Daytona-to-Dallas Flights Resume at DBIA

Daytona-to-Dallas Flights Resume at DBIA

Nonstop flights servicing Daytona Beach International Airport to and from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Washington Reagan National Airport have resumed, according to a county media release.

“The resumption of these seasonal flights is testament to the demand for service through Daytona Beach International Airport,” said Joanne Magley with the airport’s air service, marketing, and customer experience department, in the release. “With continued support from the community and our visitors, these seasonal flights are likely to continue each year, and help make the case for possible permanent offerings.”

American Airlines also offers multiple, daily nonstop flights to/from Charlotte, North Carolina. Through at least the end of February, all three daily flights will be on larger, mainline jets. Mainline jets are larger aircraft, with at least 128 seats, compared to the regional CRJ-900, which has 76-79 seats, according to the release.

The Dallas and D.C. regions are two of the top origin and destination markets for Daytona Beach International Airport.

The most recent FDOT Statewide Aviation Economic Impact Study shows the Daytona Beach International Airport provides a total economic impact of more than $2.1 billion annually to Volusia County while providing more than 2,382 local full-time employees.