Access

FLAGLER COUNTY HIGHWAYS GRAPHIC__1507809426_47.197.243.132

Companies operate efficiently and effectively via the County’s multi-modal transportation network—rail, highway, air, and sea. Our newly renovated Executive Airport provides one 5,500-foot runway, one 5,000-ft runway, and a 3,000-ft water runway.

Airport Access

Flagler County is home to a private aircraft and corporate jet facility.  Additionally, there are four major airports that serve the area with minimal traffic and easy access, Orlando International Airport, Jacksonville International Airport, Sanford Orlando International Airport, and Daytona Beach International Airport. Combined, these airports have non-stop service to 85 U.S. destinations and 28 countries. Only Las Vegas has non-stop service to more major U.S. markets than Orlando International Airport.

Highway Network

Highway accessibility in Flagler County is easy and quick.  Within minutes, you can access Interstate 95 and Interstate 4 corridors, Routes 1 and 100, or rail that traverses through the County.

MAP OF FLORIDA HIGHWAY SYSTEM AND FLAGLER COUNTY LOCATION__1507807435_47.197.243.132

Rail

florida_east_coast_map

Florida East Coast Railway traverses Flagler County north to south, parallel to U.S. Highway 1.

Easy Port Accessibility

Flagler County is located at the midpoint between JAXPort and Port Canaveral.

JAXPORT is a full-service, international trade seaport that handles containerized cargo, automobiles, boats, construction equipment, dry and liquid bulks and over-sized cargoes.

Port Canaveral is a cruise, cargo and naval port within 70 minutes of Flagler County. The port transships items for land, sea, air and space.

Both Ports are Foreign Trade Zones (FTZs).  Port Canaveral is among the largest general purpose FTZs in the nation – over 5 square miles.

Port accessibility graphic