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5/26/2020

SPIRIT AIRLINES TO BEGIN THEIR ROUTE TO RECOVERY AT ATLANTIC CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

CONTACT INFORMATION:
South Jersey Transportation Authority, ACY
Tim Kroll, Airport Director
609-573-4705
tkroll@sjta.com

RELEASE DATE:
May 22, 2020

Egg Harbor Township, NJ May 22, 2020 Spirit Airlines is returning service of flights at Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) to all cities that were suspended in early April. Beginning June 11, flights to Atlanta, GA; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Fort Myers, FL and Tampa, FL will resume, joining Myrtle Beach, SC and Orlando, FL as destinations from ACY. For schedule, fare and booking information, please visit www.Spirit.com.

Health and safety remain a top priority at ACY. The Airport is committed to helping protect passengers, workers and tenants from the spread of COVID-19. As such, the cleaning frequency of high-touch areas has been increased, additional hand sanitizers installed and social distancing decals have been placed at check-in, screening and gate boarding areas. In addition, all workers and tenants are required to wear face coverings while inside public areas, as well as other locations where social distancing may be a challenge. ACY encourages all passengers to wear face coverings and to follow social distancing protocols while inside the terminal and rental car facilities.

Spirit Airlines has also taken several steps to protect the health and safety of its passengers and team members. One measure is the requirement of face coverings to be worn by team members and passengers while traveling. For more information on all of the protocols and procedures Spirit has in place, please visit www.Spirit.com/notices.

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has also updated their screening procedures on a national level in preparation for increased travel throughout the summer. For more information on TSA processes and recommendations please visit https://www.tsa.gov/news/press/releases/2020/05/21/tsa-prepared-summer-travelers-updated-security-procedures.



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