Re: DTT airport

09/21/2015, 2:31 PM

You may want to check the exact airport codes. DTT is a general code used by airlines to represent the Detroit metropolitan area, meaning the whole city not a specific airport.

Locally, people in Detroit might be referring to DTT as Detroit City Airport, which is now called Coleman A. Young International Airport and has an official IATA code of DET:

The big airport you might be thinking of is DTW, or Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, which is outside Detroit but has a lot flights:

If you're looking at distances to Lake Orion, DTW is about 56 miles to drive, while DET is only 36 miles:,+MI

However, since DET is a smaller airport it may not have a direct flight from where you are coming from. You can search for nonstop flights here:

Enter your home airport and the destination to check which airlines might have the best options. Good luck with your trip planning!


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