What to Expect at Pensacola International Airport

what can you expect?

Florida has been and continues to be a hotspot for travel and vacation. The airport, airlines, and our partners have taken this very seriously and are making sure we provide a safe, healthy, and easy flying experience. Here are some things you can expect when you travel this spring & summer:


Masks are still required to be worn while at the airport and during your flight. Based on the CDC’s recommendation, the TSA has extended its directive to require masks in all transportation hubs until April 18, 2022. 

cleaning & sanitizing

We continue to have increased cleaning and sanitization of high touch areas, restrooms, etc. Additionally, we have hand sanitizer stations throughout the terminal and concourse for your use. The product we use is an 8-hour product and is not alcohol based. Our intent is to help protect you throughout your entire flight journey, not just while you’re at PNS. 

we need your help, too

The airport and our partners continue to strive to ensure a clean, safe, and healthy environment for all who travel through PNS. Passengers and guests are also asked to do their part in protecting themselves and others:


We know it has been a while for many and that comfort levels are different for everyone. We get it. Whatever your comfort level – rest assured that we are clean, safe, and ready for you. Find what you’ve been missing. Find your happy place. Fly at ease! Book a flight today to one of our great destinations. Or if you are from out of the Pensacola area, come see what makes Pensacola one of the best places to visit, live and do business! We guarantee you won’t be sorry you came.

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