The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) continues to expand its services making it easier and more convenient to visit Panama City Beach and surrounding areas. New flight offerings will begin in March, just in time for the busy spring break season.
“We are excited about for United Airlines to add more nonstop service for our passengers this spring,” ECP Executive Director Parker McClellan told the News Herald. “This new service allows us to welcome our friends from across the nation and likewise, we expect these routes to be popular among our local residents.”
United Airlines as announced they will add non-stop service between ECP and Austin, Chicago, Columbus, Denver and St. Louis.
Also announced this year were nonstop flights from Kansas City on Southwest Airlines along three other nonstop flights between ECP and Chicago. They include nonstop service by United Airlines on Saturdays and Sundays, and Saturday service by American Airlines. Southwest will also be adding a daily flight to Atlanta beginning in early June of 2020 (More Info).
In addition, ECP has added two terminals and two ramp loading gates to help with the increase of passengers. According to reports, ECP is expecting to top 1.2 million passengers in 2020. The airport had its busiest year in 2018 and so far, 2019 is shaping up to be another record-breaking year, officials said.
The addition of both new flights and infrastructure at the airport will help make travel to Northwest Florida a better and easier experience for all.
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