The infrastructure in Santa Rosa County enables goods to reach much of the United States and parts of Canada within a single day. Florida's largest east-west connector, Interstate 10, runs right through the region. I-10 joins various east-west and north-south highways, connecting Northwest Florida to neighboring states.
Companies also benefit from the proximity of a commercial airport (Pensacola International Airport), rail service, and three deep-water ports, two of which have foreign trade zone designations.
The Port of Pensacola
Average Annual Daily Traffic– Major Roadways
Source: Florida Dept of Transportation, West Florida Regional Planning Council, Metropolitan Planning Council and Santa Rosa County.
Wide range of trucking available
Pensacola International Airport (20 miles) (www.flypensacola.com) served by American, Delta, Silver Airways, United, and Southwest with a total of 66 flights per day.
Peter Prince Field is adjacent to Santa Rosa County Industrial Park. Peter Prince has a lighted 3700' hard surface runway and a GPS instrument approach. A GCO communications unit to facilitate instrument departures and arrivals, and a SuperUnicom automatically transmitting safety information (including visibility for instrument approaches) are now fully operational. 24 hour Self -Service fueling is available.