantic City Convention Center. Train service from Philadelphia runs every hour to hour and a half and costs $8 for a one-way adult pass. The ride to the seaside is about 90 minutes in duration.
Atlantic City, NJ Public Transportation
New Jersey Transit Bus Lines
New Jersey Transit operates a bus network throughout New Jersey and into New York and Philadelphia, including stops at Manhattan, Newark, Trenton, Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Stops within Atlantic City include the Trump Marina Casino, Harrah's Resort and Brigantine Beach. Schedules and fares vary based on route.
The famous Jitneys have been a favored mode of transport for Atlantic City patrons for over 90 years. Jitneys, small shared buses or taxis on a preset route, run on four color-coded lines to points along Pacific Avenue, one block parallel to the Boardwalk, Casino Strip and the Marina area. The Orange Route, which provides service to and from the convention center and train station, runs from 7 AM to 7 PM. All other Jitney lines run 24 hours a day. Fare is $1.50. The Jitney service, in partnership with NJ Transit, provides free shuttles from the train station to all Atlantic City Casinos.
Budget, Avis and Hertz all service the Atlantic City Airport. Rental car counters are located in the airport terminal outside the baggage claim area.
Taxis are available throughout the city as well as curbside at the airport for all flight arrivals. A cab from the Atlantic City Airport to the city center costs around $25 to $30.