As of October 2015, the only commercial airlines that serve Atlantic City International Airport are Spirit Airlines and Air Canada. The charter airlines Choice Aire and Total Rewards Air also operate flights from this airport.
Spirit uses Atlantic City as a focus city. The airline flies year-round to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and the Florida towns of Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando and Tampa. Spirit also operates seasonal flights from Atlantic City to Atlanta, Georgia; Boston, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois; Detroit, Michigan; and West Palm Beach, Florida. Air Canada operates seasonal flights between Atlantic City and Toronto, Ontario.
Choice Aire schedules charter flights between Atlantic City and Orlando; Miami, Florida; Baltimore, Maryland; and Nashville, Tennessee. Total Rewards Air, an airline partnership between Caesars Entertainment and Sun Country, operates charter flights to Atlantic City from several western U.S. cities, including Chicago; Dallas, Texas; Detroit, Michigan; Los Angeles, California; and Denver, Colorado.
Other airlines have previously flown to and from Atlantic City. American International Airways, currently known as Kalitta Air, used the airport as a hub in the 1980s. US Airways has flown from Atlantic City to the Pennsylvania cities of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, as well as Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Delta, WestJet and United Airlines have also used Atlantic City International Airport at some point.