Daytona Beach International Airport (DBIA) is the "Gateway to Central Florida", linking the world-famous Atlantic Ocean beaches and the Daytona International Speedway with Orlando attractions, Kennedy Space Center, and historic St. Augustine. Daytona Beach International Airport provides service to over 150 destinations worldwide.
DBIA takes the stress out of travel. DBIA is a convenient alternative to the uncertainties of Orlando and Jacksonville commuter traffic. The accommodating design of the airport provides short distances between parking lots, ticket counters, ground transportation, baggage claim and terminals. Airport personnel and ambassadors are committed to providing passengers with world class customer service which enhances the travel experience. The strategic location of the airport provides quick access to the East/Central Florida region.
DBIA’s terminal is 175,000 square feet and has six gates. The Airport is 2,000 acres and is owned and operated by Volusia County Government is managed by the county's Department of Aviation and Economic Resources.
• 160,000-square-foot, six-gate terminal
• 1,200 close-in public parking spaces
• Seven major rental car companies
• Two major airlines – Delta Air Lines and US Airways
• 60,000-square-foot federal inspection services (FIS)
• International departures and in-transit lounge
• Ramp drive loading bridge with internal ground power
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