Daytona Beach International Airport gets $40 million facelift — Construction crews are putting the final touches on a two and half year renovation of Daytona Beach International Airport.
Passengers and guests will see new flooring, lighting, and furniture along with other accommodations in the main terminal which hasn’t been renovated since it was initially built in 1992. A drastic decrease in traffic due to the coronavirus pandemic allowed crews to work more efficiently over the past 9 months.
A large potion of the project was spent on upgrading the airports runway and taxiways with new LED lighting, signs and pavement. In fact, nearly two million square feet of pavement was applied, that’s equivalent to 31 football fields.
American Airlines recently added two new daily non-stop flights to Daytona International Airport between Dallas and Philadelphia.