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Hard Rock Air brings Atlantic City into focus
Hard Rock Air will connect passengers to casinos using a D328 Jet. Jetsetters will step off the tarmac and into the live casino action, premium entertainment, extensive dining options and amenities at the oceanfront resort.
Ultimate Jetcharters will use a 30-seat D328 Jet to perform charter work for Hard Rock Air.

Ultimate Jetcharters, a Part 135 based in North Canton, Ohio, will fly a Dornier 328 Jet on behalf of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City in New Jersey in a new service that has been unveiled as Hard Rock Air. The 30-seat VIP service will cater to high-end customers travelling to the resort from select markets across the region. Friday 16 July has been earmarked as the launch date.

Hard Rock Air will elevate Atlantic City as a premier entertainment destination with flights from Farmingdale and White Plains in New York, Norfolk and Richmond in Virginia, Baltimore in Maryland, Cincinnati in Ohio, and Scranton and Latrobe in Pennsylvania. Customers will discover the city, which boasts a backdrop of the iconic boardwalk, beach and ocean.

“We are confident that Hard Rock Air is going to take our VIP guest experience to new heights and offer a convenient, seamless getaway that is unmatched in the market,” says Joe Lupo, president of Hard Rock Atlantic City.

Jetsetters will step off the tarmac and into the live casino action, premium entertainment, extensive dining options and amenities at the oceanfront resort. Private charter check-in and complimentary parking will be provided at the airport. The getaway also includes overnight accommodations at Hard Rock Atlantic City and ground transportation to and from Atlantic City International airport.

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