Atlantic City Airport

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Launches ‘MGM Direct to Borgata’ Air Service

Travelers from up to 75 departure cities across the U.S. can now escape to Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, MGM Resorts International’s destination resort on the East Coast, with flight service via Sun Country Airlines® into Atlantic City International Airport (ACY). Through MGM Direct,  the company’s charter program, Atlantic City’s market-leading casino resort is now offering convenient nonstop jet service from markets such as Clearwater, Florida; Cincinnati, Ohio; Buffalo, New York; Charlotte, North Carolina; Houston, Texas; Detroit, Michigan, and more.

“Introducing Atlantic City as a Sun Country Airlines destination is a celebrated milestone for MGM Direct. Since launching the exclusive charter program with MGM’s Beau Rivage resort in Gulfport-Biloxi in 2008, we have hosted tens of thousands of guests as they enjoy a getaway,” said MGM Executive Director of Charter Services Sean Farrell. “In addition to bringing new and returning visitors to Borgata for unparalleled travel experiences, the air program benefits greater Atlantic City as visitors dine in area restaurants, visit its bustling Boardwalk, enjoy day life and nightlife entertainment, and participate in outdoor activities on the famous New Jersey beaches.”

“The expansion of Borgata’s flight service through ACY on Sun Country Airlines significantly increases the airport’s charter offerings and affords more passengers convenient access to Atlantic City,” said Tim Kroll, director of Atlantic City International Airport. “The program is valuable to introducing the market to a greater number of communities throughout the U.S.”

Borgata’s charter flights to Atlantic City International Airport will operate on a Sun Country 173-seat 737-800 aircraft. Packages starting at $553 per person include roundtrip airfare, deluxe accommodations for three nights, and roundtrip ground transportation between the airport and Borgata.

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