Dayton James Cox DAY Airport Overview
The Airpport carries on an aviation legacy that dates back to the original flight pioneers, Orville and Wilber Wright, who were Dayton residents.
DAY Airport is located in Vandalia, just six minutes from Interstate Hwys 75 & 70 (Exit 32) and 9 miles north of the central business district of the city of Dayton.
With three runways and 1.8 passengers a year, Dayton International Airport is served by major airlines, including low-fare carriers, offering nonstop flights to cities throughout the US and Canada, with connections around the world.
Dayton International has one passenger terminal. The Information desk is open 6am-9pm.
Current & future Airport developments:
- Preliminary work started on the 3.75M project which will include re-alignment and re-construction on a portion of Perimeter Road; demolition of 10 buildings, asbestos abatement work, utility removals, capping work and site improvements (fencing, gates and electrical work).
- Funding for the first phase of the $130M terminal renovation project has been secured - involving replacement of current facade for the entrance with glass wall & canopy. Work starts summer 2016, to be completed by Spring 2018. The following phases include a second level with a new food court, remodeling of concourses and reconstruction of economy parking lot.