Pensacola Regional Airport (PNS) currently is functioned by six airlines including direct service to Houston, Atlanta, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Chicago O'Hare, Memphis, Charlotte, Tampa and other cities within Florida.
Interstate 10 from New Orleans to Jacksonville, the finger extension of Interstate 10 operates to downtown Pensacola and is known as I-110.
Highway 90 operates east-west from Mobile to Milton and Crestview along the similar path as Interstate 10.
Highway 98 also operates east-west but on a more southerly route during neighbouring Gulf Breeze east to Fort Walton Beach and west to Fairhope, AL and Mobile.
Highway 29 operates south from the Alabama line and is a best connector for cutting over from Interstate 65 that operates north-south during Alabama.
Driving is by far the best option to get around the Pensacola city. With the exclusion of downtown or a few historic areas of interest, parking is abundant and inexpensive. Downtown possess street parking and a few parking garages. Most streets operate north-south/east-west. A few of the principal streets change names as they operate through the city, one of the most notable ones being (from east to west) Bayou Blvd, Brent Lane, Beverly Pkwy, Michigan Ave, and Saufley Field Road. A map might come in handy in some of the areas near the Navy Base. A good rule of thumb is that you will eventually run into some sort of water whether you go east, south or west in town.