HURRICANE SALLY TO IMPACT FLIGHT SCHEDULES AT NORTHWEST FLORIDA BEACHES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
PASSENGERS ENCOURAGED TO CHECK WITH AIRLINE FOR STATUS UPDATES
PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (September 15, 2020) – Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) remains open but some airlines are experiencing flight cancellations due to Hurricane Sally’s impact to the Region. ECP encourages all passengers to check with their airline for the most recent flight status information before coming to the airport through Wednesday, September 16.
“We are working closely with our team and airline partners to monitor the storm system and ensure the safety and security of our passengers and staff,” said Parker W. McClellan, Jr., A.A.E., Executive Director at ECP.
For more updates, visit our ECP Flight Tracker and follow ECP on social media @iflybeaches, @flybeaches and https://www.facebook.com/iflybeaches/.
About Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport
Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) is located less than 30 minutes from Panama City Beach, Panama City and the beaches of South Walton. Today, with service from American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, and United Airlines, ECP provides flights to worldwide destinations, including nonstop flights between ECP and Atlanta (ATL), Austin (AUS), Baltimore (BWI), Charlotte (CLT), Chicago (MDW/ORD), Columbus (CMH), Dallas (DAL/DFW), Denver (DEN), Houston (HOU/IAH), Kansas City (MCI), Nashville (BNA), St. Louis (STL) and Washington DC (DCA). The first international airport to be built in more than a decade, ECP provides Northwest Florida communities with first-class facilities and was strategically developed for major economic development opportunities. ECP is the gateway to visitors seeking Northwest Florida’s famous beaches.