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Daytona Travel Guide

Getting There

By plane
You can fly into Orlando International or Jacksonville International, both of which are an hour away. Daytona Beach International serves Delta Air Lines, AirTran Airways, Continental Airlines, and United Airlines. For inexpensive fares, fly to Orlando International and drive to Daytona. There are also a number of private charter services which run out of the Daytona airport, like Vintage Props and Jets. During busy times, it is hard to book a direct flight coming at DBIA. The next nearest airport is Orlando-Sanford Airport (SFB), about 35 miles away, which is serviced by PanAm Airlines. Furthur away are Orlando International (MCO) and Jacksonville International Airports (JAX), both about seventy miles away from Daytona Beach. Orlando and Jacksonville provide service by most of the principal airlines.

By car
Daytona Beach is well accessible by interstate I-95 that operates north and south and I-4 that links Daytona Beach with Orlando and Tampa. A1A is the scenic north/South route along the beach.

Train service to Daytona Beach is provided by AMTRAK, with a stop in the nearby town of Deland. Greyhound Bus Lines possess a station in Daytona Beach.

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