Being the busiest airport in the state of South Carolina, Charleston International Airport is exclusively served by airline companies based in the United States. All of the airlines have ticket counters in the east side of the main terminal building. The ticket area is accessible from the main atrium area in the terminal.
American Eagle Airlines connects South Carolina’s busiest airport with the busiest airport in Texas, Dallas/Fort Worth-International Airport. Miami International Airport is the other direct flight option offered by this U.S. carrier. Having a fleet of more than 250 jets, the Dallas based American Eagle Airlines is considered one of the largest regional airline companies in the United States and the world. American Eagle Airlines flights depart from Concourse B at Charleston International Airport.
Offering trips between Charleston International Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Delta Air Lines operates the busiest route from South Carolina’s largest airport. It’s estimated that Delta Air Lines takes over 350,000 passengers each year to Georgia’s capital city. The Delta Connection service takes passengers to two of New York City’s major airports, La Guardia and JFK. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is the other direct destination on the list of the Delta Connection schedule. All Delta Air Lines planes pick up passengers from Concourse A.
The Southwest Airlines schedule at Charleston International Airport includes flights to Baltimore/Washington International Airport, Chicago Midway International Airport, Houston Hobby Airport, and Nashville International Airport. Southwest Airlines has the title of the largest low cost carrier in North America. That is why Southwest Airlines does not offer trips to the busiest airports in Chicago and Houston. You can get on this busy low cost carrier from Concourse B at Charleston International Airport.
United Airlines links South Carolina’s busiest airport with major airports such as Chicago O’Hare, Houston Intercontinental, Newark Liberty, and Washington Dulles. Being one of the world’s largest airlines, United Airlines operates in both concourses at Charleston International Airport. All of the United Airlines flights are provided under the United Express name at this airport.
Operating at Concourse B at Charleston International Airport, US Airways connects South Carolina’s Charleston area with the Charlotte region in North Carolina. In fact, the trip to Charlotte/Douglas International Airport is the second busiest route at Charleston International Airport. Philadelphia International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington International Airport in the nation’s capital district can be reached via US Airways.