Arrivals Dayton International Airport
Airport James M Cox Dayton International Airport, located close to Dayton and has 3 runways, of which the longest is 10900 feet (3322 meters) long. Dayton International Airport is 1009 feet (308 m) above sea level. It’s in the UTC-5 (DST-4) timezone in Ohio.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) refers to the airport code DAY. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) uses KDAY when James M Cox Dayton International Airport is meant. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) uses, like IATA, DAY abbreviation.
The airport is relatively a small airport with around 1 million passengers a year. It’s mainly used for domestic flights so it’s no surprise the top airline carriers are Delta, American Airlines and United Airlines. Most arrivals are going to world’s busiest airport Atlanta next to Chicago O-Hare airport.