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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Atlantic City International Airport
is a joint civil-military public airport located nine nautical miles (17 km) northwest of the central business district of Atlantic City, in Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States. Located in the Pomona section of Galloway Township, it is the major component of a national aviation area that lies on portions of three municipalities: Egg Harbor Township, Galloway Township, and Hamilton Township. The airport is accessible via Exit 9 on the Atlantic City Expressway. The facility is operated by the South Jersey Transportation Authority, which also owns the terminal building. Most of the land area is owned by the Federal Aviation Administration. - Source: Wikipedia
Authorities are investigating the crash of a single-engine plane at Atlantic City International Airport.
Emergency responders are calling a drill held at Atlantic City International Airport a success.
Fewer people visited Atlantic City in 2013 by trains, planes and automobiles.
Federal officials say screeners at U.S. airports detected a record number of weapons in 2013.
Almost every New Jersey governor since William T. Cahill in the early 1970s has discussed merging the state's three toll roads under one government superagency. Each eventually did a U-turn away from the idea.