The Panama City-Bay County International Airport is only 17 miles northeast of Carillon Beach. The airport designation is ECP.
This is the first international airport built in the U.S.A. in over a decade – convenient to both Panama City, Panama City Beach, and the Beaches of South Walton.
The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) is a state of the art facility with lots of green eco-friendly features and flyer-friendly amenities. Prices for initial flights out of the new facility have been much lower than from the old Panama City-Bay County International Airport (PFN) which will now be closed. Sheltair is a fixed base operation (FBO) at the new airport if you fly a private plane.
Okaloosa Air Terminal
Located approximately 45 miles from Carillon Beach, the Okaloosa Air Terminal in Fort Walton Beach (Valpariso) offers daily service by Delta (Atlantic Southeast Airlines), Continental,Northwest and American Airlines. Their airport designation code is VPS.
45 minutes away from Carillon Beach.
The DeFuniak Springs Airport is owned and operated by the City of DeFuniak Springs. The airport serves the general aviation transportation needs of the City and Walton County. In addition to private and recreational flying, the airport also supports business and corporate aviation. The airport is situated on 343 acres of land located approximately 2.5 miles west of the City’s Central Business District.
( Montgomery, Birmingham, Nashville, etc. )
You will first need to head to Montgomery, Alabama. Upon arriving in Montgomery, proceed to 331 South and follow it to Florida until it dead ends into US Highway 98. Turn left ( East ) on US Highway 98 and follow it for 13 miles. After you cross a mid-length bridge spanning Lake Powell, the entrance to Carillon Beach will be 1/4 mile on your right.
( Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Orlando, etc. )
Coming from the East, you will be arriving via Interstate 10. From your house, find a suitable path to Interstate 10. This will most likely involve heading to Tallahassee, Florida. From Tallahassee, follow Interstate 10 West to Florida State Highway 79. Exit and proceed South on Highway 79 until you arrive at a stop light in Panama City Beach. This will be approximately 45 miles. Turn right (West ) on US Highway 98 and follow it for 5 miles. You will pass a Winn Dixie shopping center and proceed through a stop-light. From the light, Carillon Beach is 1/4 mile on your left.
( Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Houston, etc. )
Coming from the West, you will be arriving via Interstate 10. From your house, find a suitable path to Interstate 10. This will most likely involve heading to Mobile, Alabama. From Mobile, follow Interstate 10 East to Florida State Highway 331. Exit and proceed South on Highway 331 until you arrive at a stop light at US Highway 98. This will be approximately 45 miles. Turn left ( East ) on US Highway 98 and follow it for 13 miles. After you cross a mid-length bridge spanning Lake Powell, the entrance to Carillon Beach will be 1/4 mile on your right.