Fresh off the announcement that United Airlines will fly to Atlantic City next spring, airport officials are hoping to attract even more flights to an underserved market by dangling a package of financial incentives. Two government agencies that oversee Atlantic City International Airport are developing a program that would give airlines financial support in return for new domestic or international flights.
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