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Atlantic City Airport Ground Transportation

Atlantic City International Airport serves as a major transportation hub into Atlantic City, one of North America's and the world's premier casino and resort cities. The airport handles nearly 1 million passengers each year who are looking for gambling, nightlife, and plenty of other fun.

Using cars and buses is by far the most widely used method of transportation into Atlantic City, especially for visitors from the Northeast and mid Atlantic region of the United States who drive along Interstate 95. Tourists from more remote locations such as Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, and Orlando can catch non-stop direct flights into the airport.

Atlantic City International Airport is located in a rural setting of a small town by the name of Egg Harbor. The famous boardwalk and Casinos are about 10 miles away from the airport. Many visitors enjoy the freedom of driving in the Atlantic City region, and there are four car rental facilities to accommodate these needs. It is about a 20-minute drive along the Atlantic City Expressway to the heart of Atlantic City. Many of the local hotels also offer on site parking for visitors who drive on rental cars.

There is no need for ground transportation at Atlantic City International Airport because it only consists of one terminal and everything is within walking distance. Taxis and limousines line up the curbside by the terminal, waiting to take passengers. The airport has a deal with Tropiano Transportation, a company that offers a diverse fleet including buses, vans, limos, and town cars. This is the only official shuttle provider at the airport, and passengers can wait for it at the marked booth by the baggage claim area.

Transportation is an important feature in the lodging of Atlantic City, so many hotels offer courtesy airport shuttle services for guests. However, because of the relatively long distance to the airport, some of the smaller inns and motels may not offer shuttles services.

Unfortunately, Atlantic City International Airport is not connected to the local public transportation network of rail and bus services. For example, the Atlantic City Rail Terminal is located ten miles away from the airport, and it provides direct service to Philadelphia. Atlantic City's bus terminal is also situated at the heart of the city, far from the airport. Within the city, guests can use public transportation bus routes provided by New Jersey Transit and the Atlantic City Jitney Association.
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