Flights from New York (NYC) to Northwest Florida Beaches International (ECP)

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      Travel information for New York to Northwest Florida Beaches International

      Panama City   Panama City
      Distance from New York to Northwest Florida Beaches International975 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for New York
      • Distance between New York and White Plains (HPN): 28.8 miles
      • Distance between New York and Islip (ISP): 47.5 miles
      • Distance between New York and Trenton (TTN): 51.9 miles

        Facts and figures about flying from New York to Northwest Florida Beaches International

      • The most popular aircraft flying between New York and Northwest Florida Beaches International is a Boeing 737-700
      • New York to Northwest Florida Beaches International flights have a very slim chance of being delayed
      • United Air Lines Inc. operates 288 flights a week from New York to Northwest Florida Beaches International
      • The largest aircraft operating flights from New York to Northwest Florida Beaches International is the Boeing 737-300 Freighter
      • The Airbus A319 is the smallest airplane available for flights between New York and Northwest Florida Beaches International
      • There’s not much chance of diversions on flights between New York and Northwest Florida Beaches International
      • Atlanta International is the most commonly used connection for flights between New York and Northwest Florida Beaches International
      • Flights from New York to Northwest Florida Beaches International are cancelled 2.3 percent of the time