Atlantic City International Airport has one terminal, serving all of its flights. Several charter carriers operate out of the terminal, along with the scheduled
flights of Spirit Airlines. The terminal has a small layout, making it an alternative to Philadelphia International Airport or Newark Liberty International Airport.
Passengers enter the terminal on the lower-level. This level houses the check-in counters, along with a small grill, and a gift shop. Baggage claim is also on this
level, with two carousels. After check-in, passengers proceed to the security checkpoint, which is also on this level. After the security checkpoint are stairs
and escalators which lead to the departures level. The 7 gates are housed here, with several open for use by charters, and several in use by the scheduled carriers.
All gate areas are uniform, with no customization by the airlines. Also on the second level, there is a cafe, a bar, and a newsstand.
You will find: Euro Cafe/Hudson News, Deuce's Wild, Samuel Adams Brew Pub, and Thrasher's. The airport offers free Wi-Fi Internet access throughout its terminals.