New Smyrna Beach

Just an hour’s drive from Orlando, New Smyrna Beach offers a lovely drive-on Atlantic coast beach like that of Daytona, but quieter and with the feeling of an historic hometown. New Smyrna Beach has many small shops and cafes, a thriving arts community, and its beaches are wide and flat with golden-hued sands. Its Apollo Beach is part of the extensive Canaveral National Seashore that continues to the south; all natural and minimally developed.  The areas that surround New Smyrna create perfect opportunities for outdoor recreational activities. These include: fishing; sailing; motor boating; golfing; and hiking. Visitors also have the opportunity to take part in water sports as well, such as swimming, scuba diving, kite surfing and surfing. Along with being voted number 9 for best surf towns by Surfer Magazine, the beach has also been named to National Geographic’s list of the World’s Top 20 Best Surf Towns.

Airports serving this area:

New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport: (EVB)

New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport, also known as Jack Bolt Field, is a public airport located three miles northwest of the central business district of New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County, Florida.  Just fourteen miles south of Daytona Beach, this airport serves as a great getaway for business and pleasure travelers alike, with no busy traffic or other hassles associated with larger airports.This airport features three runways with the longest being five thousand feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Airgate Aviation
  • New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport
  • Epic Aviation

Aircraft Fleet Available:

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