The Dayton Region sits at the intersection of I-70 and I-75, giving it access to one of the most highly traveled intersections in the United States. In fact, the Dayton Region is within 600 miles of 53% of the U.S. population and 60% of workers currently employed in manufacturing industry, providing short commutes to major markets.
Travel time within the city is also convenient. The daily community time is five minutes below the national commute average and compares favorably to various metropolitan areas.
Within approximately 60 minutes, our businesses and citizens have access to three international airports with daily operations that rival major metropolitan areas. In addition, the Dayton 90 minute air market reaches over 137 million people ( 53% of U.S. workers within 600 miles) and more than half of the combined population in the U.S. and Canada, allowing for twice-a-day service to five metropolitan areas plus 300 towns and large cities.
Source: Wright State University, Urban Affairs
The Dayton International Airport has direct flights to the following cities:
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN
New York, NY
Air Freight -
- Dayton, Ohio – Dayton International Airport
- Cincinnati, Ohio – Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
- Columbus, Ohio – Rickenbacker and Bolton Field Airports
- Wilmington, Ohio – ABX Air, Inc.