PLATTSBURGH — A new nonstop charter service between Plattsburgh International Airport and Atlantic City International Airport will debut April 23.
Plans by Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City call for its Total Rewards Airlines to offer monthly flights through August.
According to the Total Rewards Airlines website, the first flight will return to Plattsburgh on April 26. A second flight is tentatively scheduled to depart Plattsburgh on May 10 and return May 12.
North Country Chamber of Commerce President Garry Douglas welcomes the newest partner for Plattsburgh International Airport.
“Montrealers, New Yorkers and Vermonters are already enjoying our flights to many other fun destinations, and now they have a great way to enjoy Caesar’s World and all of the other attractions of Atlantic City,” he said in a press release.
Scott Barber, regional president of Caesars Entertainment’s Mid-South Division, said the company looks to align itself with partners such as Plattsburgh International Airport to succeed in a extremely competitive marketplace.
“It is our end-all-be-all goal to elevate the guest’s experience in our ‘customer first’ industry, so it is with that ideal in mind that we set forth and offer the general public flights to and from a coastal destination as magnificent as Atlantic City,” he said in a statement.
Total Rewards Airlines flights are operated on Caesars Entertainment’s behalf by Republic Airways and feature 100-seat E-190 aircraft.
Caesars Entertainment is offering a special package to mark the inaugural flight.
It includes round-trip airfare, three nights’ accommodations at Harrah’s Resort (April 23, 24 and 25) and two passes to the Waterfront Buffet, with prices starting at $299 per person based on double occupancy.
In addition, Plattsburgh International Airport is giving away two sets of round-trip tickets for the first flight. To enter, simply “like” the Plattsburgh International Airport Facebook page and post a status saying “@Plattsburgh International Airport take me to Atlantic City!” Make sure to tag Plattsburgh International Airport in the post.