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Ormond Beach Municipal Airport (KOMN)

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Ormond Beach Municipal Airport (KOMN) is is owned and operated by the City of Ormond Beach and is located on 1,128 acres of land just east of Interstate 95, north of the Tomoka River, and west of U.S. Highway 1.

Ormond Beach Municipal Airport was established in 1943 as "Outlying Field Ormond Beach" and was originally a Naval aviation training field supporting operations at Naval Air Station DeLand and Naval Air Station Daytona Beach. Military operations were discontinued at the end of World War II and after a period of inactivity, the airport was deeded to the city by the U.S. Government in 1959 for use as a civilian airport.

Ormond Beach Municipal is designated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as a publicly owned, public-use general aviation (GA) facility. KOMN has an operational FAA Level 1 Air Traffic Control Tower and is available to all suitable aircraft 24 hours a day.

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