South Walton’s visitation numbers keep rising
The campaign aims to engage the community in capital city tourism
The organization is looking to transcend the traditional
With glistening springs and fish aplenty.
Recently awarded Best Flight School in the Southeast, they're on their way up.
A mellow getaway for those looking for nature's beauty.
Fully 10 percent of visitors to South Walton County are from the Atlanta market.
While women have made great strides in a variety of careers and industries, there is still a gender gap when it comes to female aviators. Tallahassee business partners Lacey Smith and Faith Drewry — cofounders of FL Aviation Center — think today’s women need to see more of their contemporaries making a real, viable, everyday career in aviation.
Adjacent to Northwest Florida’s major airports and tucked in smaller, out-of-the way airfields, fixed base operators are a boost to the region’s economy by helping to keep private planes flying — including those owned by visitors who might be taking a jaunt to the coast for lunch or dinner or to Tallahassee for a legislative hearing. But their major product isn’t necessarily fuel. It’s more to do with customer service — and rolling out the red carpet for visitors who could bring future business to the area.
Leon County sees more than 2.35 million visitors in 2015, breaking records.