How the Greater Daytona Region Takes Flight in 2019

How the Greater Daytona Region Takes Flight in 2019

Both leisure and business travelers will now have more ways to fly from the Greater Daytona Region, as exciting aviation news marks the beginning of 2019.

The region is already immersed in a rich tradition of aviation—the first twin-engine plane ever built flew from Daytona Beach’s famous shore, after all. Now, residents and visitors can continue that tradition with modern flight solutions and a greater range of ways to fly. Read on to learn more about the upcoming developments that will continue to grow the Greater Daytona Region’s reputation as a top place to live and work.

American Airlines offers flights to the Big Apple

Those flying between the Greater Daytona Region and the Big Apple for work or leisure will now be able to simplify their itinerary even further. Beginning on May 4th, American Airlines will be servicing the Daytona Beach International Airport with flights going to and from LaGuardia Airport in New York City. There will be one incoming and one outgoing flight on both Saturday and Sunday, so travelers can plan accordingly and choose the schedule that works best for them. Access to LaGuardia is also perfect for those travelers looking to avoid the potential crowds at JFK.

Silver Airways provides an intrastate option

For those looking for a convenient way to travel within the state, Silver Airways’ arrival on January 16th is the perfect solution. Silver Airways will offer service to Fort Lauderdale, a route that will no doubt streamline business and leisure travel between the two Sunshine State hubs.

Sunwing improves international access with flights to Toronto

International travel to Toronto will also be offered this January, by way of Sunwing. Beginning on the 28th, travelers will be able to travel to the Ontario capital with ease out of the Daytona Beach International Airport. This new service will help make business between the United States and Canada that much easier.

Additional ways to fly, paired with promising numbers from 2018 (airport travelers increased by 11 percent from last November to this one) prove that the Greater Daytona Region is well-equipped to take flight in the months ahead. Improved access will help mark the region as a key player in state, national and global commerce—and that is something to be excited about.

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