The South Jersey Transportation Authority proudly announces new air service from Atlantic City International Airport to Delta’s largest hub -- in Atlanta, Georgia. This is one of many steps in our commitment to improve air service and amenities to the traveling public in the South Jersey region.
“The future just got brighter for Atlantic City International Airport and the travelers it serves,” said South Jersey Transportation Authority Chairman Frank Spencer. “This new service, connecting Atlantic City to the world’s largest airport, offers greater accessibility for travelers to our exciting regional destinations and excellent connectivity for our outbound market.”
Among the improvements to ACY that the SJTA has made is a full instrument landing system, a new taxiway, improved lighting on the flight ramps, a new 1,000 space parking lot, and this year work began on a new interim baggage screening facility for the Transportation Security Administration. Future development will include a multi-level parking garage with approximately 1,400 spaces to further enhance the ACY travel experience.
“South Jersey residents will be given a new gateway of air service by tapping into Delta’s SkyTeam alliance offering more flights through Northwest and Continental airlines, greatly contributing to the continued growth in passenger traffic as new flights and new destinations are added to our region -– furthering our commitment for continual airside and facility improvements, such as the ACY parking garage, to encourage more air service development,” stated, SJTA Acting Executive Director James R. Iannone.
ATLANTA – Feb 16, 2006 – Strolling the boardwalks of Atlantic City, N.J. this summer will be easier for Delta Air Lines’ customers around the globe thanks to the addition of new non-stop service between Delta’s largest hub in Atlanta and the Atlantic City International Airport. Effective June 8, Delta Connection carrier Atlantic Southeast Airlines will offer customers one daily round-trip flight between the two cities featuring the quiet and comfortable Bombardier CRJ200 jet aircraft.
“In 2006 Delta is continuing to aggressively transform our network to expand into new or underserved routes where our customers want to visit or do business,” said Bob Cortelyou, Delta’s vice president of Network Planning. “The reach and convenience of our Atlanta hub will make it easier for customers from most any point on the globe to enjoy the charm, fine dining and world-class entertainment that the Jersey shore has to offer this summer.”
The new flights will connect customers from nearly 200 worldwide destinations via Atlanta to and from Atlantic City and supplement existing year-round service offered from Delta’s Cincinnati hub. Atlantic City officials estimate that the city hosts more than 33 million visitors annually who come to experience everything from casinos to trade shows to sporting events
To celebrate this new service, Delta is offering customers special introductory fares for travel between Atlantic City and a number of U.S. destinations. Tickets must be purchased by March 8, 2006. Sale fares are valid for travel between June 8 and August 1, 2006.
Below are some sample one-way fares based on round-trip purchase:
Atlantic City to/from Fort Lauderdale $99
Atlantic City to/from Atlanta $129
Atlantic City to/from Louisville $129
Atlantic City to/from Jacksonville $139
Atlantic City to/from Los Angeles $159
Atlantic City to/from Las Vegas $169
Atlantic City to/from Denver $199
Additional taxes/fees/restrictions apply. Fares shown are available for
purchase only on delta.com or from a travel agent. See below for more details.
Customers may purchase tickets on the new flights beginning today at delta.com. Flights are scheduled as follows: Delta’s new non-stop service between Atlantic City, New Jersey and Atlanta
effective June 8, 2006
Flight Departs Arrives
Atlantic City at 6:30 a.m. Atlanta at 8:20 a.m.
Atlanta at 9:00 p.m. Atlantic City at 10:50 p.m.