Daytona Beach Transportation
Visitors can fly directly into Daytona Beach International Airport via Delta (Atlanta, GA), American Airlines (Charlotte, NC), Sunwing (Toronto, Canada) and Silver Airways (Fort Lauderdale, FL). American Airlines will be adding seasonal direct flights from New York City (LGA) starting in May 2019. Check out our area airports for more transportation options.
The Daytona Beach area is very accessible whether you are traveling by car or prefer to use local transportation options.
Directions to Daytona Beach
Driving to the Daytona Beach area is easy, as two of the state's major interstates intersect here - Interstate 95, which runs north and south and Interstate 4, which comes in from the west. Other major roads leading into the area include U.S. Highway 1; U.S. Highway 92; State Road 40, which connects to Interstate 75; and Highway A1A which runs along the beautiful Atlantic coastline.
Fort Lauderdale/Miami to Daytona Beach
From Fort Lauderdale or Miami, take Interstate 95, North. Take exit numbers 261A through 273. Go east to reach the beachside areas.
Tampa and Orlando to Daytona Beach
Take Interstate 4 from Tampa or Orlando heading east. Take exit number 132A and go north on Interstate 95. At exit number 261A, take U.S. 92 / International Speedway Blvd. east to A1A and the beaches.
Jacksonville and St. Augustine to Daytona Beach
Head south on Interstate 95 to exit number 216A and head east on US-92 / International Speedway Blvd. to AIA and the beaches.
Distance from Daytona Beach
- Orlando, 54 miles - Home of the Orlando Magic and Orlando City Soccer
- St. Augustine, 62 miles
- Kennedy Space Center, 63 miles
- Jacksonville, 95 miles - Home of the Jacksonville Jaguars
- Tampa, 139 miles - Home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneerss, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and Tampa Bay Lightning
- Fort Lauderdale, 230 miles - Home of the Florida Panthers
- Miami, 254 miles - Home of the Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat and Florida Marlins