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Dayton was named the Gem City by its early residents, because of its enviable placement in the beautiful Miami River Valley and its cultural sophistication relative to other Ohio communities. Dayton also became known as the Birthplace of Aviation when Wilbur and Orville Wright founded their aviation school at Huffman Prairie Flying Field, now a corner of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, and enhanced the experimental machine that flew initially at Kitty Hawk and gave North Carolina its nickname “First in Flight,” into the viable transport vehicle that launched a new age and gave Ohio its nickname “First in Aviation.”

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· Greater Dayton · Dayton Airport
Lodging located in the greater Dayton area including Riverside, Beavercreek and Alpha. Lodging options located near James M. Cox Dayton International Airport (DAY) including the towns of Engelwood and Vandelia. The airport is located 7 miles north of the city.
· Springfield · Fairborn
Lodging located approximately 25 miles northeast of Dayton in the area of Springfield. Lodging options located about 10 miles north of Dayton in the cities of Fairborn and Huber Heights.
· Lima · Miamisburg
Lodging in Lima, 65 miles north of Dayton. This area also includes hotels located in Celina, St. Marys and Wapakoneta. Lodging options in Miamisburg, located 11 miles south of Dayton. This area also includes hotels located in the city of Franklin, just 16 miles south of Dayton.
· Troy · Surrounding Communities
Lodging located in an area between Dayton and Lima. This area includes the cities of Troy, Piqua, Bellefontaine, Sidney, Greenville and Urbana. Lodging options located in other surrounding cities of Dayton including Xenia, Brookville, New Paris, Oxford, Springboro and Richmond, Indiana.

Area Facts: The electric Frigidaire, which universally replaced the ice box across the United States, was developed by one of the many research arms of General Motors based in Dayton. The area code for Dayton is 937.

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