Holiday travel at Dayton International Airport shining light on airport’s pandemic rebound
DAYTON — One of the busiest travel days of the year is putting a spotlight on air travel and its impact on the economy.
While the Dayton International Airport is seeing an uptick in travel the day before Thanksgiving, city leaders said the airport has been seeing a nice recovery from the worst part of the pandemic.
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News Center 7′s Mike Campbell was at Dayton International Airport on Wednesday when plenty of people were prepared to travel to catch up with loved ones. Darryl Monfels, of Dayton, did fly a little during the COVID-19 pandemic, but feels safer to do so now.
“Each time we feel like the restrictions and requirements, and attention to detail, has gotten much better, …
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