|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|ATL||Philadelphia||Aug 18 - Aug 24||$27|
|MCO||Philadelphia||Aug 21 - Aug 23||$27|
|FLL||Philadelphia||Aug 18 - Aug 19||$35|
|MCO||Princeton||Aug 20 - Aug 24||$43|
|RSW||Princeton||Aug 20 - Aug 27||$47|
|PBI||Princeton||Sep 10 - Sep 17||$67|
|MYR||Philadelphia||Aug 18 - Aug 25||$71|
|ATL||Atlantic City||Sep 3 - Sep 10||$74|
|ATL||Princeton||Nov 12 - Nov 15||$77|
|FLL||Atlantic City||Aug 20 - Aug 24||$80|
|RSW||Atlantic City||Aug 22 - Aug 25||$80|
|TPA||Atlantic City||Aug 22 - Aug 25||$98|
|SJU||Atlantic City||Sep 14 - Sep 23||$224|
|TPA||Princeton||Sep 3 - Sep 7||$646|
|MXP||Philadelphia||Sep 29 - Jan 14||$690|
|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|MCO||Philadelphia||Aug 14 - Aug 16||$27|
|FLL||Philadelphia||Aug 14 - Aug 16||$35|
|RSW||Philadelphia||Aug 16 - Aug 30||$44|
|MCO||Princeton||Aug 14 - Aug 16||$57|
|TPA||Philadelphia||Aug 16 - Aug 18||$71|
|SJU||Philadelphia||Aug 14 - Aug 18||$73|
|ATL||Philadelphia||Aug 15 - Aug 16||$75|
|RSW||Atlantic City||Aug 14 - Aug 17||$103|
|MCO||Atlantic City||Aug 16 - Aug 23||$103|
|FLL||Atlantic City||Aug 14 - Aug 30||$103|
|PBI||Philadelphia||Aug 15 - Aug 22||$169|
|ATL||Atlantic City||Aug 16 - Aug 20||$188|
|BOS||Philadelphia||Aug 15 - Aug 26||$192|
|PBI||Princeton||Aug 15 - Sep 5||$207|
|ATL||Princeton||Aug 15 - Aug 30||$11,759|
Very very cramped seating.
My one DISLIKE is the exorbitant bag fees. There should be one free checked bag allowed.
Great staff on checking in at Tampa
Carry-on should be free of charge
Paid for what was important. How do you get the free baggage, seats etc that you ask about
No free snack had to pay for everything
The flight was great but the seat shoulder room was tight and I'm not a large man. Wired landing.
Seats are way too tight
Seats too close
The toilet was disgusting
|Traveling to||Atlantic City PHL|
|Number of Airlines Serving||2|
|Airlines Serving||Spirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways|
|Number of Daily Flights||4|
|Airlines with Direct Flights||American Airlines, British Airways|
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Atlantic City has just one airport, which makes booking your flight here straightforward. Atlantic City, NJ Airport (ACY-Atlantic City Intl.) is around 10 miles (16 kilometers) from all the action downtown.Where to stay in Atlantic City
Every momentous journey begins with a single step — along with a comfortable place to rest your head! Organize your Atlantic City accommodations through Travelocity and you'll have 62 properties to choose from.
After a long day of exploring, there's nothing better than returning to a luxurious room. The Caesars Atlantic City Resort & Casino and the Golden Nugget are some of our favorite upmarket accommodations to consider in Atlantic City. If you're the type of wanderer who prefers to spend all their time out exploring, a swanky suite may not be for you. Some superb budget options to look into are the Red Carpet Inn & Suites and the Knights Inn Atlantic City/Near Boardwalk.Places to visit in Atlantic City
If you're in the mood for a sightseeing adventure, plan a couple of hours at Steel Pier. This significant attraction won't disappoint.
Book your tickets and make your way to Boardwalk Hall for a music show, a festival for foodies or a show for the kids. Seeking some more options? Atlantic City Convention Center is an outstanding venue available for various events. It's located in the area and has nearby restaurants, cafes and hotels. But that's not all. Don't let yourself miss out on enjoying a concert at Borgata Event Center! Remember to secure your tickets in advance.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Atlantic City
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Those who fly to Atlantic City will arrive at the Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) located in Egg Harbor just nine miles from the downtown area. You can generally find cheap Atlantic City flights via Spirit Airlines and AirTran Airways. United Airlines recently announced they will offer nonstop flights to Atlantic City beginning in April 2014.
If you’re trying to satisfy those hunger pangs or just want to kill some time, there are a number of eateries to choose from in the airport, as well as a brew pub and bar. Browse or buy at the gift shop with a wide selection of popular items including the daily newspaper and magazines, books, souvenirs, and snack items.
Flights to Atlantic City mean that you’ll be just a short ride away with the terminal located only 20 minutes from all of the action at the boardwalk. NJ Transit offers public transportation via the train while taking the Greyhound bus will also take you directly into the city and its wide selection of hotels. There are plenty of other options as well, including shuttles and taxis.
Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Atlantic City? Check out our Atlantic City travel guide!