The Greenville/Spartanburg, S.C. International Airport (GSP) provides airline services from Allegiant Airlines, Delta Airlines, American Eagle Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways Airlines, and Southwest Airlines. GSP averages 94 departing flights during the week. There are 97 arrival flights per week. GSP is not an airline hub. The most active first class flight destination is San Francisco, and Delta Airlines is the largest service provider at GSP.
Allegiant Airlines has five direct flight destinations from GSP that include Daytona/Sanford, Sanford/Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Fort Myers, FL, and Tampa/ St. Petersburg, FL. Flights depart from Concourse A. The airline has hubs in Las Vegas, Phoenix, LA, and several Florida airports. It began operations in 1998. Its focus destination cities in the USA are Punta Gorda, FL; Honolulu, HI; Los Angeles International Airport, CA; McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas, NV; and Myrtle Beach, SC.
Delta Airlines offers from 10 to 27 daily departure options, but all of their flights have stopovers in Atlanta. Delta is the predominant airline at GSP, and the sixth oldest airline still in existence. It began in 1929 in Macon, GA. From GSP, Delta flies direct to Cleveland, OH; Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; Chicago, IL; Detroit, MI; Atlanta, GA; Houston, TX; Kansas City, KS; Charlotte, NC; New York City, NY; Orlando, FL; Philadelphia, PA; Cincinnati, OH; and Washington, DC.
American Eagle Airlines offers 2 to 5 departures per day. You depart from the Main Concourse. American Eagle Airlines is an affiliate of American Airlines and is headquartered in Fort Worth, TX. The airline has hubs in Los Angeles, CA; Chicago, IL; Miami, FL; New York City, NY. American Eagle Airlines has direct flights to Washington, DC; Cleveland, OH; Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; New York City, NY; and Philadelphia, PA.
United Airlines offers flights to most destinations in addition to having approximately 5 to 10 departure times in one given day. You depart from Concourse A. At GSP, United Airlines has direct flights to Cleveland, OH; Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; Houston, TX; Kansas City, KS; Cincinnati, OH; Detroit, MI; New York City, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Atlanta, GA; Orlando, FL; and Washington, DC.
US Airways features 6 to 11 flight options on any given day; however, quite a few of their flights have stopovers in Charlotte, NC, mainly due to the fact that it is one of their hubs. At GSP, you will depart from Concourse A. US Airways claims Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in Arizona is its main hub for the USA. US Airways’ direct flights from GSP include Cleveland, OH; Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; Detroit, MI; Houston, TX; Atlanta, GA; Cincinnati, OH; Kansas City, KS; Charlotte, NC; Orlando, FL; Washington, DC; and Philadelphia, PA.
Southwest Airlines offers 6 to 12 departure times on any given day. Departures are at the Main Concourse. Southwest Airlines was founded in 1966 and is considered to be a traveler’s bargain. Southwest Airlines has direct flights to Orlando, FL; Houston, TX; Philadelphia, PA; Washington, DC; and Kansas City, KS.