Nantucket Memorial Airport Reviews
The first place where you can see the sunrise in United States is in Nantucket. The town, island and county once belonged to New York’s Dukes County and it wasn’t part of Massachusetts in 1691. Home to Folgers Coffee. Nantucket has the second oldest lighthouse, oldest functioning windmill and once had been the wealthiest town in US.

Nantucket Memorial Airport Reviews-massachusettsDid you know that Nantucket has the largest concentration of Native American place names in the country. Nantucket is translated as “far away land” in the Wampanoag dialect, who were the original inhabitants of the island.

On Sunday we wrote a review about Nantucket Airlines. Today we’ll be writing a review regarding the public airport in Nantucket: Nantucket Memorial Airport (ACK)

Aesthetics

Nantucket Memorial Airport has a one-passenger terminal which provides free WiFi internet connectivity or access through the airport. Restaurants are also within and outside the airport. ACK also has car and bicycle rental services. Parking facilities are also available at Nantucket Memorial Airport with different parking options to choose from.

However, there are limited information about the airport online since Nantucket Memorial Airport is not a big international airport but a public one. The best way to grasp more information about ACK is through their official website.
Nantucket Memorial Airport Reviews-pageOn their official page, customers can access the airport guide for arrivals & departures, parking, ground transportation, airlines & destinations and flight tracker. The web page also provides direct link to their social media account and keeps travellers updated with their current news and updates.

Getting To and From

The different modes of ground transport available between Nantucket Memorial Airport and nearby destinations include cars, taxis, shared rides and airport courtesy shuttle services which are operational between July and early September at an interval of 20 minutes and from 9am to 6pm in the evening.

Nantucket Memorial Airport Reviews-aircraftThree auto rental companies operate from inside the Airport Terminal:

  • Hertz: 1-800-654-3131
  • Nantucket Island Rent-a-Car: 1-800-508-9972
  • Nantucket Windmill Auto: 1-800-228-1227

Location – Traffic – Service

ACK is located three miles (5 km) southeast of Nantucket Town and lies on the south side of the island of Nantucket in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. It is hub for Cape Air Airlines, Delta Airlines, Island Air Airlines, JetBlue Airways Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways Airlines. The airport is owned by the Town of Nantucket and has three asphalt runways and accommodates over a hundred thousand of passengers annually.

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Nantucket Memorial Airport Reviews and News

Though ACK is not a popular airport, Nantucket Memorial Airport is best known for its hotels since the town of Nantucket is more known to be a top destination in Massachusetts. According to Nantucket Memorial Airport reviews, the airport had gathered a 3.5/5 rating on Yelp and after reading the 7 feedback posted, it made us feel convinced that ACK has the perfect size for the island and the traffic.
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Contact Information:

  • Airport Code:                       ACK
  • Phone Number:                   +1 508-325-5300
  • Website URL:                      http://ma-nantucket.civicplus.com/597/Memorial-Airport
  • Address:                              14 Airport Rd, Nantucket, MA 02554, United States

 

Overview

We have to admit that it wasn’t easy to write a review about Nantucket Memorial Airport. The interior view of the airport is not even shown online. However, we hope that we’re able to provide you necessary and helpful information regarding ACK. Since Nantucket Memorial Airport reviews don’t complain much about their airport, it’s safe to say that the public airport is doing a fair job.

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  1. A small airport located in the middle of Nantucket. No, it doesn’t look like the the terminal on the old show “Wings”, it’s actually much larger but still small enough to be user friendly. It does have a lunch counter inside but it’s really more of a self serve restaurant. The food is what you would expect from an airport place. One neat thing in the restaurant are the autographed pictures from the cast of Wings. That adds a interesting touch.

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