Atlantic City, NJ

Atlantic City International Airport (ACY)

Airport Information

Atlantic City International Airport (ACY)

Welcome to Atlantic City International Airport (ACY)! Originally a Naval Air Station, ACY is a joint civil-military airport that is located 10 miles from downtown Atlantic City. It encompasses 5,000 acres at an elevation of 75 feet. It's two runways and is operated by the South Jersey Transportation Authority, while management services are provided by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Passenger Services

The airport has many amenities throughout its terminal. Their standard features include food and beverages such as Thrasher's, Samuel Adams Brew Pub and Hudson News gift shop. There are various ATMs, luggage trolleys, and free WiFi available. 

If you have an hour and a half to kill, ACY Tour Program is a fun and education way to learn about the aviation industry firsthand. Tours are offered free of charge every Monday-Friday from 9am to 3pm. Different aspects of the airport including the airport operations and security measures to ensure safe travel will be covered. 


Ground transportation consists of taxis, Jitneys, shuttles, car rentals, and buses. ACY has four major car rental agencies that are located inside.  A free airport shuttle is available at five locations within the airport’s parking lots. It offers transportation for passengers who are traveling throughout the airport. Shuttle buses bring passengers to the Egg Harbor City rail station, which provides transportation to the Atlantic City Line. Taxi service is available at curbside.


If you are planning to stay the night to catch an early flight, make sure to check out the Ramada Atlantic City West. It is conveniently located near the airport, so you can arrive to your flight on time.