Airport Transportation Frequently Asked Questions

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Departure (flying out of Dayton Airport) - 5 a.m., 7 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m.

Arrival (flying into Dayton Airport) - 12 p.m. (noon), 3 p.m., 6 p.m., 9 p.m., 12 a.m. (midnight)

Students who are members of the Student Center Activity Board (SCAB) operate the service (schedule the shuttles and drivers, manage the online registration system and answer all airport transportation questions).

The reason this service cost $20 each way is to cover the actual cost of the service (vehicle rental of $.60 per mile and labor cost for the shuttle drivers at $8 per hour).

The Airport shuttle leaves from the Information Desk of the Stevens Student Center (SSC). We ask that you arrive at least ten minutes before your scheduled departure.

All shuttles must leave no later than fifteen minutes after the scheduled time. If you are running late please call the cell phone number given to you by your driver or call the Information Center (937-766-2211).

The Airport shuttle will pick you up outside of the baggage claim area at the Dayton International Airport. Please look for a Cedarville University vehicle.

If you are running late or do not see the shuttle, please call the cell phone number given to you by your driver or call the Information Center (937-766-2211).

Please call the Information Center (937-766-2211) to inform us of the change. We will do our best to answer your questions and provide alternative solutions.

The deadline for the Airport Transportation Service is one week prior to each of the major university breaks. If you are in need of transportation from the Dayton International Airport after a major University break, you must have registered for the service one week before the break started. The reason for this is so we have adequate time to reserve the necessary vehicles and schedule drivers. We do offer late registration, but there is no guarantee a seat will be available.

Dayton International Airport is only 33 miles from campus while the Columbus and Cincinnati airports are over 60 miles from campus. The main reason why Dayton is our airport of choice is costs.