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Airline looks to expand operations at Dayton airport, create 70 new jobs

 

Air Wisconsin Airlines is looking to invest $1 million and bring dozens of new jobs to the region as part of an expansion project at the Dayton International Airport.

 

Air Wisconsin — a carrier for United Airlines — plans to relocate maintenance and training operations from Virginia to Dayton, which would create up to 70 jobs and generate $3.4 million in new payroll. The airline currently performs maintenance at the airport, but it employs just a few people.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/04/24/airline-looks-to-expand-operations-at-dayton.html


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Dayton airport’s newest non-stop flight lifts off Friday

 

Dayton International Airport’s newest non-stop flight to Houston will begin its journey Friday morning.

 

United Airlines flight 4229 will depart from the airport at 7:08 a.m. and will arrive at Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport at approximately 8:46 a.m. Forty of the 50 seats available have been booked by customers on the ERJ-135 airplane as of Tuesday. Each week, United will offer seven flights to Houston.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/06/07/dayton-airport-s-newest-non-stop-flight-lifts-off.html

 

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As passenger traffic continues to decline at the Dayton International Airport, airports in Cincinnati and Columbus are seeing increases as the busy summer vacation season begins.

 

Around 93,244 passengers flew out of the Dayton airport in May, more than 3,000 less than the year before during the same month. For the year, 405,659 travelers have flown from the Dayton airport compared to the 416,023 passengers who flew in the same time period last year.

 

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Airport eyes second flight to Houston, direct route to Boston

 

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Less than two weeks after the newest non-stop flight from Dayton to Houston lifted off, United Airlines is planning to upgrade its equipment with a larger aircraft to accommodate the passenger load.

 

And if the carrier sees success with a higher-capacity plane, it could add another flight to the Texas city.

 

"It's exciting that, in less than 15 days of service, this flight is already successful enough to warrant a larger aircraft," said Terry Slaybaugh, director of the Dayton International Airport. "If we can be successful and fill up this (larger aircraft), the next logical thing for them to do is get a second flight."

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/06/20/airport-eyes-second-flight-to-houston-direct-route.html


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Dayton airports in line for $25M federal grant

 

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A pair of local airports are in line for a $25 million grant from the federal government.

 

Funding from the Federal Aviation Administration's Airport Improvement Project grant program would be used for projects at the Dayton International Airport and the Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport, which are owned by the city. These projects include pavement rehabilitation and related improvements; airfield and terminal improvements; land acquisition; master planning; equipment purchases; environmental studies; safety and security; and other aviation-related initiatives.

 

The AIP grant, funded by the United States Department of Transportation, amounts to $25 million with a local cash match of $2.5 million, which would be provided by the City of Dayton Department of Aviation.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/12/03/dayton-airports-in-line-for-25m-federalgrant.html


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Project to watch in 2019: Dayton airport developments

 

The Dayton International Airport sits on more than 5,000 acres of land and utilizes about 2,500 acres for day-to-day airport operations. Over the past four years the city of Dayton, in partnership with Montgomery County, the Dayton Development Coalition and JobsOhio, have found creative ways to develop the underutilized land. 

 

Reports of two animal supply retailers — Purina Mills and Chewy Inc. — signing lease deals to occupy industrial space near the airport is the latest development in a string of recent wins for the Dayton region, as other tenants have already started to fill new buildings on the property.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/12/28/project-to-watch-in-2019-dayton-airport.html


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County eyes $10M road upgrades to support bustling area near airport

 

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Montgomery County is eyeing a $10.4 million roadway improvement project to support economic growth and development around the Dayton International Airport.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/12/31/county-eyes-10m-road-upgrades-to-support-bustling.html


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Company looks to construct corporate hangar at Dayton airport

 

A company is looking to construct a new hangar facility at the Dayton International Airport.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/20/company-looks-to-construct-corporate-hangar-at.html

 

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Dayton airport developing into logistics hub for global companies

 

A bevy of commercial development around the Dayton International Airport is turning the area into a hub for logistics, manufacturing and distribution.

 

In the last few years, several businesses have established operations on airport land, including consumer goods distributors Procter & Gamble and Spectrum Brands — a pair of massive corporations that ship products across the world.

 

"If you look at a company like Spectrum Brands, this is the only facility in the U.S. where they're doing manufacturing of their STP car products," said Dayton International Airport Director Terry Slaybaugh. "They're able to serve all of their customers from here. With P&G, their building provides product to every one of their customers in the U.S."

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/04/26/dayton-airport-developing-into-logistics-hub-for.html


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Dayton airport's terminal reconstruction project enters final phase

 

A massive reconstruction project at the Dayton International Airport is entering its final phase, with new amenities to be added in the coming weeks.

 

New developments included in the project's last phase will be a new concierge and information desk, as well as a "We Proudly Brew Starbucks'Aviator Joe Cafe" kiosk near the center entrance of the airport, which will be available in the next few weeks.

 

In July, the center island drive lanes will reopen as well as a glass shelter that will house valet parking. In the end, the airport says travelers will "finally get to see the new and improved terminal in all its glory, providing a beautiful tribute to the Wright brothers in their own hometown."

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/05/17/dayton-airports-terminal-reconstruction-project.html

 

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Report: Dayton airport outlook trending in positive direction

 

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The outlook for Dayton International Airport is trending in a positive direction, according to a new rating from analytics firm S&P Global.

 

In a report released earlier this month, S&P Global Ratings revised its outlook from negative to stable. The revised rating signifies the airport is improving, though challenges remain.

 

The independent, third-party assessment acknowledges the vulnerability DAY has as a small airport with tough competition, but credits the revision in large part to airport management and the region’s strong economic activity. 

 

“The outlook revision reflects our view that DAY’s enplanement levels are stabilizing after year-over-year declines since 2013,” S&P Global Analysts Kevin Archer and Joseph Pezzimenti stated in the report. "Our assessment of the enterprise risk profile as adequate reflects DAY’s very strong service area economic fundamentals, low industry risk, vulnerable market position, and strong management and governance.” 

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/05/22/report-dayton-airport-outlook-trending-in-positive.html


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Dayton airport set to get $8M in government support for improvements

 

The Dayton International Airport will receive nearly $8 million in federal support for improvements.

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is investing nearly $9 million for improvements at airports across the Miami Valley, U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao announced Tuesday, reports our news partners at WDTN-TV.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/07/10/dayton-airport-set-to-get-8m-in-government-support.html

 

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^ they better use some of that $ to put the electric massage chairs in the walkway back. i’m still mad at them for getting rid of those.

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Dayton airport terminal project's $29M first phase nears completion

 

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The Dayton International Airport is on its way to an important milestone.

 

The local airport announced it will complete the first phase of its terminal modernization project this month. More than 100 consultants, engineers, architects, contractors and airport personnel contributed to the nearly $29 million project. 

 

The newly built rental car building is on track to receive LEED Silver, while the remodeled front terminal facility has already received LEED Gold — the first city of Dayton projects to receive these designations.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/10/22/dayton-airport-terminal-projects-29m-first-phase.html


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Dayton airport awarded $4.3M grant for safety, infrastructure improvements

 

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The Dayton International Airport has been awarded a multi-million-dollar grant from the federal government.

 

The Federal Aviation Administration granted $4.3 million to the local airport as part of its Airport Improvement Plan Supplement Grant program. Funding from the grant will be used for safety and infrastructure improvements.

 

“The robust economy is enabling more passengers to travel by air, so this administration is investing billions of dollars in America’s airports, which will address safer operations, fewer airport delays and greater ease of travel for air travelers,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao. 

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/12/03/dayton-airport-awarded-4-3m-grant-for-safety.html


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The first phase of the terminal improvements, redesigning the facade and pick-up/drop-off area, looks great. I especially like the flattened curb/bollard approach, so it's easy to roll a suitcase between the driveway and sidewalk. Would be cool if the city would explore a similar design for 5th Street in the Oregon and/or St. Anne's Hill (with appropriately tasteful bollards for those areas). Cincinnati did that on Short Vine, but peculiarly left the street corners raised. (And their choice of bollards is rather questionable, bit I digress.)

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Airline to offer new flight from Dayton to Florida

 

Low-cost carrier Allegiant Air is launching a new flight from Dayton to Florida.

 

The Las Vegas-based airline announced a nonstop seasonal route from the Dayton International Airport to Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport. Flights begin May 14, with one-way fares as low as $55. The new flight will operate twice weekly from May to August.

 

“We are very happy about Allegiant’s decision to bring additional service to Dayton," Gil Turner, interim director of aviation for the city of Dayton, said. "Our travelers will be thrilled to have convenient nonstop access to another amazing Allegiant destination."

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/01/14/airline-to-offer-new-flight-from-dayton-to-florida.html

 

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Hooray, another same-as-the-rest beach town to fly to. Wake me up when we get a weekly direct flight to LA.

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Dayton airport the top landing spot for new airline

 

The Dayton International Airport has been identified as one of the top landing spots for a new airline.

 

A new report from OAG, a provider of travel data and insight, found Dayton to be the largest unserved market north of Florida with 159 one-way travelers. Based on this finding, OAG pegged the Dayton airport as a prime location for Breeze Airways — a planned airline expected to begin operations later this year.

 

The report indicated a specific route the new airline could employ, from the Orlando International Airport to the Dayton International Airport. Three other routes — from Jacksonville, Florida to Richmond, Virginia; Jacksonville to Buffalo, New York; and Miami to Buffalo — also were listed in the report.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/04/report-dayton-airport-the-top-landing-spot-for-new.html

 

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