Trenton / Mercer County, NJ

Airport Name: Trenton/Mercer County Airport
Airport Code: TTN
Location: Ewing Township, Mercer County, New Jersey
Serving: New Jersey and Greater Philadelphia
Visitors' Information:

Gate information:
Shuttle America's check-in is located on the lower level of the terminal.


The airport is off Exit 2 of I-95.

From Pennsylvania: Take I-95 N, crossing into New Jersey. Exit 2 will be about 1 mile. Turn right on to Bear Tavern Road. Airport will be mile on the left and is well marked. Trenton / Mercer County Airport is about a 30 minute drive from Philadelphia.

From South New Jersey: Take I-295 North.I-295 becomes I-95 South (to Pennsylvania). I-95 S, to Exit 2. Turn right on Bear Tavern Road. Airport will be mile on the left and is well marked.

From New York/North New Jersey: Take I-95 (New Jersey Turnpike) to exit 7 I-195 West to I-295 North. I-295 North becomes I-95 South (to Pennsylvania). Mercer County Airport is exit 2 from I-95. Turn right on to Bear Tavern Road. Airport will be ile on the left and is well marked.

Distances From The Airport:

Trenton, NJ

6 Miles

Princeton, NJ

12 Miles

Phiadelphia, PA

35 Miles

Newark, NJ

53 Miles

New York City

63 Miles

Atlantic City, NJ

94 Miles

Parking Information:
Parking in Trenton is free. There is a large lot in front of the terminal building.

Ground Transportation:

Trenton Train Station is 10 minutes from the airport.

Amtrak offers over 20 daily trains from the downtown Trenton station to Philadelphia, New York City and points in central New Jersey.

Taxi Services:

White Angels Taxi


United Cab


Rental Car Agencies:
Budget (800-527-0700) and Hertz (800-654-3131) are located in the terminal building. (click here for Shuttle America discounts)

Airport Hotels:

Hyatt Regency


Princeton, NJ

Sheraton Bucks County


Langhorne, PA

Hampton Inn


Newtown, PA

Other Information:
The unique General's Quarters restaurant is located at the airport and overlooks the field. A perfect spot for airline and airplane enthusiasts, it is open for lunch and dinner. There is also a small shop that sells newspapers and sundry items.

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