Located on 5,000 acres near the Interstate 70 & 75 interchange, the Dayton International Airport has three runways: 10,900 foot primary, 7,000 foot parallel with operations on a parallel runway when necessary, and an 8,500 foot crosswind runway. The dual runway system allows simultaneous operations on parallel runways with landings and departures on the crosswind runway.
There are 15 nonstop services to 23 major domestic markets carrying 2 million passengers annually.
Airlines Serving Dayton
Freight/Cargo Airlines Serving Dayton
Other Area Airports
Dayton Wright Brothers
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Scheduled Commercial Flight Times from Dayton:
Atlanta 1 hour, 30 minutes
Charlotte 1 hour, 16 minutes
Chicago 1 hour, 4 minutes
Dallas 2 hours, 40 minutes
Detroit 1 hour, 7 minutes
Minneapolis 1 hour, 58 minutes
Newark 1 hour, 55 minutes
New York 1 hour, 41 minutes
Pittsburgh 55 minutes
Philadelphia 1 hour, 22 minutes
St. Louis 1 hour, 24 minutes
Washington, D.C. 1 hour, 10 minutes
Known as the "Crossroads of America," the Miami Valley is at the intersection of Interstates 70 & 75, which cross just north of the Dayton city limits. I-75 connects the northern border of the U.S. to the southernmost tip in Florida, while I-70 connects the east and west coasts. This intersection is a focal point in the national network of interstate highways and major state routes. The Interstate 675 bypass from I-70 east of Dayton joins I-75 south to improve circulation and allow easy access to Columbus and Cincinnati.
Distance (in miles):
Atlanta, GA 536
Chicago, IL 295
Cincinnati, OH 52
Cleveland, OH 217
Columbus, OH 71
Detroit, MI 213
Indianapolis, IN 112
Lexington, KY 134
Louisville, KY 154
Pittsburgh, PA 263
St. Louis, MO 356
Washington, D.C. 470
Over 50 trucking and motor freight companies serve the Dayton area. These companies include contract, as well as heavy and light haulers; liquid or dry bulk; and motor freight carriers. Many have terminals located near I-70 and 75 and the Dayton International Airport.
The Dayton region has two Class 1 rail systems — CSX and Norfolk Southern. Both have large switching yards in the Dayton area and can handle nearly all rail needs.
Ohio 3-C & D Rail Corridor
In early 2010, Ohio was awarded $400 million in federal economic stimulus funds to construct a passenger rail corridor. The proposed passenger rail corridor would stretch from Cincinnati to Dayton to Columbus to Cleveland. Proponents highlight that this rail corridor would increase travel, tourism, recreation and business connections to major metropolitan areas in and outside the State of Ohio. Proposed rail stops in the Dayton region would be in downtown Dayton, Riverside (across from USAF Museum) and Springfield. Currently environmental and feasibility assessments are being conducted.
For additional information, please visit the “3-C Is Me” website.
Greyhound Bus Lines provides nationwide bus service with 22 arrivals/departures daily. The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (GDRTA) provides county-wide bus service including handicapped service. Many of the GDRTA buses are electric powered.
RailTrails are old railroad beds converted into trails for public use. They are often used for walking, biking, roller blading and running.