Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) is a shared civil-military airport located 9 miles (14 km) northwest of central Atlantic City, New Jersey, in Egg Harbor Township, the Pomona section of Galloway Township and in Hamilton Township. As of 2022, the airport handled 1,167,164 passengers.
The airport was originally commissioned as Naval Air Station Atlantic City (NASAC) in 1942 during World War II. After the war, the airport was used by the New Jersey Air National Guard and the New Jersey State Police. In 1978, the airport was transferred to the South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA). The SJTA began commercial operations at the airport in 1982.
General Information about Atlantic City Airport
The following table is an overview of ACY Airport indicated below:
|Airport||Atlantic City International Airport|
|Owner||South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA)|
|Operator||Port Authority of New York and New Jersey & SJTA|
|Serves||Atlantic City, New Jersey, U.S|
|Hub for||Spirit Airlines, Songbird Airways|
|Atlantic City Airport Code||ACY|
|Atlantic City Airport Terminals||1|
|ACY Airport Runway||2|
|ACY Airport Coordinates||39°27′27″N 074°34′38″W|
|Atlantic City Airport Address||101 Atlantic City International Airport, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234, United States|
|Contact Number||+1 609-645-7895|
|Elevation||75 ft / 23 m|
Atlantic City Airport Code
Atlantic City Airport code is ACY. This three-letter IATA code is based on the name of the airport Atlantic City.
|WORLD AREA CODE||+1|
|IATA METROPOLITAN CODE||ACY|
Atlantic City Airport Map
The Atlantic City Airport location Map is a useful tool for finding your way around the airport, and for planning your journey.
Atlantic City International Airport Runway
ACY airport has two runways:
|Name||Length (mtr)||Length (ft)||Surface|
Atlantic City Airport Terminal
Atlantic City International Airport has one terminal. This terminal serves all airlines operating at the airport, including Spirit Airlines, American Airlines, and Frontier Airlines. The terminal has a small layout, making it an easy airport to navigate. It features a variety of amenities, including check-in counters, baggage claim, security checkpoints, restaurants, and shops.
Nearest Airports to Atlantic City International Airport (ACY)
Some of the closest airports to ACY Airport are:
- Philadelphia International Airport – 66 miles
- New Castle Air National Guard Base – 87 miles
- Trenton-Mercer Airport – 94 miles
- Newark Liberty International Airport – 115 miles
- John F. Kennedy International Airport – 139 miles
- LaGuardia Airport – 144 miles
Airlines Operating from Atlantic City Airport
The following airlines operate from Atlantic City Airport:
- Spirit Airlines