MGM Resorts International has launched an air service to transport visitors to the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in New Jersey. It will operate from 75 cities across the United States.
MGM Direct, the operator’s charter program, will now provide nonstop jet service from Clearwater, Florida, Cincinnati, Ohio, Buffalo, New York, Charlotte, North Carolina, and Houston, Texas, among other cities.
Packages will begin at $553 per person. It will include round-trip airfare and deluxe accommodations for three nights. It will also provide round-trip ground transportation between the airport and the Borgata.
Sean Farrell, MGM’s Executive Director of Charter Services, stated: “The addition of Atlantic City as a Sun Country Airlines destination is a proud moment for MGM Direct.
“We have hosted thousands of guests as they enjoy a getaway since launching the exclusive charter program with MGM’s Beau Rivage resort in Gulfport-Biloxi in 2008.
He further said, “The air program benefits greater Atlantic City. It brings visitors to Borgata for unparalleled travel experiences. Visitors can dine in area restaurants, visit its Boardwalk and enjoy nightlife entertainment. They can also participate in outdoor activities on the famous New Jersey beaches.”
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