Miami Airline Arrives at Atlantic City International Airport
News remains better for Atlantic City International Airport.
There is a major expansion planned for the airport with a nearby four-story, 111-room hotel, which will include restaurants, a convention center, parking for more than 100 hundred cars and plenty of employment opportunities.
Now comes the word that Global Crossing Airlines, which is based in Miami, will bring international and charter flights to Atlantic City International Airport. Flights from Toronto, Montreal and other US destinations will be available.
The airline will also hire local flight attendants. Interested applicants must be at least 21 years old, have two years of customer service experience, have a valid passport, domestic and foreign travel authorization, proof of COVID vaccination and no restrictions flight.
Applicants will earn $ 26 per hour and work 70 hours per month. Four weeks training is required.
For more information, you can call the Atlantic County Workspace Development Office at 609-485-0052 ext. 4816 or 4824
There is more to come for ACY, with additional phases that will include a new restaurant, two fast food outlets, two hotels with a capacity of 100 rooms, additional parking spaces and industrial buildings with four lights in the hope. to attract other businesses to the area adjacent to the airport.
The hope is to start the first phase of the multi-million dollar project as soon as possible.
The Egg Harbor Planning Council has already approved the airport redevelopment plan. The project is called The Airport Business Center and will be located on Delilah Road and Westcoat Road and Aifam Avenue.
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