Passenger traffic at Daytona Beach International Airport increased 1 percent in March, 2015 compared with last March.
Passenger traffic at Daytona Beach International Airport increased 1 percent in March compared with March, 2014. Passenger traffic rose from 63,146 last March to 63,680 this year, an increase of 1 percent. For the year ending March 31, traffic rose 4 percent over the prior 12 months from 609,108 to 634,702.
The airport’s two primary commercial airlines, Delta Air Lines and U.S Airways, reported 91 percent of available seats filled during the month. This was a decrease of 3 percent from March a year ago.
“The airport is pleased with traffic results in March which continue to reflect stability and upward momentum that started several years ago as the economy began to improve,” said Rick Karl, airport director. Last month, JetBlue Airways, a low-cost airline based in New York City, announced new nonstop service between Daytona Beach International Airport and JFK International Airport next February.
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