Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education & Research


Tim BradyFollow






The story of Daytona Beach International Airport is one which includes a mixture of politics and pioneers, depression and recovery, and peace and war. It represents a microcosm of life that slices across America's aviation experience and even deeper into her social consciousness. Today the airport is one of the top two or three busiest general aviation airports in the country owing mostly to the presence of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and its high volume flight training activities.


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