South Beach? Country music capital of the world? If you live closer to Atlantic City, you may not have to drive all the way to Philadelphia for your flight.

 

According to The Press of Atlantic City, a tour company will launch public charter flights from Atlantic City International Airport to Miami and Nashville, Tennessee, starting May 21 and is planning to add connecting service to Havana in June through Baltimore.

 

This charter service will be offered five days a week with round-trip airfare to Miami running about 349 dollars, and Nashville running about 269 dollars.  The goal is to spike up the tourism at the Jersey Shore, and to not only bring people to places like Miami and Nashville, but also bring people to Atlantic City.

 

The Atlantic City International Airport has also already made a deal with Air Canada to offer non-stop flights from Toronto to Atlantic City.