Served only by major U.S. airline companies, Dayton International Airport in Dayton, Ohio is well connected to some of the largest cities in the United States. All of the ticket counters and check in desks for all the airlines are located in the Main Terminal building at Dayton International Airport. Passengers can get to Concourse B and Concourse C only after passing the security checkpoints in the Main Terminal area.
Delta Air Lines takes the title of being the busiest airline company at Dayton International Airport. This major U.S. airline connects Ohio’s sixth largest city with several other major metropolitan cities such as Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis, and New York City. As a matter of fact, Delta Air Lines uses the major airports in these cities as domestic hubs. This means that passengers at Dayton International Airport can enjoy the best service to busy airports such as Hartsfield-Jackson, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County, Minneapolis/Saint Paul, and New York’s La Guardia and JFK.
Most of the Delta flights at Dayton International Airport are provided under the Delta Connection brand, which is operated by other companies such as Pinnacle Airlines and SkyWest Airlines. The gates in Concourse B welcome passengers to the Delta fleet.
Dayton International Airport is connected to Colorado’s largest city thanks to the service of two major regional companies. Frontier Airlines and Southwest Airlines offer flights to Denver International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the country. In fact, Frontier Airlines is actually headquartered at Denver’s main airport. Both of these regional U.S. companies operate at Concourse C at Dayton International Airport.
AirTran Airways is the second busiest airline at Dayton International Airport. This low cost company is the only airline to connect Dayton to Baltimore, Orlando, and Tampa on a year round schedule. Additionally, AirTran Airways offers flights to Atlanta, which is the busiest route at the airport that is also provided by Delta. Passengers can get on the AirTran Airways fleet of Boeing jets from Concourse C.
To get from Dayton International Airport to the busiest airport in Texas, passengers will have to rely on American Airlines. The flights to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport by American Airlines depart from Concourse B.
United Express links Dayton International Airport with Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Besides offering flights to Ohio’s busiest airport, United Express provides trips to Chicago, Denver, Newark, and Washington District of Columbia. United Express service is available in both concourses at Dayton International Airport.