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Egg Harbor Township, NJ – January 25, 2022 — Spirit Airlines continues to expand service at its Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) base with nonstop flights to Boston beginning Thursday, May 26. The nonstop flights will initially operate three days per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays thru Labor Day weekend.
This Boston service announcement marks the fourth addition to Spirit’s ACY route map in the last six months joining Cancun, San Juan, and Miami which began operating in October 2021. Spirit Airlines now offers nonstop flights between ACY and 11 markets.
“We continue to add more popular destinations from Atlantic City, and Summer is a great time to add non-stop service to Boston,” said John Kirby, Vice President of Network Planning. “In addition, New England area travelers will be able to enjoy the quick hop to explore the Jersey Shore and all the options that Atlantic City has to offer.”
“Boston is one of our top unserved destinations for locals and IS our top unserved market for visitors to Atlantic City and the South Jersey region,” said ACY Airport Director, Tim Kroll. “We share Spirit Airlines’ enthusiasm in adding nonstop service to and from Boston.”
In addition to these new markets, Spirit Airlines continues to offer nonstop flights between ACY and Atlanta, GA (seasonal); Myrtle Beach, SC; and Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando, Tampa, and West Palm Beach in Florida. For schedule and fare information, and to book your flights, please visit