Daytona Beach Flights Guide
Founded in 1870, Dayton Beach is a relatively new city. Itís located on Floridaís east coast, south of Jacksonville, and compresses several miles of wide sandy beach against the Atlantic surf.
Daytona Beach became known for its car industry early onóbut not the production of cars if not the testing of them on the vast swaths of compressed sandy beaches. Today, Daytona Beach is universally known for its Daytona International Speedway, the host of the championship races of the incredibly-popular NASCAR circuit. Apart from that, the city is growing as a beach resort town, and nowadays there are many high rise condos and hotels that line the seafront. The beach becomes very crowded during the holidays and especially during Spring Break when the high schools and colleges unleash their fleshy youth. Itís not uncommon to see attractive bronzing bodies littering the beach. Besides cars and sand, the city also has a waterpark, a shooting range and the popular Daytona Beach Bandshell, an open-air concert venue.
Daytona Beach International Airport receives flights from Delta, US Airways and their subsidiaries.
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Daytona Beach Travel Facts
- Daytona Beach, USA connects to 2 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Daytona Beach is 366 miles to Atlanta on Delta Air Lines.
- The longest flight from Daytona Beach is 416 miles to Charlotte on US Airways.
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