The news and gift shop, located on the 2nd level concourse area between Gates 2 & 4, offers a great selection of news, gifts, books, snacks, beverages and travel necessities with a courteous staff to answer your questions and assist you. The gift shop is open daily 1 1/2 hours prior to the first departure and closes at 6:00 p.m.
Free wireless, and broadband Internet service is available to passengers and visitors to DAB. Broadband workstations are available adjacent to the snack bar in the airport's concourse. The entire airport is a Wi-Fi Zone, where passengers can check e-mail, send and receive files and access corporate websites. The zone supports users of laptop computers, PDAs, cell phones and other devices equipped with "Wi-Fi Compatible" technology. Dowload the free FLYSMART app for DAB information, provided by Clear Channel.
Meetings & Banquets
The Dennis R. McGee Room is located outside the secured area of the terminal and is a popular room for meetings, luncheons, receptions, weddings, etc. It covers more then 3,000 square feet and can be sub-divided. The room offers a great view of the airfield and is equipped with infrastructure to accommodate most audio visual feeds and has 2 video screens, LCD projectors and built-in sound system. The Dennis R. McGee Room is reserved and catered by Java Moon, the Airport's restaurant. For more information or reservations, please call Dawn Romero (516) 840-8458 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Airport staff is available to assist passengers with disabilities. Simply request assistance at your ticket counter or the information desk.
There are two (TTY) phones located in the main terminal in the Lower Lobby, east of the Escalators, in the alcove.(between bag claim and the escalators).
Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) are available in the main terminal on the first level and near Gate 4 on the concourse, second level.
Need to slip something into the mail? There is a United States Postal Service mailbox outside the terminal building, near the taxi stand at the east end of the building.
When Daytona Beach International Airport security check-point screeners request passengers surrender items that cannot be taken onboard the aircraft, passengers are given the option of placing the prohibited object in an envelope, addressing it, and dropping it in a collection box. DAB pays the postage and returns the envelopes through the mail to the specified addresses at no cost to travelers. DAB is happy to return these items back to their rightful owners!