As of 2015, the airlines that fly to Pensacola International Airport from the most destinations are Southwest and American Airlines. Other airlines that fly to Pensacola, Florida, include Delta, United and Silver Airways.Continue Reading
Southwest flies to Pensacola from Midway Airport in Chicago, Illinois, and Hobby Airport in Houston, Texas. Southwest also flies to Pensacola from Nashville, Tennessee. American Airlines flies to Pensacola from Dallas, Texas; Miami, Florida; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Washington, D.C.
Delta flies to Pensacola from Atlanta, Georgia. United flies to Pensacola from O'Hare Airport in Chicago and Intercontinental Airport in Houston. Silver Airways flies to Pensacola from the Florida cities of Orlando and Tampa.
Delta previously flew to Pensacola from other cities, such as Cincinnati, Ohio; Jacksonville, Florida; and Memphis, Tennessee. Song, an airline partnered with Delta, flew to Pensacola from Orlando. Other airlines that have previously flown to Pensacola include Northwest, National Airlines, Eastern Air Lines, U.S. Airways and AirTran. Northwest flew to Pensacola from Memphis and Minneapolis, Minnesota, prior to merging with Delta. AirTran flew to Pensacola from Atlanta prior to merging with Southwest. National Airlines flew to Pensacola from several cities, including Miami, Florida.
Despite the airport's name, Pensacola International Airport only receives domestic flights. Pensacola also hosts UPS, a cargo airline. UPS Airlines flies to Pensacola from Albany, Georgia, and Louisville, Kentucky.Learn more about Geography