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Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport Flight Facts

In the last 7 days, the most popular airlines
Gulfstream International Airlines
United Airlines
Delta Air Lines

In the last 12 months:
  • 55% of travelers
    were aged 35+.
  • 3% of travelers spent
    < 3 days in PFN.
  • March
    highest booking month
  • September
    lowest booking month
  • 67% of travelers booked
    2 weeks in advance
  • 5-6AM First planes departed to Destinations
  • Busiest Hours
    Were between 3-4 PM
  • 1 nonstop flights
    departed each week
  • 2 flights departed
    each week
  • 2 flights arrived
    each week

Book Flights to Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport

The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport is a public airport 18 miles northwest of Panama City. It is owned by the Panama City-Bay County Airport and Industrial District. It replaced Panama City-Bay County International Airport, which was located in the Panama City. The airport is served by Delta and Southwest Airlines, and provides flights to key U.S. destinations, including Atlanta, Baltimore, and Dallas etc.

Book flights to Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) with CheapOair! In addition to offering competitive airfares to locations most convenient for you, we provide useful information to inform your travel to ECP. Read below to learn more about ECP flights, and count on CheapOair for the best deals on all of your travel booking needs.

Ground Transportation

Passengers have all kinds of ground transportation available at the airport including car rentals, taxis, shuttles, and limos. Rates from the airport are defined by destination, and shared ride is also available.

Terminal Features

The airport terminal is well-equipped with all kinds of amenities including free WiFi service, ATM, gift shops on Level 1 and Level 2, dine in restaurant, Surf’s Up Bar and Grill and more. There’s Military Welcome Center for active duty, retired military personnel and Department of Defense employees to relax while waiting for a flight or a ride back home. The centre provides snacks, drinks, television, internet access, Wi-Fi and a children’s play area.

Airport Parking

The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport offers long term and short term parking facilities. And the parking facility is patrolled 24-hours by the Airport Police Department. First ten minutes for parking are free after which parking rates are charged. Passengers have an option of making payment through cash, check, visa, and master-card. Curbside parking at the terminal is limited to loading and unloading only.


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