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Nantucket Memorial Airport is the second-busiest airport in the state, after Logan International Airport, serving the Nantucket island. It operates with most of seasonal domestic flights.
Number of Terminals - 1 - open from 530 am until 10 pm
Airlines: Cape Air - Rectrix Shuttle - Jet Blue - Delta Airlines - Tradewind Aviation - United Airlines - American
Annual passenger traffic:
Tel: +1 508-325-5300
The airport is located 3 miles (5 km) southeast of the Nantucket town center.
The airport offers free wireless internet throughout the Terminal and ATM’s cash machines,
Food and Drinks - Restaurant and vending machines.
Shopping - Terminal gift shop
Baggage - There are 2 baggage claims at Nantucket Memorial Airport. Baggage claim “A” is located at the south end of the Terminal near the rental-car counters. Baggage Claim “B” is located in the summer arrivals area in the North end of Terminal. Lost and Found - items lost within the terminal grounds can be claimed at the Airport security office (in the Terminal) from 8 am to 430 pm. For items left on aircraft, travelers must contact their individual airlines.
Other services -
ACK is serviced by a number of licensed taxicab operators. Be advised that not all Island taxi companies accept credit cards.
See Taxi Rates are set by the Select Board.
Public buses- ACK is a terminus for the Nantucket Regional Transit Authority’s THE WAVE, Airport route. This route operates every 20 minutes between 10am and 6pm, from mid-June thru Labor Day. The route connects ACK with Town Center and other NRTA routes.
Parking lots include hourly, weekly and monthly, 6-months and annual parking services.
The first 3 hours are free of charge.
If you are a passenger traveling with a disability or require special attention, please contact your airline 48 hours prior to travel.
Latest updates: April 18, 2019