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Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP)

Located eighteen miles northwest of Panama City in Bay County, Florida, Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport is, unlike most in the country, a relatively new airport. First opened on May 23rd, 2010, the airport was the first American international airport constructed after 9/11. Though it's designated as an international airport, its one terminal, seven gates, and one runway only serve flights to destinations in the United States, most of which are located in the southwestern US. Plans for a second runway have been in place since 2010, but no progress has been made to that end. Before the pandemic, the airport had seen significant growth in passenger numbers, with a peak of 1.2 million annual passengers in 2019.

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Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Panama City. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. The best time to visit Panama City, Florida is during the late spring, summer, and early autumn (May through October). During this time, you'll find yourself basked in the warm weather of the Floridian Sun. Early spring brings a wave of college students, and the autumn/winter, though offering the lowest fares of the year, brings on monsoon season and chilly winds.

Panama City Travel Guide

Panama City (and its sister city Panama City Beach) is a must-visit for beach lovers. With sands as white as quartz and waters as blue as lapis, it is no wonder that this location has become a haven for spring breakers. Along the 20-mile stretch of beach, you'll find yourself relaxing, playing in the water, or snorkeling with aquatic animals. But it's not all beaches. The city itself has many hidden gems to find. Explore the city on the Bay Town Trolley, then stroll through St. Andrews or Camp Helen state parks. Pier Park offers nearly a hundred stores and over 25 restaurants, while Harrison Avenue is replete with galleries and shops.

Located eighteen miles northwest of Panama City in Bay County, Florida, Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport is, unlike most in the country, a relatively new airport. First opened on May 23rd, 2010, the airport was the first American international airport constructed after 9/11. Though it's designated as an international airport, its one terminal, seven gates, and one runway only serve flights to destinations in the United States, most of which are located in the southwestern US. Plans for a second runway have been in place since 2010, but no progress has been made to that end. Before the pandemic, the airport had seen significant growth in passenger numbers, with a peak of 1.2 million annual passengers in 2019.

Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Panama City. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. The best time to visit Panama City, Florida is during the late spring, summer, and early autumn (May through October). During this time, you'll find yourself basked in the warm weather of the Floridian Sun. Early spring brings a wave of college students, and the autumn/winter, though offering the lowest fares of the year, brings on monsoon season and chilly winds.

Panama City (and its sister city Panama City Beach) is a must-visit for beach lovers. With sands as white as quartz and waters as blue as lapis, it is no wonder that this location has become a haven for spring breakers. Along the 20-mile stretch of beach, you'll find yourself relaxing, playing in the water, or snorkeling with aquatic animals. But it's not all beaches. The city itself has many hidden gems to find. Explore the city on the Bay Town Trolley, then stroll through St. Andrews or Camp Helen state parks. Pier Park offers nearly a hundred stores and over 25 restaurants, while Harrison Avenue is replete with galleries and shops.

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